• Help Is on the Way: UVA Students Streamline Athletic Injury Care

    A.J. Peppers, a 2024 computer science graduate, put his technical skills to work on the award-winning EZ-EAP, a phone app that automates emergency action plans for sports venues.

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  • UVA Engineering hopes to improve hurricane evacuation orders

    A new hurricane response data tracking system could help determine the right time to order evacuations to minimize disruption and economic costs while saving lives.

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  • Winning Advice: These 6 Engineering Advisers Gave the Year’s Best

    If you’re ever in need of advice, you can count on the winners of this year’s Undergraduate Advising Excellence awards. 

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  • Hoos Standing Out: These 2024 Ph.D. Graduates Made Their Marks in Research and Beyond

    Five exemplary graduating Ph.D. students were honored for their professional accomplishments and contributions to the UVA and scientific communities in their fields.

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  • Photo Gallery: Final Exercises 2024

    Clad in caps and gowns, the Class of 2024 reflected on their college years surrounded by cheering family and friends.

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  • New Undergrad Major Propels Student on a Hypersonic Path to NASA

    If you’re considering a career in hypersonics, Morgan Small, a member of UVA Engineering’s Class of 2024, would like to recommend UVA's new undergraduate degree in materials science engineering.   

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  • Hoo Made an Impact: Meet 4 of UVA’s Outstanding Class of ’24 Engineers

    Help us congratulate these undergraduate students who were recognized for their outstanding contributions as part of the class of 2024.

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  • Systems Thinking in Action: Undergraduate Research Takes On Complex Problems

    The projects presented at this year’s IEEE Systems and Information Engineering Design Symposium explored alternative solutions to a wide range of problems.

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  • 2024 Student Features

    A round-up of 2023-2024 academic year student stories at UVA Engineering.

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  • The Road to Inclusive Crash Safety

    Engineering Ph.D. student’s work on injury biomechanics aims to bridge the gap between male and female crash test data.

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  • AI Research at UVA Engineering

  • Will it Fly? UVA Engineering Students Test Sabre 1 Rocket

    UVA students launched a monster rocket over 3,000 feet skyward. Would the launch punch their ticket to the Spaceport America Cup in New Mexico this summer?

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