Shailendra V. Bordawekar Recognized with UVA Engineering’s 2019 Engineering Achievement Award
For three years running, chemical engineering alumni have earned School-wide honors
Chemical engineering alumnus Shailendra V. Bordawekar has received the 2019 Engineering Achievement Award, a School-wide recognition presented at the University of Virginia School...
Alumnus Sees an Exciting Nexus Where Civil, Systems and Environmental Engineering Meet
Eric Bristow saw his career path early on as a systems engineering major at UVA.
For Good: Making Medicine Accessible to Everyone
Samantha Perez, Ph.D. Candidate, Biomedical Engineering
People become engineers because they have a passion for creating knowledge and technologies that serve society. UVA Engineering’s "For Good" series shares their voices.
Civil engineering alumna guides digital transformation for global company
Heather Wishart-Smith’s job reflects how much civil engineering has always fundamentally been about interrelated systems, with infrastructure the underlying foundation.
The Wizard's Story
Joseph L. Vaughn Professor of Humanities and technology historian W. Bernard Carlson was on BYU Radio recently talking about what fired inventor Nikola Tesla’s imagination.
Faculty Spotlight: How One Professor Is Finding Cures With Computer Algorithms
Papin emphasizes data science in every class he teaches. In the lab, Papin and his team use both laboratory experiments and computer models to predict how cells will change and react in various conditions.
Here's What Makes UVA an Ideal Place for Imaging Research
Our collaborative, translational model leads to exceptional student outcomes
Trainees gain depth and breadth through immersion in UVA’s multidisciplinary imaging research ecosystem.
Inspired by Abalone Shells, Researcher Develops Strong, Lightweight Metal
Mechanical and aerospace engineering professor Chris Li was inspired by abalone shells when designing a new material called a "graphene superalloy."
First in Their Families
Six years ago, Diana Albarracin moved with her family from Colombia to the United States. Today she is majoring in BME at UVA, one of a growing number of first-generation students at UVA. They make up nearly 13% of the Class of 2023, an increase of about 19% over last year.
Engineering Equity in the Built Environment
Ph.D. student plans career to serve the greater good and educate others
Bethany M. Gordon wants to build a more equitable world for the most disadvantaged populations — and a world that is sustainable for all.