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Biomedical Engineering: Fall 2015 Brochure

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Technology Leaders Program Shapes Well-Rounded Engineers

In Greg Lewin’s “Intro to Electromechanical Systems” course at the University of Virginia this spring, second-year engineering students have turned simple miniature greenhouses from IKEA into […]

Sharing the Vision for Engineering at U.Va.

New Dean Craig Benson recently shared the vision for engineering at U.Va. with faculty and staff.

William Wulf is the 2014 recipient of the Karl V. Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award

William Wulf, recipient of the Karl V. Karlstrom Outstanding Educator Award for contributions as a teacher, author, and national leader who focused attention and changed the […]
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UVa’s New 3-D Bio-Printers May Soon Make Human Tissue

“Three weeks ago, the University of Virginia acquired two state-of-the-art 3-D bioprinters from Switzerland. The printers will eventually print tissues that could be used to treat […]
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E-School Partners with Micron on Groundbreaking Processor

A Worldwide Center For Advanced Processing Research Micron Technology finds itself in an unusual position for a company known for innovations in computer memory and storage. […]
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Transformed Thornton Stacks Renamed in Honor of Outgoing Engineering Dean

The transformation of the University of Virginia’s historic Thornton Stacks into the modern collaborative workspace unveiled in late November was itself a collaborative project. Victoria Guarino, […]

A Testimonial to Dean Aylor and Sherry Aylor

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U.Va. Engineering alumni Katy Fike (SIE ’01) was named one of the “100 most creative people in business” by Fast Company.

Katy Fike, who has a degree in systems engineering, was working as an analyst at Lehman Brothers when she decided to pursue a PhD in gerontology. […]
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UVa Engineering Students Complete 15 Software Development Projects For Charlottesville Area Nonprofits

The Service Learning Practicum (SLP), a part of UVa’s Computer Science Department, has finished its third year of local projects for non-profit organization. This year, 15 […]