After being awarded a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship, biomedical engineer Leah Gutzwiller (’23) is about to scootch her “Home Sweet Home” about 8,000 miles—to Taiwan. “I am so honored to be awarded a Fulbright,” said Gutzwiller. “I still have days where I am in shock.” The Fulbright will support Gutzwiller for 11 months while she […]
Biomedical engineering student Trinity Frantz toured Milan over the course of three weeks during a Materials Engineering in Milan study abroad excursion.
Tickle College of Engineering students Alexandria Carter and Taylor Gingrich each won funding for their ideas during the Graves Business Plan Competition.
“Paul’s dream has always been to be a professional baseball player,” says the elder Komistek. “As much as I would love to see him follow my path in engineering, this would mean he missed out on his real dream.”
Wearable Sensors Could Improve Treatment for Motor-Skill Impairments Every year in the United States almost 800,000 people suffer a stroke, an affliction which results in blood flow being cut off from the brain. Strokes can impair mobility, speech, and cognition. The recovery process and the ability to return to normal life can be daunting for […]