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Team of Mechanical Engineers Turns to Eggs to Model Concussion and to Better Understand Sudden Impact Brain Injuries

Team of Mechanical Engineers Turns to Eggs to Model Concussion and to Better Understand Sudden Impact Brain Injuries

A team of mechanical engineering researchers from Villanova University College of Engineering and Pennsylvania State University have published new research findings that shed light on what specifically happens to the brain of a patient who experiences traumatic brain injury, and provides a new perspective on the response of a membrane-bound soft object to sudden external impacts, helping to better understand flow physics of head injury.

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Villanova Faculty Design Courses to Connect with Students Through Variety of Delivery Methods

Faculty have spent months hard at work, collaborating with partners across campus, to design and adapt courses to engage students through a variety of delivery methods, including in-person, hybrid, and various online formats.  

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  • Villanova Student Lily Bui Adapts Involvement with Back on My Feet to a Pandemic Philadelphia

    Villanova Student Lily Bui Adapts Involvement with Back on My Feet to a Pandemic Philadelphia

    Lily Bui wanted to step outside her comfort zone during her freshman year of college. After bumping into someone waking up in her dorm at 4:30 a.m. to volunteer with Back on My Feet, Lily was hooked. Back on My Feet is an organization that connects volunteers with people experiencing homelessness by literally running alongside them throughout their journey toward independence.

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