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The National Science Foundation is providing $2 million to support the creation of a new curriculum model to prepare a diverse range of students to become adaptive engineers ready to solve 21st-century problems. The National Science Foundation is providing $2 million to support the creation of a new curriculum model to prepare a diverse range of students to become adaptive engineers ready to solve 21st-century problems. Source from.....

Cupp came to Virginia Tech in 1969 and has worked for her entire career in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering. She is one of seven university employees being honored for 45 years of service. Cupp came to Virginia Tech in 1969 and has worked for her entire career in the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering. She is one of seven university employees being honored for 45 years of service. Source from.....

A member of the Virginia Tech faculty since 2011, VandeVord’s research focuses on understanding brain injuries, cell-repair strategies, and technologies that assist in prevention, identification, and treatment of nervous-system injuries. A member of the Virginia Tech faculty since 2011, VandeVord’s research focuses on understanding brain injuries, cell-repair strategies, and technologies that assist in prevention, identification, and treatment of nervous-system injuries. Source from.....

[caption id="attachment_17216" align="alignnone" width="850"] Lei Zuo, associate professor of mechanical engineering[/caption] August 22, 2016 Lei Zuo, associate professor of mechanical engineering, was recently awarded a Department of Energy Nuclear Engineering research grant to develop nuclear radiation energy harvesting and through-wall wireless communication for enclosed metal containers in nuclear environments, like pressure reactor vessels or nuclear spent-fuel canisters. With the $1 million grant from the Department of Energy, Zuo is putting his energy harvesting research to use to create a way to monitor the...

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="1280"] Chris Williams, associate professor of mechanical engineering and director of the DREAMS lab, shakes hands with Ed Morris, director of America Makes and vice president of the National Center for Defense Manufacturing and Machining. At right is John Wilczynski, deputy director of technology development for America Makes. From left are members of the DREAMS lab, doctoral student Joseph Kubalak with the printed wing the team presented, post-doctoral researcher Don Aduba, and doctoral student Logan Sturm.[/caption] October 4,...