Students from VCU School of Engineering are competing against 40 universities from across the world to determine who can design the best Unmanned Aerial System.
Congratulations to the newest VCU School of Engineering Master’s and Ph.D. graduates!
The School of Engineering presented its contributions to STEM while unveiling its new activity book to inspire the next generation of engineers.
Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering Department Achieves Inertial Electrostatic Confinement (IEC) Fusion
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Translational Research Innovation Projects Facility
VCU School of Engineering Researchers Look at New Ways to Scale Data Storage
VCU School of Engineering Celebrates Women in Computing with CAPWIC
VCU Team Wins Award at Hackathon
VCU School of Engineering to Host International Conference on Power Electronics
Twelve undergraduate students selected for Dean’s Undergraduate Research Initiative (DURI) Awards
Assistant professors conceive a new method of minimally invasive surgery- surgical tips made from magnetostrictive and piezoelectric materials- attached to an endoscopic probe.
Engineers at Virginia Commonwealth University Develop New Method for Ice Adhesion Testing
Educational Puzzle Describes Nanostructures
“We’re in the midst of a time of great change,” said Vincent P. Manno, Sc.D., the provost and dean of faculty at Olin College of Engineering.
The Translational Research Innovation Projects (TRIP) Facility Will Help Faculty to Move Product Concepts Towards Reality
Saumil Bandyopadhyay, son of Supriyo Bandyopadhyay, Ph.D., Commonwealth Professor in the VCU School of Engineering's Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, attained five peer-reviewed papers before graduating high school.
Standing center stage in the packed WCVE-TV studio, Virginia Commonwealth University Engineering School Associate Professor Karla Mossi, Ph.D., took on the “final frontier” – science fiction or science fact.
The results were the best for the School in its history of participating since 2009.
Tumi Oredein, a VCU graduate student in the Master's of Product Innovation Program won WalMart's "Get on the Shelf" contest, a national competition.
VCU School of Engineering Launches New Engineers2B Program
School Brings Local High School Students to Campus to Experience STEM Studies
Launched under the School’s new Director of Diversity and Student Programs Lorraine Parker, Ph. D., the first group of program participants from Richmond Technical Center STEM Academy’s Engineering track will visit the School of Engineering on Nov. 18.
Dean’s Undergraduate Research Initiative (DURI) aims to broaden the undergraduate student research experience
Preetam Ghosh, Ph.D., received a two-year Early Concept Grant for Exploratory Research from the NSF for his research: Exploring Biological Networks Robustness using Bio-Inspired Wireless Sensor Networks
Carol Fung, Ph.D. has been awarded the 2013 Alumni Gold Medal by the University of Waterloo.
A professor leading cyber security research at Virginia Commonwealth University’s School of Engineering and a doctorate student have learned how to get out of the lab and into the business world through the National Science Foundation Innovation Corps Teams Program (NSF I-Corps Teams).
Dominion Virginia Power and State Grid Corporation of China representatives visit VCU to share results of a microgrid collaboration
The former teacher-turned-graduate student in the Department of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering is pursuing his master’s degree full time, with the assistance of a fellowship from the National Academy for Nuclear Training (NANT).
"Rough titanium alloys regulate osteoblast production of angiogenic factors."
New process reduces costs of active drug ingredients by 75 percent, uses continuous flow versus batch technology
Friday's entrepreneurship event at VCU looked, in many ways, like any of the many other pitch events held around the region each year. But one thing set this event apart: The 12 entrepreneurs were all in middle school.
Mohamed Gad-el-Hak, Ph.D., launched a successful writing program for engineering students, but he has concerns that much needed initiatives such as this may fall by the wayside due to the current climate in US higher education.
Russ Jamison has spent the summer telling a dozen Virginia Commonwealth University students that innovation must have three things: ideation, valuation and execution.
Teachers and students throughout Virginia are identifying environmental concerns in their community and researching, planning and implementing projects to address those needs.