At the 2019 GW Engineering Hall of Fame, the School of Engineering and Applied Science inducted three alumni and former SEAS dean Dr. David Dolling. SEAS also paid tribute to Dr. Dolling for his decade of leadership that transformed the school.
This National Science Foundation video captures the research that Dr. Megan Leftwich and her lab are doing with sea lions at the Smithsonian National Zoo, studying the flow of water around their flippers in order to improve propulsion for ships, underwater drones, and other submerged objects.
Dr. John Lach officially began his role as dean of SEAS on August 15, but he was hard at work for several weeks prior to that, meeting with leaders across GW and SEAS and assessing opportunities for the school.
Dr. Goodall recently visited Dr. James Hahn’s Motion Capture and Analysis Laboratory, where researchers captured her likeness and movements as part of the “Virtual Jane” project. Read the GW Today article.
SEAS has officially launched the SEAS Center for Women in Engineering, a landmark program that serves as a model to overcome the challenges facing women faculty, staff, students, and alumni in engineering.
Five SEAS research teams showcased cancer-fighting plasma tools, a data privacy app, wearable health sensors, and more, as they represented GW at the annual eMerge Americas conference, the premier technology event that links Latin America to the rest of the world. Read the GW Today article.