In March 2020—when everything changed—College of Engineering faculty and alumni began sharing their perspectives and their expertise on COVID-19. They have presented computational models in the search for an inhibitor; partnered with Philadelphia area hospitals to develop emergency ventilators; wrote about the potential for blockchain to help medical facilities stem the spread of the disease and shared their expectations for the global economy in light of the crisis.
We are gathering these stories here. In addition, on this alumni relations page, you can read about students, faculty, staff, parents and alumni across the University who are making a positive impact in their community.
If you know of other Villanova Engineers who are contributing to this evolving conversation around the crisis, please contact Director of Communications Kimberly Shimer.