Welcome to Villanova University College of Engineering, ranked #11 in the country by U.S. News & World Report (2015) for engineering schools awarding primarily bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
Since 1905, Villanova’s College of Engineering has educated technically competent, socially responsible, “whole brain” engineers.
Villanova University’s C. Nataraj, PhD, professor of Mechanical Engineering and the Mr. and Mrs. Robert F. Moritz Sr. Endowed Chair in Engineered Systems, has been awarded $625,124 from the Office of Naval Research (ONR) for “Hybrid diagnostic algorithms for higher order nonlinear systems.” read more
Villanova University’s G. F. “Jerry” Jones, PhD, Senior Associate Dean, Graduate Studies and Research, College of Engineering, and Professor of Mechanical Engineering, has been elected to serve as chairman of the Franklin Institute Committee on Science and the Arts. read more
Each year, Villanova University College of Engineering partners with corporations, foundations, government agencies and NGOs to advance the frontiers of engineering education, research and service. In terms of duration, scope and level of engagement, Air Products is the College’s most significant corporate partner. read more
Four Villanova Engineering students recently brought home conference awards for their research posters and presentations. Catherine Barr, a graduate student in the Water Resources and Environmental Engineering program, won the student research poster award at PennTec 2015, while Alexander Poultney ’14 ME, Michael Benson ’15 ME and Electrical Engineering doctoral candidate Mahmoud Kabalan were recognized at the 2015 IEEE International Humanitarian Technology Conference (IHTC). read more
On May 9, faculty and students from Villanova’s Department of Mechanical Engineering hosted 280 students, coaches and mentors for the 2015 Marine Advanced Technology Education (MATE) PA Regional Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) Challenge. read more
Villanova University Professor James Peyton-Jones, PhD, Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has been honored with SAE International’s Lloyd L. Withrow Distinguished Speaker Award. read more