Brown University School of Engineering

News from March, 2017

Countdown: NASA launch date for student space project nears

Lauren Haller and Roni Midyat look over a chassis for the Brown Space Engineering club's cubesat. Nick Dentamaro / Brown University:

In 2018, NASA will launch into orbit a small satellite designed and built by a team of Brown undergraduates over the past six years.

After a six-year journey to prepare for a space adventure, a team of Brown students is now just one year away from seeing an out-of-this-world dream become a reality.

ONR Award

Brown’s Shukla Receives Prestigious $1M ONR Early Career Award

Brown University Assistant Professor of Engineering Anita Shukla has been selected to receive an Office of Naval Research (ONR) Director of Research Early Career Grant. This is an extremely selective grant that will help cover research expenses up to $200K per year for five years.

IMSD Expansion

New Grant Extends IMSD Across All Sciences

Dean Andrew Campbell:
The Initiative to Maximize Student Development, which has increased the diversity of doctoral students in the life sciences and supported student achievement, will expand to serve physical sciences, engineering and mathematics.

Syndicate content Subscribe via RSS feed