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Senior Design Projects: A Fitting Capstone to Four Years

Every senior in the College of Engineering is required to complete a capstone project. It's a different challenge in each department, but all projects start from the ground up. Some, like the projects for aerospace engineering majors, really take flight.

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Even before Graduation, Engineers Bring Solutions to Life

At graduation engineering students step away from the classroom and into the engineering profession. Often, however, they have already had experiences working as engineers and coming up with solutions to real-life challenges.

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2017 Naughton Fellows Announced: More than 20 Students to Participate in Stem Exchange Program

nwelding • Date: May 2, 2017

Twenty-four students have been named recipients of the Naughton Fellowships for 2017. The research fellowships were awarded to undergraduate, Masters, and Ph.D. students from the University of Notre Dame and from five universities in Ireland.

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Alumni News

Alumni News

Two former Aerospace and Mechanical PhD graduates accept academic positions.

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Jonathan MacArt – Leading a Numerical Experiment

Jonathan MacArt

Before college, Jonathan MacArt had no idea what an engineer did. He did however, progress from building Legos as a kid to disassembling lawn mowers and other devices with motors of different kinds and reassembling them into new things to ultimately building a miniature biodiesel refinery in the backyard with this father. Seeing a permeating interest in understanding how things work, MacArt’s parents encouraged him to pursue engineering, which he did at the University of Notre Dame.

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