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Villanova engineers are rigorously educated, socially grounded, conscientious thinkers and doers who are professionally prepared to make meaningful change in the world.
Our collaboratively competitive community of undergraduate through doctoral students benefits from faculty members who are experts in their fields and recognized for excellence in teaching, applied learning techniques and scholarly research. They prepare and educate engineers to be society’s future innovators and technical leaders, and help students develop the broad-based leadership skills they need to grow professionally and collaborate effectively across disciplines.
Built on a foundation of academic excellence, community, ethical leadership and service, Villanova University College of Engineering offers an engineering education that ignites both hearts and minds, creating wisdom to shape the world.
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Villanova University and the College of Engineering recently hosted the triennial Future of Packaging Consortium, which included a student “packathon” that tasked four interdisciplinary teams with developing creative solutions to challenges facing the packaging industry.
In light of the impressive internships held by Villanova Electrical and Computer Engineering students this past summer, Department Chair Dr. Bijan Mobasseri arranged a panel to allow seniors to share their experiences and advice with underclassmen.
A team of engineers led by the College of Engineering’s Dr. Qianhong Wu have constructed a model brain that provides a noninvasive new way to study brain injury. The model—which was informed by real patient data—is laden with pressure sensors that determine the impact of trauma.
More than 300 representatives from academia, industry and public and private sectors attended the Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership’s 11th Pennsylvania Stormwater Management Symposium for which the theme was “Building Resilience into Stormwater."
Dan Spracklin, founder and CEO of SoMax Bioenergy, began working with Villanova University’s Sustainable Engineering program as a member of the RISE Forum. With the help of graduate students and faculty, his company developed an elemental recycling platform to produce hydro-char—clean coal that can be combusted with zero net carbon emissions—as well as nutrient rich liquid fertilizer from manure and other waste materials.