Tag: engineering

Dean named for J.B. Speed School of Engineering

Emmanuel Collins will be the next dean of the J.B. Speed School of Engineering, effective July 1 pending a tenure vote by the Speed...

Student finds ‘true fulfillment’ in International Service Learning Program

Forty-seven students, faculty and staff members flew from Louisville to Cebu, a province of the Philippines, last month with the International Service Learning Program with...

Fridge of the Future: UofL students score at FirstBuild’s MegaHackathon

Weaving through the aisles of the grocery store, you ask yourself: Are we out of milk? What about eggs? Orange juice?  In the future, your...

Blast off: UofL’s rocket team wins NASA competition

The University of Louisville’s rocket team, River City Rocketry, has always done well at the annual NASA Student Launch challenge held at NASA’s Marshall...

UofL art and design students leverage FirstBuild’s ‘limitless’ facilities

There are many tools in the artist's tool box — paint brushes, charcoal, pencils. But at the University of Louisville, students also work with...

Speed School promotes engineering with event at Central High School

UofL President Dr. Greg Postel, Speed School Dean Dr. John Usher, and engineering students spoke to more than 350 middle and high school students...

Speed School’s E-Expo: Kids learn that engineering is fun

You don’t have to be super smart to like engineering. That was the message UofL Speed School of Engineering students relayed to hundreds of...

UofL’s Hackathon offers a look at ‘cities of the future’

  What does the city of the future look like?   Well, it's smart. Really smart — sort of like the students who participated in the DerbyHacks...

Love in 3-D: How one UofL grad student engineered an engagement...

Keren Callen is in love. A graduate student in the Mechanical Engineering program, Callen has found a way to blend his passion for engineering...

Speed School debuts Central High School maker space The goal is...

The J.B. Speed School of Engineering opened its third maker space at a local school this week — this time at Central High School. The...