Jerome Lynch, a nationally recognized expert in advanced sensing and information technologies for monitoring and control of civil infrastructure systems, and an advocate for community engagement in research, has been named the Vinik Dean of Duke University’s Pratt School of Engineering.
A team of Clark Scholars has developed a wearable device that can relay a soldier’s vitals to combat medics, making it easier to determine who needs medical attention most urgently
Outstanding students from eight states, D.C., and Ghana selected to join scholarship program focused on leadership, business, service, and entrepreneurship
Eventual earning prospects are the most important metric for some students when deciding which college to attend.
On July 1, Jennifer L. West took the helm as the 14th dean of the University of Virginia School of Engineering, with a vision for building on the school’s success and creating new opportunities.
Stevens Institute of Technology’s most ambitious fundraising campaign in history, the $200 million campaign known as The Power of Stevens, has concluded more than $50 million above its original target.
I had a fantastic first day at UVA School of Engineering. To cap it off, I got to host the new cohort of Clark Scholars for dinner at our home, Montebello.