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Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering Dedication and Ribbon Cutting!
Flanked by Rutgers University President Robert Barchi, Rutgers-New Brunswick Interim Chancellor Christopher Molloy, School of Engineering Dean Tom Farris, and other special guests, Rutgers Engineering alum and building namesake, Richard "Dick" Weeks, BS'50, celebrated the opening of a state-of-the-art facility for student learning and research. Richard Weeks Hall of Engineering anchors the School of Engineering complex on the Busch campus and is the most recent facility built as part of an effort to create a core of new STEM facilities on the university's Piscataway campus. Learn more>>

Weeks Scholarship_Marketo.jpg Engineering Alumnus Makes Largest Scholarship Gift Ever to Rutgers University
Richard N. Weeks, a 1950 Rutgers mechanical engineering graduate who grew his family's small marine construction company into an industry leader, has made a commitment of $10 million to support undergraduate scholarships at Rutgers School of Engineering. Mr. Weeks's pledge, announced during the school's annual Medal of Excellence gala on October 11, is the largest gift to Rutgers for scholarships and the largest ever to the engineering school. Learn more>>

2017_08_01__0671_RU_Eng_Matheny.jpg Rutgers Students Invent Medical Devices for Disabled Children and Adults
Two summers ago, Rutgers Biomedical Engineering students immersed themselves at the Matheny School in Peapack, New Jersey, a nonprofit organization that is home to children and adults with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, and other developmental disabilities. The students' goal: find ways to improve their independence and quality of life. After talking with staffers and students, the SoE students designed prototypes, including a motorized headrest for wheelchairs to give people with cerebral palsy a greater range of vision and reduce their reliance on caretakers. Learn more and watch the video here>>

NR18HassanUmer.jpg Engineering Meets Medicine Meets Global Health
In countries around the world, severe resource limitations can get in the way of health and healthcare delivery, making the role engineers can play in developing systems and equipment critical. A pace-setter in the evolving field of engineering and global health, new electrical and computer engineering faculty member Umer Hassan is actively engaged in the global effort to combat sepsis, a life-threatening condition. Learn more>>

Braille map with Michael_400.jpg Engineering Students Create Tactile Maps to Help Blind Visitors Navigate Alexander Library
Tactile maps became the newest amenity for blind and visually impaired visitors to Rutgers University-New Brunswick's Alexander Library, thanks to Rutgers Engineering students and the 3D Printing Club (RU3D), led by Howon Lee, an assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering. The maps, created through 3D printing, are hard plastic 8-inch squares bearing raised rectangles, lines, and arrows along with Braille text. Learn more>>

image3-drug-development-funnel-379x336.jpg Software Framework Designed to Accelerate Drug Discovery
Rutgers Engineers, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Energy's Brookhaven National Laboratory and University College London, won the 2018 Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineer's International Scalable Computing Challenge for their software framework that could revolutionize drug design through computational science. "We developed a numerical computation methodology for accurately and rapidly evaluating the efficacy of different drug candidates," said team member Shantenu Jha, associate professor in electrical and computer engineering. Learn more>>

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Congratulations to faculty members Lisa Klein and Benjamin Glasser, honored for their achievements in scholarship, teaching, and service at the annual Rutgers Engineering faculty awards ceremony and reception. Klein, distinguished professor of materials science and engineering, was named Faculty of the Year. Glasser, professor of chemical and biochemical engineering, is this year's Outstanding Engineering Faculty recipient. Learn more>>

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Nicholas C WongCROP.jpg Alumni Q&A: Nick Wong BS'98, MS'99
"Rutgers gave me the basics for what I need to do at work every single day."
Back in eighth grade, Nicholas (Nick) Wong was asked what he wanted to do in the future. He wrote down "engineer." In 1998, Nick earned his BS in civil engineering, followed the next year with an MS in structural engineering - both from Rutgers. After working in several engineering firms after graduation, he founded Titan Engineers in 2005, a structural and consulting engineering corporation. Titan Engineers was a 2018 winner of the NJBIZ "Best Places to Work in New Jersey" award. Read the Q&A>>

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