Students & Alumni
'Inspiring': Why these Camden youths trained for the Philly Half Marathon │Philadelphia Inquirer, Nov. 20, 2017
Civil Engineering alumnus Luis Gaitan ’10 is changing lives as a mentor and running coach in Camden.
Nearly 200 guests attended the Villanova Society of Women Engineers’ event, for which alumna Anne Roby ’86 ChE presented the keynote address.
The 41st annual Engineering Alumni Awards reception recognized the achievements of 13 outstanding engineering alumni.
Dr. Joseph Krackeler ’59 ChE was to receive an Engineering Alumni Professional Achievement Award, but he was unable to attend the reception because he was playing ice hockey in Canada!
Karl Fetzer’s paper, “Backstepping Control of Underactuated Planar Vehicles with Nonholonomic Constraints,” won for Best Robotics paper at the 2017 ASME Dynamic Systems and Control Conference.
Sustainable Engineering graduate student Andrew Meluch ’17 ME was among 27 Villanovans, including six College of Engineering students, selected to attend the Forbes Under 30 Summit.
Ashley Meier ’19 EE spent the spring semester studying abroad at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. Fellow engineering major Daniel Fetsko ’19 CE interviewed her about the experience.
Mamaroneck Review, Aug. 28, 2017 | Villanova Engineering students like Rolf Locher ’20 CpE are committed to STEM outreach.
Andrew Lee '19 ME spent his summer in Grenoble, France, at the Grenoble Innovation for Advanced New Technologies campus where he worked on nanomaterial research.
Crain’s Chicago Business featured an article about David Nolan ’81 ME who’s making a name for himself with software that companies use to plan for and deal with disasters.
Villanova Civil Engineering graduate student Timothy Abel, a highway engineer with Pennoni in Philadelphia, has received a Certificate of Commendation for the 2017 Daniel W. Mead Prize, which recognizes papers on professional ethics.
At the Delaware Valley Association of Structural Engineers’ 2017 Dinner & Awards event, Andrew Blasetti ’04, ’06 MSCE served as keynote speaker and Jason Reither ’04, ’05 MSCE received one of the evening’s top awards.
Four junior Civil Engineering majors took part in the annual Jeopardy-style tournament.
Four Civil Engineering students presented their work at the annual TransAction conference.
The day included senior capstone design project presentations, recognition of three award-winning students, and an undergraduate research poster session.
Twenty-eight undergraduates and graduate students took part in the annual event which recognizes and celebrates the next generation of researchers in science and engineering.
Seventeen Villanova Engineering students were recognized at the University’s NROTC Spring Pass-In-Review, which honors the midshipmen’s hard work and dedication to a new way of life and their achievements over the past semester.
The 42nd annual event recognized the academic achievements and meritorious service of 37 graduating engineers.
Teams worked on a variety of projects ranging from motorcycle modifications and lap time simulators, to unexploded ordnance removal robots and clean water systems for international communities.
The Delaware Valley Section of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers recently recognized outstanding students, faculty and alumni from area universities, including Villanova.
Nha Truong is one of three Villanova Civil Engineering alumni slated to receive 2017 awards from the American Society of Civil Engineers Philadelphia Section.
The Engineering Entrepreneurship program and Lockheed Martin co-sponsored an Arduino training workshop and hackathon competition that teach students how to use this open-source electronics platform.
Stephanie Jones ’18 ECE was recognized at the BEYA STEM conference and was nominated for the New Faces of Engineering College Edition award.
Richard Kenney ’15 ME, ’17 MSME conducted research in the Laboratory for Advanced Thermal and Fluid Systems.
Two Mechanical Engineering sophomores have completed training to join the University Innovation Fellows, a global program that empowers student leaders to increase campus engagement with innovation, entrepreneurship, creativity and design thinking.
WCAU-TV | 02/27/2017 | NBC10 interviewed Villanova engineering students about a potentially life-changing senior design project.
Senior Samantha Schafer reflects on her second engineering service visit to Panama.