College of Engineering spoke with alumna Susie Lu about how her unique double-major in Painting and Industrial & Systems Engineering set her on a career path to data visualization.
February 13, 2017 - ISE
February 6, 2017 - BioE
BioE grad student Nuttada Panpradist is developing an instrument-free diagnostic device to detect HIV infection and drug resistance. The device will allow blood samples to be tested onsite, instead of being sent to a lab for processing.
February 1, 2017 - EE
EE alum Henry Louie founded KiloWatts for Humanity to tackle energy poverty in places like Zambia, where less than three percent of rural residents have electricity. KiloWatts for Humanity has established solar- and wind-powered energy kiosks to provide electricity to communities that are not connected to the national grid.
January 10, 2017 - ME
First in her family to attend college, senior Fethya Ibrahim is making the most of her time at the UW. Learn about why — thanks to her experiences in ME’s Cell Biomechanics Lab and in the Machine Shop — she decided to pursue a degree in ME.
December 29, 2016 - CEE
They own their own engineering companies, have each been named "Engineer of the Year" by the American Council of Engineering Companies-Washington chapter, and now these three civil and environmental engineering alumnae have one more thing in common: establishing a scholarship fund.
December 29, 2016 - A&A
When Emilio Beltran, '99, was growing up, college seemed like a foreign concept. At the time, he did not know anyone aside from his teachers who had been to a four-year school. Now a UW A&A graduate, he has setup the Beltran Endowed Fund for Undergraduate Student Support.