The Advanced Materials Synthesis Research Experience for Undergraduates site will immerse rising sophomores through seniors in...
Engineering and Society: Equipping future engineers to apply judgment as well as analysis to global challenges
For UVA Engineering graduates to confront the difficult challenges of the 21st century, they must possess both high-level analytic skills and the ability to apply those skills ethically in ways that reflect the cultural, economic and political context. The Department of Engineering and Society is where UVA Engineering students learn to integrate analysis and judgment so they can create innovative solutions that are effective and sustainable because they are appropriate.
Students in Science, Technology and Society Class Propose Ritual for Fourth-Year Students to Enshrine UVA Engineering Ethos
Students in science, technology and society professor Kay Neeley’s fourth-year ethics course created a UVA Engineering version of...
Engineering and society professor Peter Norton provides historical context for a New York Times article on proposals to undo the...
Center is the go-to resource for engineering and science educators, researchers and practitioners to help them integrate ethics in...
Asst. Professor, Applied Mathematics Program, Department of Engineering and Society, Affiliated Faculty, Department of Statistics, Systems Engineering Program
- Computational Statistics and Simulation/Statistical Modeling
- Risk and Decision Analysis
- Optimization Models and Methods
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Works in Progress
The Engineering & Society Department leads a culture of entrepreneurship at UVA Engineering. We support the Works in Progress community of student entrepreneurial projects. Watch the Works in Progress video.
True engineering success comes from moving ideas and knowledge out of the laboratories and into the marketplace. This video explains our philosophy of entrepreneurship in engineering.
Of UVA Engineering students study ethics through the Department of Engineering and Society
Approximate number of undergraduate and graduate student entrepreneurship teams
Students enrolled in the highly competitive Engineering Business minor