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2021

 

  • College Recognizes Exceptional Seniors at Dean’s Award Event

    College Recognizes Exceptional Seniors at Dean’s Award Event

    The Campus Green was a site for celebration on April 22 when the College of Engineering recognized its Academic Excellence and Meritorious Service awardees. Departments also presented senior medallions and the recipient of the College’s highest honor, the Robert D. Lynch Award, was announced.

  • NSF Grant Supports Chengyu Li’s Research on Flow Across Scales

    NSF Grant Supports Chengyu Li’s Research on Flow Across Scales

    Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Dr. Chengyu Li was awarded nearly $184,000 to study how flexible structures generate flow across the viscous-inertial transition with the goal of developing broadly applicable scaling principles to guide future technology development including bioinspired devices, sensors, and robots.

  • College Graduates Inaugural Class of Grand Challenges Scholars

    College Graduates Inaugural Class of Grand Challenges Scholars

    The National Academy of Engineering Grand Challenges Scholars Program is an engineering education supplement that broadens the reach of undergraduate study. The 2021 class of scholars included Simon Brooks, Bridget LaSala, Siobhan Merrill and Aldo Pierini.

  • Engineers Take Top Awards on Pitch Day 2021

    Engineers Take Top Awards on Pitch Day 2021

    Though this year’s event took place virtually, the results of Pitch Day 2021 did not disappoint Villanova Engineers who took the top Meyer ICE Awards and were represented on winning teams in the Villanova Student Entrepreneurship Competition.

  • Villanova University Launches Sustainable Enterprise Executive Education & Development Program

    Villanova University Launches Sustainable Enterprise Executive Education & Development Program

    Bringing together a commitment to lifelong learning with a passion for sustainability, Villanova University announces the launch of SEED—Sustainable Enterprise Executive Education & Development. Combining the leadership expertise of faculty from the highly ranked Villanova School of Business with the technical knowledge of professors in the College of Engineering’s first-of-its-kind Sustainable Engineering program, SEED is for experienced professionals interested in creating value by designing and incorporating sustainability practices into their business environments.

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