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Sirena Hargrove-Leak named Engineering Unleashed Fellow
October 26, 2021
Hargrove-Leak's presentations about engineering education were recognized by peers at national institutions and the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network.
Elon University announces new partnership with GITAM University of India
August 17, 2021
Leaders from both institutions on Friday, Aug. 13, signed a memorandum of understanding that will pave the way for students and faculty exchange programs and research collaborations.
I Am Elon with Haydn Stucker ’23
June 30, 2021
The computer science and engineering double major dreams of one day working in the aerospace industry.
Elon engineering dives into water research
June 23, 2021
Looking to the future of clean water, senior engineers develop floating constructed wetlands and water-quality sensors in a senior capstone project. A gift from the Meier family of Portland, Oregon, launched the ongoing water research project.
Perfectly imperfect, engineering’s 3D-printed rockets ignite design process
May 12, 2021
About 15 model rockets soared over Elon's campus in project capping EGR 123: Grand Challenges in Engineering II
Fifteen students selected as 2021 Lumen Scholars
April 19, 2021
The university's top undergraduate research award comes with $20,000 to support and celebrate academic and creative achievements.
Eduardo Gonzalez ’21 expands Nashville sanitizing startup from campus
April 13, 2021
Gonzalez founded Music City Sanitizing Services last spring, adding six employees and growing a list of clients, including a prominent bus company in the Nashville, Tennessee, area.
Bright spark: Henry Chance ’21 designs vacuum system to explore renewable energy source
March 25, 2021
Chance’s research involves developing materials and conditions that would lead to thermionic energy conversion. He is a dual-degree engineering physics major and will transfer to a partner school next fall to complete his degrees.
Integrating Research in Science (IRIS): A Virtual Undergraduate STEM Research Conference
March 17, 2021
IRIS was established in 2018 to give students from smaller institutions without the resources of major universities the opportunity to present their research and interact with students from other colleges and universities.
Coming home: Engineering took Scott Wolter ’85 around the world and back to Elon
January 21, 2021
With research adopted by the U.S. government and funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Associate Professor Scott Wolter's proudest achievement was returning to his alma mater to develop the engineering program and teach the next generation of world-changing engineers.