January 2021

January 8, 2021
Women's Swimming & Diving Analyzing situations is something senior Delaney Carey is used to doing. The key for Carey in working towards long-term goals is putting her head down and grinding towards it.
January 6, 2021
By Howon Lee When first developed in the 1980s, 3D printing seemed like something out of science fiction. Yet in recent years, 3D printing, or additive manufacturing, has jumped in popularity. Makers of everything from jewelry to biomedical devices have embraced its ability to print three-dimensional objects quickly and economically from all variety of materials ranging from metals and rubber to chocolate and living cells.
January 5, 2021
SoE Seniors to Perform Virtually with the CBDNA Intercollegiate Marching Band 
January 5, 2021
Rutgers engineers’ invention can become color-changing ‘artificial muscle’ Inspired by the color-changing skin of cuttlefish, octopuses and squids, Rutgers engineers have created a 3D-printed smart gel that changes shape when exposed to light, becomes “artificial muscle” and may lead to new military camouflage, soft robotics and flexible displays.

December 2020

December 15, 2020
Rutgers School of Engineer’s Dario Pompili, a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE), has been named a 2021 Fellow of IEEE, recognized for his contributions to underwater acoustic communication networks. IEEE is a leading professional association for advancing technology in areas ranging from aerospace systems, computers and telecommunications to biomedical engineering, electric power and consumer electronics.
December 4, 2020
Prabhas Moghe aims to move Rutgers forward through difficult times Prabhas Moghe believes in pushing boundaries and taking strategic risks. If something isn’t working right, he wants to know why. His drive to unravel a problem, understand it and come up with a solution is the same whether he is researching ways to help prevent and treat disease or motivating students to come to class on time with a pushup challenge.

November 2020

November 23, 2020
At the Rutgers School of Engineering, student success is the top priority. “We make a commitment to our students when they first come to the school that we are there to help them succeed,” says associate dean Ilene Rosen. Yet for students facing an array of challenges posed by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Engineering Emergency Fund is there to help.
November 20, 2020
While at home in California, as COVID-19 and social injustice shadowed the national landscape, Rutgers-New Brunswick men’s basketball player Myles Johnson was issued a challenge markedly different from those he was used to. This one wasn’t expressed by a coach on a court or from a professor in a lab, but rather from his mother, Gigi, at dinner. “What is your mark going to be?” she asked. “What are you going to leave for the coming generations?”
November 4, 2020
John Sharkey (BS’79, MS’90), describes himself as “a pay it forward kind of guy” – which is why he and his wife Chris have established the Elsayed A. Elsayed Endowed Scholarship with a gift totaling more than $500,000.  
November 4, 2020
“The transition from the academic to business world is fraught with issues. If you’re smart enough for engineering, you’re smart enough to succeed in business. At the end of the day, surround yourself with people who care for you and support you.”  –John Sharkey