Campus & Community
Chemical Engineering junior Timothy Byrne was a member of one of Villanova’s ethics debate teams. He talks about the intersection between engineering and ethics and what he learned from the experience.
In response to the nation’s severe shortage of cyber-professionals, the University has launched a new minor in cybersecurity, jointly offered through the College of Engineering’s Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, and the Department of Computer Science in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Fourteen Chemical Engineering students took part in the university’s annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, with projects ranging from T cell growth and blood substitutes to water treatment and biogas technology.
In what has become a true multidisciplinary effort, English major and Nova Racing team member Carina Silvermoon reflects on the Formula SAE team's performance at the annual competition in May.
Civil Engineering senior Nathaniel Gallishaw won the University’s Falvey Scholars Award for his research on reclaimed asphalt pavement for sustainable infrastructure.
With their concept of improving wait times for elevators, a team of engineering majors took first place in a new Real Estate Technology Competition during the University’s annual Pitch Day.
NASA flight director Brian T. Smith ’93 EE, presented “The International Space Station: Engineering the Unknown.”