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Engineering & Notre Dame Day 2018

AUTHOR: ND Staff

PUBLISHED: April 22, 2018

2018 Notre Dame Day, April 22-23Give. Vote. Share. You can still help ND engineers make a difference in the world. You'll also want to check out the streaming broadcasts that feature the work of our dedicated engineering faculty, staff, and students.

How Notre Dame Day works:
For your first gift of $10 or more you will receive five (5) votes. Each additional gift (minimum of $10) will receive one (1) vote per gift. You can cast your vote for the areas of the University that mean the most to you – whether it be a college, department, program, residence hall, student club, Notre Dame Club, or sport.

Voting is easy:
1.  Go to the NotreDameDay.ND.edu and search engineering

           OR

Check out the individual engineering initiatives below (direct links available).


2.  Designate both your tax-deductible gift and your votes.

3.  Not sure where to cast your votes? Check out some of the online interviews with engineering faculty and students during Notre Dame Day.

 

** ENGINEERING VIDEO INTERVIEWS **

Monday 
APRIL 23
7:41 AM

Jim Schmiedler '96 - Faculty, College of Engineering

MONDAY
APRIL 23
7:48 AM

Women in Engineering

MONDAY
APRIL 23 
8:08 AM

Diogo Bolster – Faculty, College of Engineering - Live Bald Eagle Cam at St. Patrick's Park

MONDAY
APRIL 23
9:19 AM

Antonio Simonetti -  Faculty, College of Engineering

MONDAY
APRIL 23

11:08 AM

Suman Datta - Faculty, College of Engineering

MONDAY
APRIL 23

1:35 PM

Engineers Without Borders - College of Engineering Students

MONDAY
APRIL 23

2:23 PM

Kerry Meyers – Assistant Dean, College of Engineering

MONDAY
APRIL 23
2:28 PM

Paige Rodeghero '17 - M.S. Ph.D. Student, College of Engineering

MONDAY
APRIL 23
2:39 PM

Nitesh Chawla – Director, iCeNSA & DIAL

MONDAY
APRIL 23
3:28 PM

Ashley Thrall – Faculty, College of Engineering

MONDAY
APRIL 23
6:46 PM

Notre Dame Rocketry Club - NASA college competition champions!

 

 

DIRECT LINKS TO ENGINEERING INITIATIVES

Advanced Diagnostics and Therapeutics

Department of Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering

American Institute of Aeronautics & Astronautics, University of Notre Dame

American Institute of Chemical Engineers, Notre Dame Chapter

American Society of Civil Engineers, University of Notre Dame Student Chapter

American Society of Mechanical Engineers

Baja SAE

Center for Enhanced Wind Energy Design

Center for Environmental and Science Technology

Center for Flow Physics and Control


Center for Low Energy Systems and Technology


Center for Microfluidics and Medical Diagnostics

Center for Nano Science and Technology (NDnano)

Center for Shock Wave Processing of Advanced Reactive Materials

Center for Sustainable Energy at Notre Dame (cSEND)

Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering Graduate Student Organization

Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering & Earth Sciences


Department of Computer Science and Engineering

Department of Electrical Engineering

Earthquake Engineering Research Institute - University of Notre Dame Student Chapter

Engineering Leadership Council of Notre Dame

Engineers Without Borders

Environmental Engineering Society of Notre Dame

ESTEEM: Master’s of Science in Engineering, Science, Technology, and Entrepreneurship

Hispanic Engineers and Scientists

Interdisciplinary Center for Network Science and Applications

Interdisciplinary Center for the Study of Biocomplexity

SPIE International Society for Optics and Photonics

Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE), Notre Dame Chapter

National Society of Black Engineers

Notre Dame Integrated Imaging Facility

Notre Dame Rocketry Club

Notre Dame Students Empowering through Engineering Development (NDSEED)

Society of Asian Scientists & Engineers, Notre Dame Chapter

Society of Women Engineers

Structural Engineering Institute (SEI) Notre Dame Student Chapter

Wireless Institute