Celebrating Women Engineers
The University of Delaware is committed to the success of women in engineering. In honor of Women’s History Month, here are just a few of the women who set the course for the engineers of today and tomorrow.
Esteemed engineer to travel the world to advance science and technology cooperation with U.S.
UD’s Priyanka Ketkar lands National Institute of Standards and Technology postdoc position for polymer research.
Millicent Sullivan, the Alvin B. & Julie O. Stiles Professor of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, has been named chair of the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at the University of Delaware as of July 1, 2022.
UD’s LaShanda Korley among six elected as 2022 American Chemical Society PMSE Fellows.
American Society of Mechanical Engineers names UD’s Jill Higginson 2022 Fellow.
Professors Chen, Day, Pochan and Wang recognized for excellence in medical and biological engineering.
COE’s Marianthi Ierapetritou leads $3 million National Science Foundation effort.
Prof. Haritha Malladi says a willingness to learn ‘is the only mindset you need.’
UD engineering grad Elaine Stewart helped prepare the James Webb Space Telescope.
The same techniques used to understand how bridges withstand loads can be applied to corn, allowing researchers to better understand what characteristics help a plant stay standing while others get knocked over by wind.
UD’s Swati Singh receives National Science Foundation CAREER award to study dark sector.
UD Prof. Tingyi Gu’s engineering specialty earns DARPA Young Faculty Award.
UD undergrad Toni Akin-Adenekan explores biopharmaceutical research.
Mechanical engineering alumna Erin Rezich shows Al Roker lunar research.
UD wins NIH grant for new center with female professors leading the way.
Biomedical engineer studies the behavior of breast cancer cells.
Alumnus, department chair Kristi Kiick reflects on how engineering leaders help others.
Fit is important, but an imperfect mask is still better than none, UD researchers find.
UD’s Chandrasekaran leads team on the exascale frontier.
UD student Alice Amitrano researches plant-powered replacements for plastics.
Ten years ago, award-winning mentor Dawn Elliott founded UD’s biomedical engineering department.
Civil engineering student leader shares her path to graduation.
UD senior Sydney Cargill melds her two passions: science and song
UD’s Emily Day among researchers funded through Science Center program
UD alumnus and Blue and Gold Distinguished Professor of Materials Science and Engineering named to the National Academy of Inventors
UD research team develops new way to make integrated photonics.
Kristi Kiick receives Leverhulme Visiting Professorship, Fulbright Award to study in the UK.
Unlike most doctoral students, University of Delaware student Rachel Lieser has not one, but two faculty advisors.
Grad student Patricia Hurley recognized for supporting first-generation college students, environmental causes.
Content developed by UD professor displayed at Delaware Museum of Natural History.
ADVANCE Institute offers grants to empower female faculty.
This fourth-year mechanical engineering student excels in research and service.
Some of the bacteria that live in ponds, lakes and other freshwater environments grow faster during the day, even though they don’t take in sunlight as an energy source, according to research from UD.