“We strongly believed in the necessity of providing UTSA engineering students with the tools they need to succeed,” said Alvidrez’s Yvette Krohn in her notification email to Dean Maloney.
-- Tuesday, Feb. 17: Video Conference with Alumnus John Collins
Biotechnology, Sciences and Engineering Building Room 2.102, 1-2 p.m.
John Collins, a UTSA electrical and computer-engineering alumnus, is part of the Microsoft XBOX 360 development and testing team. He will conduct a videoconference with students and discuss his experiences as a UTSA engineering student, his life post-graduation and his career with Microsoft. The event will include free pizza and soft drinks. The first 50 attendees will receive free COE backpacks and pens.
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Graduates of the UTSA Mechanical Engineering Program will demonstrate the following:
(outcomes 1 through 12 refer to ABET accreditation student outcomes (a) through (l), respectively)
-- Wednesday, Feb. 18: Student Organizations Expo
Biotechology, Sciences and Engineering Building Kleberg Commons, 2-5 p.m.
Weather permitting, the Student Organizations Expo will run concurrently with the Engineering Career Expo to introduce students to UTSA engineering-focused social and service organizations.A team of UTSA biomedical engineering researchers led by Drs. Joo Ong and C. Mauli Agrawal has been awarded a $2 million grant by the U.S. Army’s Medical Research and Materiel Command and the Institute for Surgical Research (ISR). This grant, the largest the UTSA College of Engineering has received to date, will support the development of a multifunctional implant to assist in the regeneration of bone in large defects caused by trauma. Soldiers wounded in combat and civilians alike will benefit from the advancements in bone regeneration technology developed as a result of the grant.