Opus College News and Events
Dr. Kristina Ropella, dean of the the College of Engineering, discusses how self-awareness and vulnerability can help leaders foster a culture of innovation and help students develop an entrepreneurial mindset in this talk for the KEEN National Conference.
Dr. Frank Pintar, chair of the joint Marquette and Medical College of Wisconsin department of Biomedical Engineering discussed how work in the Vehicle Crashworthiness Lab is helping improve driver safety with NPR radio.
Reimagining engineering graduate education: Practicing engineers can advance their careers with flexible and affordable graduate certificates tailored to their interests and career goals. Learn more and apply today.
Powering the Future: Dr. Ayman EL-Refaie was awarded $5 million from Department of Energy: Read about research to develop the next generation of electric-drive drivetrains.
Marquette engineers are partnering with Children's Hospital of Wisconsin to customize vehicles for children with mobility challenges. "The Marquette Engineering team has been critical to the success of the program," said pediatric occupational therapist, Allison Friel. "We basically say, "Could we do this?," and they say, "Sure!" Check out this inspiring video.
Leading through Service during COVID
Students, alumni and faculty from the College of Engineering are using their talents to help people register for COVID vaccines through the MassVaxx project. Learn how they are Being the Difference.
Opus College of Engineering Magazine
E-Lead doubles capacity to welcome students from across disciplines.
Marquette Engineers get hands-on industry experience through co-ops, internships, research and more.