21
FEB
2017

VP of Business at Instagram Highlights His Engineering Roots

“James Quarles got his start in mechanical engineering, but his career soon veered into digital technology. ‘That’s a great thing about the Engineering School: You can’t get out of UVA without a really strong set of generalist skills. I [Quarles] took classes at Thornton H
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15
FEB
2017

Two New Courses Connect Aerospace Engineering with Business

“’These courses will help students in the Commerce School better understand mechanical and aerospace engineering, and help engineering students better understand how to deal with manufacturing lines, supply chains and other business concepts,’ Associate Chair of Mechanical
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14
FEB
2017

Dr. Jeff Crandall Featured on NFL Website

“[Crandall] chairs the NFL’s Head, Neck and Spine Engineering Subcommittee and will be a principal guide through the execution of the Engineering Roadmap. ‘The Engineering Roadmap is a comprehensive and dedicated plan to try and bring knowledge, research and tools together
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06
FEB
2017

High Rankings for UVA Engineering Master’s Online Programs

BestCollegeValues.com ranked UVA’s online Master’s of Engineering Aerospace degree as second in the nation for its cost effectiveness. Additionally, UVA’s online Master’s of Chemical Engineering degree ranked first in its category.
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01
FEB
2017

Professor Richard Kent Featured in NFL Video on Athletic Shoes

Getting excited for the Super Bowl? Check out this new video from the NFL featuring UVA Engineering Professor Richard Kent, who researches the safety and effectiveness of athletic shoes at UVA’s Center for Applied Biomechanics. >>Watch video UVA Researchers are Making the
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22
JAN
2017

AIAA Honors Alumnus, Appoints Professor to Leadership Position

At this year’s American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) Sci Tech Forum (the largest annual aerospace meeting in the world) in Texas, a UVa alumnus was honored and a UVa professor was placed into a leadership position. University of Virginia Alumnus, Craig Nickol
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15
DEC
2016

Center’s Work Will Impact Battlefields, Football Fields and Highways

When heads collide, injury happens. Traumatic brain injuries, such as concussions and other forms of potentially permanent brain damage, happen daily in car crashes, sporting activities, fights, explosions, falls and other accidents. And while physicians and scientists understand the
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17
NOV
2016

ROMAC Fall 2016 Newsletter

The Rotating Machinery and Controls Laboratory and Consortium, better known as ROMAC, is a collaborating effort of faculty, research staff, and students in the engineering disciplines of Civil & Environmental (CEE), Electrical & Computer (ECE), and Mechanical & Aerospace (
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09
NOV
2016

MAE Research Excellence – By the Numbers

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at the University of Virginia has increased research citations and funding for tenured/tenure-track (T3) professors.  MAE annual research expenditures are now increased to $547K per T3 faculty and the average H-index at 25.   In addition, Science C
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03
NOV
2016

ME Class Goes to the Source for Bio-inspired Robotics Design

Dylan Wainwright, a PhD student from Harvard University, lead a tuna dissection experience for the 4th year ME design class.  The class is working on a project where the goal is to build and test a free swimming, tuna-inspired robot.  The students are using biology for inspiration and
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