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Rooted in the university's interdisciplinary education and in the College of Integrated Science and Engineering's philosophy of innovation and real-life problem-solving, JMU produces engineers who design with people in mind.
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April 28, 2016
JMU team placed first in the "Caring for the Caregiver Hack: Advancing Caregiver Health Through Innovations” in downtown Richmond in March.
April 25, 2016
What can faculty do when they can't find an appropriate textbook for the subject they're teaching? In the case of three JMU faculty members, the answer was simple: Write their own textbook.
April 13, 2016
Behind chopper-style handlebars, Syerra Cesar feels in control being able to finally ride a bike. Her cushy chair is built with parts of a mattress pad from a student’s freshman year dorm.
April 13, 2016
JMU partnered with University Innovation Fellows to host the second annual Hackathon on April 1 and 2. For 24 hours, students of all majors came together to compete and create innovative solutions.
March 23, 2016
JMU’s Department of Engineering is providing students with the ability to promote their work experience using an online platform. Through collaboration with JMU's Digital Communication Consulting (DigiComm), students are promoting their accomplishments by creating e-portfolios.
Feburary 19, 2016
From Velcro to airplane wings to barbed wire, the natural world's influence on engineering solutions is ubiquitous, but materials and courses for teaching bio-inspired design are limited.
February 16, 2016
With nearly $15,000 already in their pockets, a group of JMU engineering students is hoping to earn $75,000 more this spring to create wearable air quality sensors. Why would anyone want to wear an air quality sensor?
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Welcome from Engineering
This is an exciting time for the Department of Engineering. We've grown in the three years since our formation with a few faculty and no students to a robust program with a growing faculty and hundreds of students. More >