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Mohammad Moussa

Feb 21, 2023

Silent spring

Voices demanding democratic reforms have mostly been silenced in the Middle East since the Arab Spring revolutions more than a decade ago. For a time, Mohammad Moussa helped elevate those voices for an American audience through poetry. Learn how his work as a spoken word artist was shaped by loss and grief and resonates to this day. 

Sanskriti Deva speaks from behind lecturn during an annual AAAS meeting.

Feb 20, 2023

ECE student takes an international stage

Sanskriti Deva, a junior in computer engineering, is staying busy this week as a featured speaker at the United Nations Association Global Engagement Summit and Havard’s annual WECode Conference.  

Radhika Venkatraman

Dec 7, 2022

Taking a seat at the table

Radhika Venkatraman has always been willing to raise her hand to take on challenging opportunities — and to share what she has learned from her experiences with other female engineers. 

Simulation of The Matrix background.

Mar 3, 2022

Researchers show they can steal data during homomorphic encryption

Homomorphic encryption is considered a next generation data security technology. 

Jan 4, 2021

College of Engineering alumna Katie Wassell ’15 uses AI to help people local and abroad

The University Honors and Scholars Program recently caught up with Scholars Program and College of Engineering alumna Katie, who now works as a software engineer at IBM. 

COE Students honored at Chancellor Abroad Scholarship reception

Apr 18, 2018

College of Engineering students receive Chancellor’s Study Abroad Scholarship

At an awards ceremony earlier this month, 46 recipients of the 2017-18 Chancellor’s Study Abroad Scholarship were recognized for their commitment to on-campus and international academic achievement. Of the 46 recipients, 11 students are from the College of Engineering.