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Washington Engineer e-news

Washington Engineer is a quarterly email newsletter with a message from the dean and a roundup of research highlights, campus news, events, and media stories featuring our faculty and students.

November 2018

In the November 2018 Washington Engineer:

  • Dean's Message - The dean touches on Paul G. Allen's death, innovation across the College of Engineering and the incoming freshman class.
  • Research - Flying blind: How a drone can soar without using GPS; Bus battle: Do private shuttles affect the reliability of public transit?; Prescience: Helping doctors predict the future
  • Campus News - UW, PNNL to host energy research center focusing on bio-inspired design and assembly; SCTL awarded $1.5M to improve goods delivery system; Marysville fifth-graders are engineers for a week
  • Events - Dean's Distinguished Lecture: From the Ground Up: Remaking Engineering Education; Women in Science & Engineering Conference
  • In the Media - Latinas hold only 2 percent of STEM jobs — these 5 women are working to fix that; Something's killing coho salmon in Seattle — car tires a prime suspect; Scientists showcase brain-to-brain communication with game of 3-player ‘Tetris’

Read the full issue

Four members of the team behind Prescience.
Marshall Elementary fifth-grader Talia Gibbs
From left to right: Jannie Fernandez , Josie Goytisolo, Cecilia Aragon, Jazlyn L. Carvajal, and Concha Gomez

Issue Index

2018
January, May, August, November

2017
May, July, September - Special: New Faculty, October, November

2016
February, May, July, September - Special: New Faculty, October, November - Special: Student Projects

2015
January, May, June (special), July, September (special), November

2014
January, April, July, September (special), October

2013
January, February (special), April, August, September (special), October

2012
January, April, August, September (special), October