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  • A Powerful Partnership

    Biomedical Engineering Students Earn Double 'Hoo Award


    Angela Zeigler and Ani Chandrabhatla, both members of Associate Professor Jeff Saucerman’s systems biology lab, were among the 17 teams selected from applicants across UVA for a...

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  • Training Tomorrow's Leaders

    UVA Engineering, MITRE Launch Systems Engineering Fellowship for Federal Employees


    The MITRE Corporation and the University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science are launching a Systems Engineering Fellowship for Federal Employees intended to...

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  • Laser Focused

    Pursuit of Excellence in Education


    Professor Maite Brandt-Pearce will pursue three strategies in her new role as Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the University of Virginia School of Engineering...

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  • Link Lab Expands

    UVA Engineering Launches Formal, International Search for Faculty, Graduate Students in Cyber-Physical Systems


    The University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science has opened its international search for eight faculty members to join a multi-million dollar initiative that...

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  • Deadliest Crash

    Researchers Driven to Save Lives


    Researchers at the Engineering School’s Center for Applied Biomechanics, using a $5 million grant from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and $2 million from car...

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  • Data Science

    A Master's with a Difference


    Over the past five years, scores of universities around the country have introduced master’s-level data science programs, but few universities approach data science the way the...

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  • The Next Step

    A Tenure-Track Job


    Philip Asare’s experiences as a graduate student in the Engineering School proved to be the perfect springboard, not just for securing an academic post, but finding one that will...

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  • Building Secure Websites

    Professor, Graduate Student Develop Tool to Protect Web Users


    Most Internet users know that practicing good online hygiene —never clicking on spam, choosing strong passwords and setting up two-factor authentication — is essential for...

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  • Traffic Report

    Engineering Graduate Uses Big Data to Seek Insights to Bicycle Travel Flow


    As a longtime bicyclist, Alec Gosse is concerned with bike safety and the desire to make bicycle travel practical in a society centered on automobile travel.

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  • Faculty Excellence

    Professor Makes a Difference in the Lives of Soldiers, Students and Colleagues


    Professor Pamela Norris' outstanding record of research, teaching and service led the new School of Engineering Dean, Craig Benson, to promote her to Executive Associate Dean...

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