Grove School of Engineering
July 28, 2015
Grove School Dean Barabino briefs congressional panel on new sickle cell treatment technologies
Gilda Barabino, dean of the Grove School of Engineering, was one of four experts invited to Washington on July 28 to brief the U.S. Congressional Sickle Cell and Research & Development Caucuses on promising new technologies to treat sickle cell disease. Read more...
July 8, 2015
Barabino Laboratory opens
Grove School of Engineering Dean Gilda Barabino and her research team now have a permanent place to call home.The Barabino Laboratory officially opened on July 8, giving Barabino and her seven-member team a dedicated space in which to conduct their work on vascular and orthopedic tissue engineering research. For the past two years, Barabino and her team shared an adjacent space with the lab of Distinguished Professor Mitch Schaffler, chair of the Department of Biomedical Engineering. Read more...
The future is engineered here.
Grove engineers are applying innovative solutions to the greatest challenges of our times. Whether you are just beginning your undergraduate career or finishing up your doctorate, at the Grove School of Engineering you will work with world-renown engineering mentors on cutting edge research—no surprise, as Grove faculty oversee 15 research institutes in fields that range from energy and sustainability, nanotechnology, and materials engineering to transportation and remote sensing. These institutes and other labs provide an unmatched training ground for City Engineers in the making.
Long the most popular area chosen by our undergraduates, engineering at City offers students a full compliment of degrees—BE, BS, ME, MS, MIS, and PhD—in a broad range of fields. They also have the opportunity to work with world-class mentors in advanced research laboratories.
Grove supports its students through professional development, student clubs that compete on a regional and national level, and study abroad opportunities that range from our Engineers Without Borders, whose students built a clean water system in El Salvador over several summers, to our membership in the U.S. Global Engineering Education Exchange, which will enable our students to spend a semester or a year at a foreign university.