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WELCOME DEAN MICHELE MARCOLONGO!

Villanova University welcomes Dr. Michele Marcolongo, the new Drosdick Endowed Dean in the College of Engineering. Dr. Marcolongo’s engineering career spans more than three decades and encompasses roles as an academician, researcher, administrator, inventor and entrepreneur.

She says, “It is a tremendous honor and privilege for me to be named Drosdick Endowed Dean of the College of Engineering. The Villanova College of Engineering is outstanding in its education of world-class engineers who are technically strong and who have a broad liberal arts background to contextualize real-world solutions for the needs of society. This approach, along with the creative research and scholarship, is what drew me to Villanova. I look forward to working with the community to continue to innovate Villanova’s contributions to our world.”

WELCOME DEAN MICHELE MARCOLONGO!

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95.6%

SUCCESSFUL UNDERGRADUATE PLACEMENT RATE

  

92.3%

GRADUATE WITH INTERNSHIP, RESEARCH OR MILITARY EXPERIENCE

  

464

GRADUATE STUDENTS

  

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Villanova Mechanical Engineering Professor to Lead NSF Research on Atypical Femoral Fracture

Dr. Ani Ural, associate professor of Mechanical Engineering and director of the Computational Biomechanics and Solid Mechanics Laboratory, has been awarded a three-year National Science Foundation collaborative research grant to uncover the factors that contribute to atypical femoral fracture, which is a rare side effect of long-term use of some drugs to treat osteoporosis.

AUGUST 3, 2020

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E2SI Wraps Up Successful—Albeit, Virtual—Summer Program

E2SI Wraps Up Successful—Albeit, Virtual—Summer Program

Like every other program scheduled on Villanova’s campus this summer, the Engineering Entrepreneurship Summer Institute was held virtually. The 23 students in the 2020 cohort seamlessly adapted, forming six interdisciplinary teams that developed products and services for young adults, parents with babies and young children, golfers, gamers and television binge watchers. The teams presented their concepts to a Zoom room of entrepreneurs, venture capitalists, and College of Engineering leadership and faculty who found the students’ work impressive.

AUGUST 6, 2020

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Paths to Creating a Sustainable World - New Planet Philadelphia, August 7, 2020

Paths to Creating a Sustainable World - New Planet Philadelphia, August 7, 2020

In this Planet Philadelphia podcast, Karl Schmidt talks about new business approaches to sustainability as seen through RISE Forum projects. RISE, which Schmidt directs, is the only leadership forum dedicated to advancing the field of corporate sustainability through the discipline of engineering.

AUGUST 12, 2020

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With EarthShare Grant, Villanova Engineering to Launch Power Forward STEM Outreach Program

With EarthShare Grant, Villanova Engineering to Launch Power Forward STEM Outreach Program

With a grant from the national nonprofit EarthShare, Villanova University’s College of Engineering is  launching Power Forward, a new STEM outreach program for Philadelphia high school students and other members of the community. Building on the College’s VESTED program and leadership in sustainable engineering education, Power Forward will educate the city’s underserved communities about energy choice, equity and justice.

AUGUST 4, 2020

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