The event acknowledged the generosity of those alumni, parents and friends who have been leaders in providing philanthropic support to the College of Engineering.
Harris Corporation Donates $1.25 Million for Villanova University Engineering Innovation Incubator Program
The donation—with $1 million going towards endowing the program and the other $250,000 towards programmatic support— represents the largest single corporate contribution the College of Engineering has ever received.
A visit to campus by UNI leaders led to discussions on collaborative research, curricula and continuing education opportunities at Villanova for UNI faculty.
Dr. Pritpal Singh served as local chair and coordinator for the conference, which brought together more than 70 international participants to discuss a new generation of user-centered computing environments and systems.
Villanova University’s RISE Forum Director Karl Schmidt shares his thoughts on environmental progress and the benefits of collaborating with academia.
This summer, College of Engineering students and faculty made strides in research, publishing and professional experience. They also made time for fun.
Ed Dougherty, Villanova’s director of Engineering Entrepreneurship, writes that it has become an essential professional skill that should be embedded in engineering.
The Villanova University community mourns the loss of former College of Engineering Dean Robert D. Lynch ’53 CE, PhD, who died on August 2, 2017.
Alumni, faculty and friends share their memories and tributes to the former Villanova College of Engineering dean.
Mechanical Engineering chair Dr. Amy Fleischer praises the Girl Scouts’ new STEM badges in her fourth STEM op-ed in U.S. News & World Report.
Father Kail Ellis preached this homily at the funeral of former College of Engineering Dean Robert D. Lynch on August 11, 2017.
During its convocation ceremony, the College celebrated the accomplishments of 332 new graduates.
RobotX team returns from successful competition in Hawaii.
Students and faculty share their summer stories—from conferences and continuing education, to internships and international travel.
Dr. Amy Fleischer, Mechanical Engineering professor and department chair, shares her passion for Legos and NASA.
The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 17, 2016 | Engineering’s Dr. Randy Weinstein reflects on the importance of introducing students to unsolvable problems.
The competition that took a Villanova team to Singapore in 2014 is now headed to Oahu, HI.
Alfonso Ortega, PhD, the James R. Birle Professor of Energy Technology and director of Villanova University’s Center for Energy-Smart Electronic Systems, will begin his term as dean of Santa Clara University’s School of Engineering on August 1.