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  • Honoring Vets, Service Members

    For Veterans Day, UVA Engineering salutes vets, service members


    As the nation celebrates the men and women of the military, UVA Engineering’s Accelerated Master’s Program in Systems Engineering has the privilege of serving a number of veterans...

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  • Great Heights for Student Research


    A recent NASA high-altitude balloon flight carried multiple payloads, including the JefferSat Cosmic Ray Mission, an experiment to measure radiation caused by cosmic rays entering...

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  • New Frontiers

    UVA Engineering Welcomes New Faculty, Innovation in 2016-2017


    The University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science welcomes five new teaching faculty and 16 new tenured and tenure-track faculty in 2016-2017, most for joint...

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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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  • Focus On Impact

    Comprehensive Approach Attracts Women to Engineering at UVA


    UVA is top among flagship public universities in the country for the percentage of women who earn engineering degrees, according to a Washington Post analysis of the federal...

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  • Alumni Spotlight

    Read What Recently Graduated Women Engineering Students Say about UVA


    Three recent women graduates of the University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science share their thoughts on what makes the educational experience at UVA...

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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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  • Learning in the Lab

    Designed from the ground up as a teaching facility, the new spot in Thornton Hall can also accommodate the department’s current enrollment and more


    Designed from the ground up as a teaching facility, the new spot for the IDEAS Lab can accommodate the department’s current enrollment and more.

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  • A Perfect Internship

    Graduate Student Finds a Fit in Cancer Therapy Research


    During her three-month internship with Merrimack Pharmaceuticals, biomedical engineering Ph.D. student Millie Shah reconciled molecular and cellular models of a DNA damage repair...

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  • Developing Leaders

    Creating a Pipeline for Diversity in Biomedical Big Data Research


    Faculty members at the University of Virginia aim to train a diverse new generation of scientists and engineers to address the monumental challenge of biomedical big data...

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