Engineers are moving into a host of new fields…Meet three Whiting School Faculty at the Forefront
Whether creating a community garden, repairing medical equipment in Cost Rica, or sweating it out on the football field, WSE students pursue their passions.
How great ideas are making it to market, thanks to an enterprising new breed of engineers.
On March 17, our colleagues at the Applied Physics Laboratory achieved an astonishing feat when the Messenger spacecraft inserted itself into an elliptical orbit around Mercury.
Historic Malone gift ushers in a new era of scientific investigation.
A cell phone-based biosensor promises to revolutionize the diagnosis of malaria.
Researchers tease out the behavior of stem cells in an effort to repair damaged heart tissue.
Knifefish offer clues about how different complex animals control movement.
A glimpse into the pioneering work of slowing down the speed of light.
Some of the most promising health care solutions come from unique partnerships.
Updates on diabetes, cold-formed steel and wind farms.
Securing cloud computing, healing hearts and offering promises for Parkinson’s disease, three WSE faculty receive the prestigious NSF CAREER award- honoring young researchers who show great promise.
Master the Moment: Fifty CEOs Teach You the Secrets of Time Management, Pat Brans’ book on what makes the most successful people on the planet tick.
A facelift for the Institute for NanoBioTechnology (INBT).
Engineering terms in the news.
John Benedetto ’07 competes in the New York City Marathon after a swimming accident left him paralyzed.
Qualcomm Inc. founder Irwin M. Jacobs dispenses wise words to engineering students.
Engineering students and alumni zip through the networking process.
Kenneth Keller, MSE ’63 PhD sees the connection between studying engineering and a career in international affairs.
EP is one of the country’s largest and most respected part-time engineering programs.
Charlie O’Melia, a true scholar and gentleman, passed away in December 2010.
Intense competition during this admissions season.
Herschel Seder, A&S ’39, plays a pivotal role in the Whiting School’s history.
Blue Jays lacrosse turns out a stunning performance in the 1928 Summer Olympics in Amsterdam.
Five alumni award recipients receive accolades.
When John Criezis ’07 was a kid, it didn’t matter whether it was electric pencil sharpeners or the stock market: if something could be broken down and analyzed, he was all over it.
For senior materials science major Laura Veldhuis, business and innovation have long been part of her game.