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This winter, Dean Levi Thompson will be teaching “Technology & Innovation: Addressing Global Challenges Through Multidisciplinary Collaborations” (EGGG467/ENTR467), a course designed to give students from both technical and non-technical disciplines a better understanding of the Grand Challenges for Engineering.

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UD’s College of Engineering is committed to fostering an inclusive and diverse culture focused on innovation, expertise and discovery-driven facilities and operations.

Hannah Epstein, a New Jersey native studying mechanical engineering with minors in entrepreneurship and English, was recently awarded the Department of Defense Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation Scholarship, which provides students with full tuition for up to five years and full-time employment with the Pentagon after graduation, as well as other educational benefits.

Culture and Climate

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Research

College of Engineering’s Higginson earns inaugural honor.

Jill Higginson, professor of mechanical engineering and biomedical engineering and Associate Dean for Graduate and Postgraduate Education
Hannah Epstein, a New Jersey native studying mechanical engineering with minors in entrepreneurship and English, was recently awarded the Department of Defense Science, Mathematics and Research for Transformation Scholarship, which provides students with full tuition for up to five years and full-time employment with the Pentagon after graduation, as well as other educational benefits.

Student Success

UD engineering students travel abroad to understand the complexities of solving international challenges.

Research

UD mechanical engineer reports capacitor advance, which could help electronic device components.

Jill Higginson, professor of mechanical engineering and biomedical engineering and Associate Dean for Graduate and Postgraduate Education
In the University of Delaware Materials Growth Facility, doctoral student Nazifa Tasnim Arony uses a method called molecular beam epitaxy to deposit atoms of various elements, layer by layer, to build a new material for potential use in quantum computers. She and her collaborators will then test the material's optical properties.

Research

UD Professor Joe Kuehl seeks solutions to hypersonic travel challenges.

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