Campus & Community
Gingerbread houses teach civil engineering lesson while providing holiday spirit (and snacks!).
For Imagination Quest 2016, Villanova engineers and business students formed teams with representatives from the University of New Haven, Drexel University and Philadelphia University to design a winning product or service.
The event was designed to inspire engineering students to pursue careers in this thriving industry.
Four industry professionals delivered presentations on the Internet of Things as part of the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department’s 30th annual ECE Day.
The Delaware Valley chapter of the Cloud Security Alliance teamed up with Villanova Engineering to discuss the increasingly critical topic of cloud security.
The Villanova Center for the Advancement of Sustainability in Engineering (VCASE) hosted its second annual research symposium.
Thirty ethnically diverse high school students came to campus for a hands-on introduction to a variety of engineering disciplines.
New offering builds on the successful undergraduate engineering entrepreneurship minor.
The Center for Advanced Communications hosted a symposium to honor Dr. Solomon Golomb, recipient of the 2016 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Electrical Engineering.
Pitch Day provides Villanova students the opportunity to showcase their creativity and entrepreneurial spirit, while getting real-world experience in building an idea from the ground up.
The Center for Advanced Communications (CAC) and Villanova University will host the “Workshop on Shift Register Sequences” to honor Dr. Solomon Golomb, recipient of the 2016 Benjamin Franklin Medal in Electrical Engineering.
Alumna Anne Welsh McNulty ’75 Invests $5 Million to Establish New Institute for Women’s Leadership at Villanova University
“The McNulty Institute will take a holistic approach to fostering the success and leadership of women,” says Amy Fleischer, PhD, Professor and Chair, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Chair of the McNulty Institute Steering Committee.
The Patrick J. Cunningham Jr. and Susan Ward ’80 Endowed Lecture Series provides Villanova students with exposure to the nation’s leading technical experts from various engineering disciplines.