Opus College News and Events

A Model for Teaching Excellence: Dr. Taly Gilat-Schmidt, professor of biomedical engineering was recognized with Marquette's highest teaching honor, the Reverend John P. Raynor, S.J., Faculty Award for Teaching Excellence at the Père Marquette celebration May 6. 

Leadership needs a hard shift: Does Willie Wonka hold the secret? 

Kris ropella keen talk

Dr. Kristina Ropella, dean of the Opus College of Engineering, discusses how self-awareness and vulnerability can help foster a culture of innovation in this talk for the KEEN National Conference.

Reimagining engineering graduate education with flexible and affordable graduate certificate programs that allow practicing engineers to tailor learning to advance their careers. 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.

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.

Commencement Events: May 22-23  

Design Day: Nearly 900 people celebrated the innovative design of College of Engineering students Friday, May 7. See the program and projects here.

2021 Opus College of Engineering Honors Convocation: Proud to celebrate student and faculty excellence. Check out this fun video by Teacher of the Year, Dr. Philip Voglewede.  

Drs. Anthony Parolari, assistant  professor of civil, construction and environmental engineering and Nathan Weise, associate professor, electrical and computer engineering for being honored with Way Klingler Young Scholar Awards. 

Driving Innovation: Go Baby Go!: Watch this inspiring video to see how Marquette engineers and Children's Hospital of Wisconsin are partnering to improve the lives of children with mobility challenges.