• Students Tell Their 2019 Summer Education Abroad Stories

    Fourth-year mechanical engineering majors Emily Davenport and David Xiao are taking part in an internship with Rolls Royce in the United Kingdom.

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  • UVA Undergrads to Study in Kenya, Spain as Gilman Scholars

    Monica Sandoval-Vasquez, a rising second-year computer science major, will study engineering at Valencia Polytechnic University in Spain.

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  • McGirr Will Use NSF Graduate Research Fellowship to Investigate Better Treatments for Pancreatic Cancer

  • Civil Engineering Alumnus Walks his Way Onto the Silver Screen

    Matt Green left an engineering career and set off to explore the country and New York’s urban landscape from a whole new perspective. His NYC trek is captured in a film documentary.

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  • UVA Engineering Earns National Recognition for Focus on Diversity

    The award was peer-reviewed by engineering college deans

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  • A Colleague Remembers what Made Richard Jennings a Great Teacher and Engineer

    In his latest column for Forbes, W. Bernard Carlson, Joseph L. Vaughan Professor of Humanities and chair of the Department of Engineering and Society, wrote movingly about a revered former colleague.

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  • Origins of Innovation: AgroSpheres

    Payam Pourtaheri and Ameer Shakeel met in their final year as biomedical engineering students at the University of Virginia (UVA), looking for one last research project that could help propel them into medical school. Three year later (and no medical school), their company AgroSpheres is transforming crop protection with its revolutionary pesticide delivery platform, the AgriCell.

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  • Math Saves Lives: Pioneering Research Could Pave Way for Microbe ‘Microbreweries’ Across State

    Greg Medlock is pioneering the bulk production of probiotics with the help of a $100,000 award from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.

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  • How a Budding Undergraduate Scientist Found Her Calling in a Biomedical Lab

    After her first week as a University of Virginia student, Catherine Henry knew she wanted to be a researcher.

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  • Q&A: Aerospace Engineer Discusses Apollo and the Future of Space

    Chris Goyne, a University of Virginia professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering who specializes in hypersonic and supersonic propulsion systems and aerodynamics, teaches his students about the inspiring Apollo program that engineered that giant leap for mankind.

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  • Meet UVA's 2016 Beckman Scholars

    Investigating drug-resistant parasites and movement disorders has netted two University of Virginia second-year students prestigious research awards.

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  • UVA ‘CubeSat’ Deployed; Students Seek Contact From Ground Station

    Libertas, a small space satellite developed and built at UVA during the last three years, was deployed by astronauts aboard the International Space Station.

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