Message from the Dean of the School of Engineering
Dear friends, alumni and prospective students:
Welcome to the School of Engineering at Catholic University. The essence of engineering is creative design, particularly as it relates to the solution of problems of national, global and/or social interest. There has never been a greater demand for engineers and computer scientists. This is especially true in the current economic crisis facing our nation. Engineers will certainly play critical roles and provide solutions to challenges in national security, alternative energy, and health care. Now is the perfect time to consider a future in one of the exciting fields of engineering
But what does it mean to be a small, private, Catholic engineering school? And what does it mean to be a student here?
Successful design rests upon a solid foundation of mathematics, science, and the work of earlier designers...
A small, private, Catholic engineering school, CUA engineering provides students with small classes facilitating close faculty and students interaction and active, engaging learning environments...Read More »
The School of Engineering offers programs leading to the bachelor's degrees in Biomedical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, and Computer Science...Read More »
Graduate programs in the school of engineering emphasize both theory and application of advanced engineering principles. Offering master's and doctoral degrees, CUA students conduct research alongside renown faculty...Read More »
Graduate Students Win 1st and 2nd Places in Oral PresentationsElectrical Engineering and Computer Science graduate student, Vy Bui, and Civil Engineering graduate student, Xiaomeng Liang, under direction of Associate Professors Lin-Ching Chang and Arash Massoudieh, were awarded first and second prizes, respectively, for the student oral presentation competition at the 2016 IEEE Computational Intelligence Socity Winter School of Big Data in Computational Intelligence: From Principles to Complex Applications.
Mechanical Engineering Associate Professor John Judge Elected Fellow of ASMEMechanical Engineering Associate Professor John Judge has been elected as a Fellow of AMSE.
Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Xiaolong Luo Honored with Prestigious NSF Career AwardMechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Xiaolong Luo received a prestigious NSF Career Award entitled "CAREER: Highly stable lipid bilayers on freestanding cytoskeleton-like membrane" for the period June 1, 2016 through May 31, 2021, with a total amount of $504,671. Read more >>
Intelligence Director Honored with Engineering AwardThe School of Engineering recently honored Letitia Long with the school’s 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award. Long, who earned her masters of science in mechanical engineering in 1988, spent her career in senior roles in the intelligence community as Deputy Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency, Deputy Under-secretary of Defense for Intelligence, and Director for Intelligence Community Affairs at the CIA. Read more >>
National Academy of Engineering Recognizes School of Engineering as a Grand Challenge Scholars ProgramThe Catholic University of America School of Engineering was recently accepted into the National Academy of Engineering (NAE) Grand Scholars Program, which is “designed to prepare students to be the generation that solves the grand challenges facing society in this century.” Read more >>
Biomedical Engineering Assistant Professors Sahana Kukke and Christopher Raub Accompany Six Undergraduate Students on an All Expenses Paid Trip to Attend WorkshopDrs. Raub and Kukke lead 6 BE undergrads during an all expenses paid, 3-day summer workshop in Coral Gables, FL. sponsored by the BMES Coulter College Program. Read more >>
Civil Engineering Associate Professor Gunnar Lucko and Ordinary Professor Lu Sun Receive Research Awards
Electrical Engineering Assistant Professor Georges Nehmetallah Publishes Book
Electrical Engineering Assistant Professor Georges Nehmetallah Elected to Senior Member in the SPIE
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