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Winslow Sargeant has built a career that blends innovation and venture capitalism with a commitment to engineering education and academia in general. His expertise is nationally respected: August 18, President Barack Obama appointed Sargeant to be chief counsel of advocacy for the Small Business Administration.
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Adam Richards, a senior in electrical and computer engineering at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, provides an inside look at “eMOO,” the university’s latest vehicle designed for the national Hybrid Vehicle Challenge.
College of Engineering alumni, faculty and staff gathered at the Capital Brewery Beer Garden in Middleton, WI, on August 17, 2010 for one last hurrah before the upcoming semester.
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Thinking about visiting the college? Two great opportunities await you this fall: A Sept. 23 Distinguished Alumni Lecture by Qualcomm Inc. Vice President Jim Thompson, and the 63rd annual Engineers’ Day on Oct 8.
Angela Pakes Ahlman has a scene from an old grade-school environmental education film seared into memory. It depicts a factory belching thick smoke into the sky, while in the foreground, a pipe spews an oily plume into a river.
In the late 1970s era that produced the federal Superfund toxic cleanup program, this was the quintessential symbol of pollution. But today, Pakes Ahlman’s environmental focus is on something less obvious, yet more pervasive in our lives. (more…)
Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Susan Hagness created the course Introduction to Society’s Grand Challenges to show students the impact engineers can make on the world.
“Several years ago, the National Academy of Engineering identified 14 Grand Challenges for the coming decade. It’s important for us to introduce students to these responsibilities and opportunities as soon as possible so that they can be inspired by these challenges.”