Brown University School of Engineering


University Awards

Shukla Awarded Henry Merritt Wriston Fellowship

Assistant Professor of Engineering Anita Shukla has been awarded a Henry Merritt Wriston Fellowship for 2018-2019. Shukla is one of five recipients of the fellowship which is awarded each year to regular untenured members of the Brown faculty (assistant professors and lecturers) who have achieved a record of excellence in teaching and scholarship during their first years at the University.

University Seed Funding

Four Engineering Faculty Receive University Seed Funding Awards

Twenty-five Brown researchers, including four from the School of Engineering, are receiving University research awards through 16 Research Seed grants, totaling almost $845,000. Research Seed Funding awards are competitively awarded and help faculty more successfully advance competitive research proposals by supporting the generation of preliminary data, pursuing new directions or collaborations in research, and other endeavors. 

JHU Healthcare Design Comp

Brown Biomedical Engineers Take Top Prize at Johns Hopkins Competition

Four Brown engineering students, Celina Hsieh ’18, Ileana Pirozzi ’18, Gian Ignacio ’18 and Berke Buyukkucak ’18, teamed up with Rhode Island School of Design senior Emily Holtzman to capture first place in the 2018 Johns Hopkins Healthcare Design Competition. The group’s senior capstone project, EmboNet, won the Advanced Health Systems category recently sponsored by Boston Scientific and Johns Hopkins University.


Brown Biomedical Engineering Seniors Take First at Northeast Bioengineering Conference

Brown Engineering’s Owen Leary ’18, Zakir Tahir ’18, Rohan Rastogi ’18 and Noah Trac ’18 took first place in the Image and Signal Acquisition category at the recent Northeast Bioengineering Conference (NEBEC) with their project “Polymeric Electrode Placement Catheter Design with Steel Inserts for Peel-Away Removal in Deep Brain Stimulation.” The conference was hosted by Drexel’s School of Biomedical Engineering Science and Health Systems.

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