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Lumen Scholar Anna Altmann ’23 tackles a dirty job for science and the environment
March 28, 2023
Altmann’s research project involved collecting and testing 2.5 pounds of cigarette butts and devising a cigarette smoking apparatus to find out which metals are being released by littered butts.
Bernard Reinckens ’16 engineers oceanic defense systems with Liquid Robotics
February 17, 2023
A graduate of Elon's dual degree engineering program, Reinckens works as an electrical engineer on the Boeing subsidiary's Wave Glider vehicle
David Jennings ’23 creates virtual reality game that preps users for job interviews
September 27, 2022
A computer science major and game design minor, Jennings presented his games research project at the World Conference on Smart Trends in Systems, Security, and Sustainability in August with Assistant Professor of Computer Science Pratheep Paranthaman.
Alumni in Action: Danielle Cooke ’16 makes medical miracles happen
September 16, 2022
Danielle 'Dani' Cooke, a dual-degree engineering alumna, trains neurosurgeons to use technology to cure tremors from conditions like Parkinson's Disease.
Elon creates Department of Engineering as program gains prominence
August 1, 2022
Formation of the Department of Engineering comes after years of planned growth and as the university prepares to open the Innovation Quad's first two buildings.
#ElonGrad 2022 spotlight: Melissa Denish, biochemistry
May 25, 2022
In this series, Elon College, the College of Arts and Sciences is shining the spotlight on distinguished members of the Class of 2022 from a wide array of disciplines.
In laser-powered research, Anna Sheinberg ’22 illuminates little-known molecule
March 23, 2022
Biochemistry major Anna Sheinberg '22 and her mentor, Assistant Professor of Chemistry Anthony Rizzuto, used laser spectroscopy to analyze aqueous carbonic acid, vital to maintaining pH levels in our blood. The pair also prepared a future collaboration between the University of California, Berkeley and Elon.
At the deep end, underwater vehicles build first-year engineering skills
December 17, 2021
Students in EGR 1210: Grand Challenges in Engineering 1, built remotely operated vehicles and tested them in Beck Pool during finals.
Bringing Power to the People of Haiti
December 1, 2021
A senior analog designer at Nebula Microsystems, Jake Smith ’18 used his free time to design a portable solar battery that’s changing life in Haiti. He’s just getting started.
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.