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2024

  • School of Engineering Doctoral Student Wins D.C. Council of Engineering and Architectural Societies Annual Paper Competition

    School of Engineering Doctoral Student Wins D.C. Council of Engineering and Architectural Societies Annual Paper Competition

    Every year, the District of Columbia Council of Engineering and Architectural Societies (DCCEAS) hosts an annual competition as part of Engineering Week, where students from 18 universities across the National Capital Region showcase their research papers and compete for the Best Paper Award at both the undergraduate and graduate level. This year's graduate winner is Catholic University, Biomedical Engineering Ph.D. candidate, Razan Bahabri. 

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  • Researchers at the School of Engineering Develop Novel Tissue Chip to Study Oral Mucositis

    Researchers at the School of Engineering Develop Novel Tissue Chip to Study Oral Mucositis

    Researchers in the School of Engineering at The Catholic University of America have created a novel tissue chip to study oral mucositis, a painful condition involving extensive mouth ulcers, in cancer patients treated with chemo- and radiotherapy.

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  • Two School of Engineering Seniors Accepted Into Naval Flight School

    Two School of Engineering Seniors Accepted Into Naval Flight School

    Ryan Walczak and Miles Shealy are seniors at The Catholic University of America’s School of Engineering. They are both midshipmen in the Naval Reserve Officer Training Corps preparing to be officers in the United States Navy. Both have a passion for engineering and aviation and were recently accepted into Naval Flight School, a prestigious program that prepares naval officers to serve as military pilots. They are also good friends who met at Catholic University. 

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  • Greater Washington, DC Regional JSHS participants in Della Ratta Auditorium

    School of Engineering Hosts High School STEM Symposium for Second Year

    On Saturday, February 24th, the Catholic University of America hosted the 61st Greater Washington, D.C. Region Junior Science & Humanities Symposium. This was the university’s second year in a row hosting the event, which provides high school students with the opportunity to showcase their research, compete for scholarships, and develop skills for further pursuits in STEM.

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  • Career Development at the School of Engineering Networking Night and Informational Interviewing Event

    Career Development at the School of Engineering Networking Night and Informational Interviewing Event

    On February 6th, 2024, the Center for Academic and Career Success hosted the Spring 2024 School of Engineering Networking Night and Informational Interviewing Event in Maloney Hall. Employers, students, and faculty spent the evening discussing career opportunities, jobs and internships, and professional development. 

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  • Dr. Sen Nieh

    Mechanical Engineering Professor Retires after 40 Years

    In January, the School of Engineering celebrated the retirement of Dr. Sen Nieh after his 40 years of service as a professor of Mechanical Engineering at Catholic University. Dr. Nieh started in the school as an assistant professor immediately after completing his Ph.D. in 1983. Throughout his tenure, Nieh served as chair of the Mechanical Engineering department five times and guided many graduate students through master’s theses and Ph.D. dissertations. He was the recipient of the Lectureship Award of the United Nations in 1992 and the Charles H. Kaman Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2007.

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  • Archbishop Carroll High School Students Complete Another Excellent Semester at the School of Engineering

    Archbishop Carroll High School Students Complete Another Excellent Semester at the School of Engineering

    Students from Archbishop Carroll High School—a local Catholic preparatory school in the Brookland neighborhood—completed another excellent semester in ENGR 106: Computer Aided Engineering Tools this past Fall 2023. The high school students had the opportunity to take this course at Catholic University—alongside School of Engineering students—where they developed their knowledge and skills in engineering fundamentals and computer aided design.

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  • Alumni Success Story: Achuna Ofonedu

    Alumni Success Story: Achuna Ofonedu

    Achuna Ofonedu is doing excellent work in artificial intelligence and software development entrepreneurship. He is a Software Engineer at Noblis, an independent, non-profit organization that develops STEM-related products for federal agencies. He is also the founder and owner of Soul Cloud, LLC, a startup software development company that delivers mobile apps to users across the globe.

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  • School of Engineering Networking Night and Informational Interviewing Event

    School of Engineering Networking Night and Informational Interviewing Event

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