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Henry J. Donahue, Ph.D., named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Biomedical Engineering

Jennifer Wayne, Ph.D., wins prestigious honor from American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Biomedical Engineering

College of Engineering researchers win second green chemistry award

Chemical and Life Science Engineering

Barbara D. Boyan, Ph.D., Dean of the VCU School of Engineering, Elected as National Academy of Inventors Fellow

College of Engineering

Innovation by Milos Manic, Ph.D., and researchers from Idaho National Laboratory receives R&D 100 Award

Computer Science

Two VCU School of Engineering Faculty Named NSF Early Career Researchers

Chemical and Life Science Engineering | Biomedical Engineering

VCU College of Engineering selected to host 2019 IEEE Magnetics Society Summer School

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

Leveraging Twitter Sentiment with Data Science: CS Researchers Design Systems for More Emotionally Aware Social Media

Computer Science

Fundamental research hailed as “new horizon” in hypersonic flight

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

VCU Engineering Researcher’s Study to Power Next Generation Optical Telecommunications Published in the Journal Nature

Electrical and Computer Engineering

VCU Professors Join Elite Biomedical Engineering Group

Chemical and Life Science Engineering | Computer Science

Jayasimha Atulasimha, Ph.D., Is Named a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering

VCU Engineering’s Medicines for All awarded $25 million to increase access to lifesaving medications

Chemical and Life Science Engineering

A New Spin: VCU Researchers Leverage the Rotation Properties of Electrons to Build Better Devices

Electrical and Computer Engineering

VCU Engineers have been flooding the Virginia workforce. In Richmond's HVAC industry alone, when I stop by a contractor or a consultant's office, it seems like they've just hired more VCU Engineering graduates. This speaks to the quality of students the college puts out.

— Andy Hobson, TLC Inc.