In Her Nature

In Her Nature

UD grad student recognized for supporting first-generation college students, environmental causes A typical weekend for Patricia Hurley doesn’t involve binge-watching the latest TV shows. This doctoral student in civil and environmental engineering at the University...
Protecting Buildings From Earthquake Damage

Protecting Buildings From Earthquake Damage

Engineering professor studies effectiveness of retrofits to strengthen concrete structures The most recent major earthquake to hit the United States shook the ground around Anchorage, Alaska on Nov. 30, 2018. Jovan Tatar, an assistant professor of civil and...
Mentorship Through Robotics

Mentorship Through Robotics

Graduate students, professors coach high school robotics team in Wilmington Two alumni and two faculty members from the University of Delaware mentored a robotics team based in Wilmington, Delaware that made it all the way to a national competition. For Inspiration...
Alumni Recognized by Delaware Engineering Society

Alumni Recognized by Delaware Engineering Society

At the Delaware Engineering Society’s annual Engineers Week Banquet, held on February 21, 2019, two Blue Hens received top honors: Alan G. Steinle, ’70, and Scott Walls, ’11, ’18. Alan G. Steinle Steinle was named the 2019 Engineer of the Year for his advancement of...
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