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Engineering News


2011 Alumni Award Winners

09.08.2011 | Campus and Community, Service and Giving

Four alumni will be honored for their commitment to community and Marianist ideals. More


One in Ten

08.19.2011 | Students, Campus and Community, International

More than 1,000 international students are expected to join a banner group of more than 2,000 first-year students for the 2011-12 academic year. More


Aerial Farm Aid

08.18.2011 | Engineering, Research, Science

UAVs may be flying over America's heartland soon to help farmers increase production, improve protection and better manage their crops. More


Surviving a Torrential Downpour

08.10.2011 | Engineering, Research

Research Institute gets contract to shoot raindrops at speeds up to Mach 2.5 to test the durability of coatings, sealants and other aerospace materials. More


'Champion of Energy Efficiency'

07.27.2011 | Faculty, Engineering

The American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy named renewable and clean energy chair Kelly Kissock a "champion of energy efficiency." More


'A Valuable University'

07.26.2011 | Engineering, Research, Faculty

An international electronics giant holds the University and School of Engineering in high regard for the professional development of its employees. More


Game Time

07.15.2011 | Engineering, Science, Research, Culture and Society, Faculty

A researcher is using a room full of PlayStation 3s to help his research into whether computers can think like humans. More


International Recognition

06.17.2011 | Energy and Environment, Engineering, Research

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) has honored a researcher with its highest award in gas turbine technology. More


Flying High

06.16.2011 | Engineering, Students

A team of students are flying high without even leaving the ground after winning an international flight simulation contest. More


100 Years of Engineering

06.03.2011 | Campus and Community, Engineering

The School of Engineering will honor one of mankind's most famous carpenters with a statue that also will recognize engineering's Catholic roots. More