Opening in Fall 2024, the 150,000-square-foot expansion of the Center for Engineering Education and Research (CEER) will usher in a new era for the College of Engineering, furthering its commitment to igniting change through interdisciplinary research and innovative teaching and learning.
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Engineering Graduate Jordy Nuñez ’23 CE to Deliver Student Speech at 2023 Commencement
A Civil Engineering major from River Vale, N.J., Nuñez was chosen by Villanova’s deans and other administrators after a series of speech competitions this spring. His 8-minute speech will touch on family and faith.
Five Villanova Engineering Students Receive Fulbright Grants for 2023-24
The grants will allow the students to conduct research, study and teach abroad through the U.S. government’s flagship international educational exchange program. Two other COE students were selected as alternates or semifinalists.
Dr. Rob Traver Receives 2 Awards for Contributions to Water Resources Engineering
The professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering was honored with the 2023 Outstanding Research & Innovation Award from the American Academy of Water Resources Engineers and the 2023 Philadelphia Civil Engineer of the Year Award from the Philadelphia Section of the American Society of Civil Engineers.
Villanova Engineering Celebrates 46th Engineering Alumni Society Awards
The Villanova University College of Engineering honored 11 outstanding alumni Thursday, March 30, at the 46th Engineering Alumni Society Awards Dinner. Held at the Inn at Villanova University, the awards recognized alumni for their professional accomplishments, service to society, and commitment to the College and its mission.
COE Community Remembers Longtime VESL Partner Father Wally Kasuboski
The Capuchin priest devoted his life to improving the living conditions for residents of rural Panama. To honor his legacy, the College of Engineering is holding a memorial service on campus.