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  • Advancing the Link Lab

    UVA makes $4.8 million strategic investment in cyber-physical systems research Lab


    The University of Virginia’s Board of Visitors has approved $4.81 million over three years for the School of Engineering and Applied Science to launch a laboratory where...

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  • Faculty Achievement

    UVA Engineering Leader Earns National Recognition for Advancing Women in Engineering


    Pamela Norris, the Frederick Tracy Morse Professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering and executive associate dean for research, has earned a national award for her efforts...

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  • Excellence Through Diversity

    Nationally Recognized Racial Justice Expert Addresses Higher Education Diversity Challenges


    America’s colleges and universities are uniquely positioned to transform themselves into pockets of racial democracy and justice because they are institutions of knowledge and...

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  • Infinite Possibilities

    Astronaut Mae Jemison Launches Diversity Series with Message of Daring and Imagination


    Astronaut and physician Mae Jemison, the first African-American woman in space, urged an enthralled audience at the University of Virginia to recapture the sense of infinite...

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  • Technology and Innovation

    UVA Engineering to Help Drive Advances in U.S. Manufacturing


    The University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science has earned a place in a new, $140 million coalition aimed at driving technological advances in American...

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  • Happy Birthday!

    At 5 Years Old, UVA Engineering’s 3-D Printing Lab is a Prodigy


    UVA Engineering’s Rapid Prototyping 3-D Printing Lab is celebrating its fifth birthday, and the lab has proven itself a prodigy with ongoing advances in education and research.

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  • Beaming Smiles, Bright Futures

    UVA Engineering Celebrates 2016 Graduates


    On Sunday, May 22, 2016, UVA Engineering celebrated 821 students who earned engineering degrees, including 628 undergraduate students, 136 master’s degree students, and 57...

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  • Taking Off

    Flight Simulator Allows Engineering Students to Experience the Aerodynamics They Study


    UVA Engineering students in Professor James McDaniel's “Flight Vehicle Dynamics” course now have the opportunity to experience flight in the same type of simulator used to...

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  • Ready for Liftoff

    NASA Chooses UVA AE Students to Build Satellite


    Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Professor Christopher Goyne’s class is beginning work on a softball-size satellite – called a CubeSat – that within a couple of years will be...

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  • Bio-Inspired Design

    Challenging the Fundamentals of Physics


    In an effort to create highly maneuverable micro air vehicles (MAVs) that can perform such feats, research scientists have been developing and testing a myriad of MAV prototypes...

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