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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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  • 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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  • 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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  • First-Ever Hurricane Evacuation Order Database May Hold Keys to Future Readiness

    A new, comprehensive hurricane evacuation order database created by UVA researchers can help the U.S. develop more effective policies in the face of raging storms.

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  • UVA Engineering Shines With Top University Awards

    Three faculty, Brian Helmke, Natasha Smith and Garrick Louis, and graduate student Zackary Landsman were named among UVA’s best for teaching and public service.

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  • Improving Lives: Toddlers With Type 1 Diabetes Can Now Benefit From UVA Invention

    A life-changing technology is now available to toddlers. Systems engineering faculty member Marc Breton co-invented the artificial pancreas system that manages insulin levels in diabetic patients.

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  • Engineering Professor Earns Grant To Improve Trust Between Humans and Robots

    This UVA researcher is laying the foundation for better trust between humans and robots, with help from an Air Force Office of Scientific Research grant. 

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  • New Artificial Intelligence Risk-Assessment Tool To Improve Heart-Failure Care

    UVA Health and UVA Engineering researchers have developed a powerful new risk assessment tool for predicting outcomes in heart failure patients. The researchers have made the tool publicly available.

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  • A Full-Resolution Display of Talent: UVA Hosts Women-in-Computing Event

    Close to 250 women gathered at UVA to present and learn from each other as part of CAPWIC 2024.

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  • UVA To Launch Another Lab School

    The School of Engineering and Applied Science is part of a UVA partnership creating a Virginia lab school at Buford Middle School focusing on infusing STEM into the curriculum.

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  • John B. Koch, Business Leader and UVA Alumnus, Dishes Practical but Powerful Career Advice

    A prominent industry leader’s secrets for reaching pinnacles of success in engineering and business start with getting a good education and stop with the person who applies it.

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