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Opus College News and Events

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Engineers celebrate curiosity and creativity at the Opus College of Engineering’s Undergraduate Research Day

Celebrating Students

Industry and Community Collaboration

Engineering Industry Relations: Get in touch to discuss your needs and explore areas of collaboration – hiring, professional development, research, design projects and more.

Workshops and Short Courses: Discover accessible, immediate development opportunities for professionals.

Flexible graduate certificates: Explore new graduate certificates designed to enhance careers and meet the needs of industry.

Pre-college programming: Check out programs designed to inspire future STEM leaders - including Girls Who Code (6-9th grade), Summer Engineering Experiences (high school) and more.

student and child engaging with adapted toy

Marquette engineers, occupational therapy students and local high school students modify over 240 adapted toys for children

Leading Research

Dr. Qindan Huang receives U.S. Department of Transfportation grant to evaluate metal corrosion prevention method

Environmental engineering faculty collaborate on second $3.8 million Department of Defense grant for clean water solutions.

Dr. Ayman EL-Refaie received a $4 million Department of Energy grant.

Dr. Brian Schmit received $3.34 million from the NIH for multiple sclerosis research.

Dr. Bing Yu received $1.54 million from NIH to help better detect tumors during breast conserving surgeries.  

Dr. Amit Joshi received $1.78 million from the NIH Cancer Institute.

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