Teaching is Berne‘s true vocation, with an emphasis on supporting students to develop their curiosity, passion and self-awareness.
Engineering & Society: Educating leaders who bring broad perspectives and essential skills to engineering for social good
The Department of Engineering & Society differentiates UVA Engineering from other engineering schools with curricula and research that enhance the technical dimensions of engineering education. The science, technology and society program ensures that undergraduates understand the relationships between technology and society; are equipped to be ethical engineers; and have strong proficiency in written communication. The applied math program provides mathematical training specific to engineering. The department offers a minor in engineering business with a focus on entrepreneurship, and the Policy Internship Program provides opportunities for undergraduate students to do an internship in Washington, D.C., participating in technology-related policy analysis.
UVA Engineering Undergraduate Student Seizes Unique Opportunity to Ask Hard Questions about the Internet of Things
Andrew Li, a UVA third-year computer science and economics major, co-authored a paper diving into a global debate.
The Cyber Innovation and Society Initiative at the University of Virginia and the Commonwealth Cyber Initiative hosted the inaugural...
Peter D. Norton recalls society used to defend pedestrians’ rights – and argues we still should.
Of UVA Engineering students study ethics through the Department of Engineering and Society
Approximate number of undergraduate and graduate student entrepreneurship teams
Students enrolled in the highly competitive Engineering Business minor