Unparalleled International Experience Develops Global Engineers
Valpo’s College of Engineering is committed to maintaining a program of excellence that provides students with a wide range of interactive...
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A Solid Foundation: Valpo Alum Primed To Build A World Of Difference
Travel the world one day and build it the next. The architecture across Europe inspired Rebecca Otte ’95 to work to preserve historic structures in...
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Professor Reva Johnson ’09 Incites Cutting-Edge Research In Bioengineering Field
In fall 2017, Reva Johnson ’09, Ph.D., assistant professor of mechanical engineering and bioengineering, commenced her third year with the College...
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Spring 2017 Senior Design Capstone Projects Captured Live
All College of Engineering students at Valpo conclude their undergraduate academic career through immersion in a hands-on senior design project....
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VALPARAISO UNIVERSITY ESTABLISHES INNOVATION HUB
Valparaiso University recently announced the establishment of the Innovation Hub at McMillan Hall, an interdisciplinary center of entrepreneurship...
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Valparaiso University Hosts Intercollegiate Robotic Football Championships
Valpo, the defending robotic football champion , returns to the field on April 8 in the Athletics-Recreation Center for the robotic football...
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Opportunity Abounds In Civil Engineering
Since her arrival on campus, Rebecca Valliere ’18 has fully immersed herself in the College of Engineering. She has thrived in the small,...
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Hesse Center Celebrates 15th Anniversary
Established in 2001, the Hesse Learning Resource Center (Hesse Center) advances the vision of Herman Hesse, who served as dean of the College of...
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We Remember Alan Kraft — Friend, Scholar, Leader, Colleague, And Mentor
Welcomed into the Valpo community more than three decades ago, Alan Kraft, Ph.D., who passed away in August, served the University in many capacities...
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Annual College Of Engineering Career Fair
More than 20 Valpo alumni returned to campus this fall for the annual College of Engineering Career Fair to recruit quality engineering students....
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Civil Engineering Department Appoints New Chair
This summer Anne Raich, Ph.D., joined the College of Engineering as department chair and associate professor of civil engineering. “I am pleased to...
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Valpo Engineering Student Explores Passion For Music
A mechanical engineering major, music minor, and member of Christ College—The Honors College, Alison Norris ’18 has forged her own path at Valpo,...
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Innovative Degree Expands Student Opportunity
Valpo’s College of Engineering launches a new bachelor of science degree in the rapidly expanding field of bioengineering, with student enrollment...
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Valpo Engineering Student Engages In Environmental Remediation In France
Christine Umerley ’17 It has been a year full of both challenges and growth for Christine Umerley ’17, whose involvement in Valparaiso...
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Valpo Engineering Offers New Course To Students Around The World
Mark M. Budnik, Ph.D. The College of Engineering is partnering with Texas Instruments, element 14, and Udemy to offer a new Massive open online...
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Frederick F. Jenny Professorship Of Emerging Technologies Sponsors Swarm Robotics Research At Valparaiso University
Sami Khorbotly, Ph.D. Sami Khorbotly, Ph.D., associate professor of electrical and computer engineering, currently leads research focused on finding...
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Engineering Students Aid Recruitment Efforts
The College of Engineering now has a student ambassador program to share the Valpo Experience with prospective students. The ambassadors support...
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Valpo Robotic Football Defeats Notre Dame
After making its debut at Notre Dame’s Robotic Football Combine in March, Valpo’s team defeated Notre Dame in a dominant match in...
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Valpo Engineering Treats Stormwater With Rain Garden, StormTree System
The College of Engineering recently launched two stormwater management projects. Offering new opportunities for undergraduate research, Professor...
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Alumnus Hikes Pacific Crest Trail In Ambitious Fundraising Endeavor
Earlier this year, James Nagel ’10 packed his bags and embarked on a journey that would challenge him both physically and mentally. Starting at...
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Valpo Students Named Tau Beta Pi Scholars
Three Valpo engineering students have earned scholarships from Tau Beta Pi, the world’s largest engineering society. Louis Christensen ’16,...
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Valpo Engineering Treats Stormwater With Rain Garden, StormTree System
Offering new opportunities for undergraduate research, Professor and Interim Chair of Civil Engineering Peter T. Weiss, Ph.D., works with students...
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Valpo Engineering Students Improve Lives In Nicaragua, Haiti
Projects aim to improve water system for a rural village and bring renewable energy to an orphanage. Valparaiso University’s Engineers Without...
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