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One Undergraduate Focuses on Malaria Research

One Undergraduate Focuses on Malaria Research

Cara Ravasio, a junior in the Department of Electrical Engineering, is working with Professor Scott Howard to determine how electronic signals could disable disease-carrying mosquitoes.

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EE in Space Exploration: An Interview with Alumna Kathy Laurini

EE in Space Exploration: An Interview with Alumna Kathy Laurini

NDEE alumna Kathy Laurini shares about her 36-year career with NASA — starting the Human Research Program, balancing career and family and, of course, why Notre Dame will always hold a special place in her memory and life.

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Zorlutuna Receives 2019 Women in Engineering Impact Award

Zorlutuna Receives 2019 Women in Engineering Impact Award

On Sunday, March 3, during the women’s basketball game between the University of Notre Dame’s Lady Irish and the University of Virginia Cavaliers, the 2019 Catherine F. Pieronek Women in Engineering Impact Award was presented to Pinar Zorlutuna, associate professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering.

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Engineers Abroad: Six Weeks in Italy

Engineers Abroad: Six Weeks in Italy

Tourists who visit the Eternal City immerse themselves into the food and the art of Rome, trying to soak up as much of the Italian culture as possible. They visit the ancient ruins, the Vatican, and the many beautiful churches in the city. But when you’re an engineering undergraduate, especially when you’re enrolled in the Rome Summer Engineering Program like Isabella Delgado-Castillo and Teayanna Leytham, you pack a lot more into six weeks than the typical traveler.

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Rising sophomore selected for Fulbright Summer Institute in Scotland

Rising sophomore selected for Fulbright Summer Institute in Scotland

Teayanna Leytham will join a small group of fellow U.S. undergraduate students at the U.S.-U.K. Fulbright Commission’s Summer Institute on Technology, Innovation and Creativity, a three-week academic and cultural program in Glasgow, Edinburgh and the Scottish Highlands, from July 23 to Aug. 10.

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