Campus & Community
Alumnus Brian T. Smith ’93 EE, a NASA flight director, is the College of Engineering’s 2018 Patrick J. Cunningham, Jr. and Susan Ward '80 Endowed Lecture Series in Engineering speaker. The title of his presentation is “The International Space Station: Engineering the Unknown.” The lecture is Feb. 22.
Villanovans were joined by students from Temple University, Jefferson University and University of New Haven to develop and pitch prize-worthy ideas within a 24-hour competition.
A dozen engineering undergraduates participated in Villanova's annual research symposium.
Villanova Engineering students shared their thoughts on how high school teachers can generate interest in STEM subjects.
Engineering students were represented on winning teams in the Villanova Student Entrepreneurship Competition. They also took home a Creativity Challenge Award and Meyer ICE Award.
Villanova Urban Stormwater Partnership won the “Early Adopter Award.”
Noche de Ciencias (Night of Science) contributed to the organization’s goal of educating and generating interest in STEM careers for Hispanic/Latino youth.
The annual STEM outreach event attracted nearly 100 fourth-eighth grade girls from area schools.
Mott MacDonald President and CEO Nicholas DeNichilo, PE, FASCE, NAC gave Villanova students much to think about during his Ward Lecture presentation on ethics.
“The Common Good, Our Common Home” workshops will explore climate change (Feb.) and water and sanitation (Mar.), and participants will create personal action plans and contribute to a proactive program at the University level.
On February 17, the College of Engineering will welcome Nicholas DeNichilo, PE, FASCE, NAC, president and CEO of global engineering, management and development firm Mott MacDonald.