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Why should I get a master’s in engineering management? 

For engineers looking to cultivate their leadership skills, increase earning potential and advance their careers, a master’s in engineering management can be that next step.

VCU students score six wins at American Nuclear Society event

Competing against students from universities across the U.S. during the recent conference at Penn State University, the VCU College of Engineering sent more than two-dozen students, winning five Best Presentation awards and a Best Paper award.

From classroom to the cosmos: Mechanical engineering senior achieves national high-power rocketry certification

After earning his level three certification from the Tripoli Rocketry Association, Thomas Goldstein and his fellow Ram Rocketry members are headed to the big leagues – The Spaceport America Cup.

Virtual-reality surgical trainer earns top spot in first Pitch Day event for VCU faculty entrepreneurs

Urogynecology team led by Lauren Siff is among the inaugural cohort of the Startup Accelerator, which propels campus innovation toward commercial markets.

Rebecca Jarrell lands first place at the VCU 27th Annual Graduate Research Symposium

Her research project, "Biosynthesis of CdS Quantum Dots Using Enzymatic Generation of Hydrogen Sulfide," focuses on developing a green and sustainable method for producing quantum dots.

Class of 2024: Engineering student Lineth Perez saw a land of opportunity in the U.S. – and seized the opportunity at VCU

Learning the language and earning a scholarship, Colombia native completes her master’s degree and is now working toward her Ph.D.

VCU College of Engineering to launch Bachelor of Arts in computer science

The new degree will provide a multidisciplinary approach to computer science, broadening the scope of computing education across the university. 

American Nuclear Society presents College of Engineering students with academic scholarships

These awards are part of the organization’s investment in the future of engineering and reward members for their academics, service and leadership excellence.

U.S. Department of Defense command USCYBERCOM presents top two awards to VCU Computer Science team at 2024 CyberRECon

Led by Irfan Ahmed, Ph.D., computer science associate professor, the team of students were recognized for the development of their NAZAR intrusion detection system, leading to an on-going education partnership between VCU and USCYBERCOM.

Computer Science Vice Chair Lukasz Kurgan, Ph.D., named editor-in-chief of international journal

Peer-reviewed Biomolecules lies at the intersection between chemistry, biology, molecular medicine and material science.

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