Across Disciplines. Across the World.

The School of Engineering & Applied Science at Washington University in St. Louis aspires to discover the unknown, educate students and serve society. Our strategy focuses intellectual efforts through a new convergence paradigm and builds on strengths, particularly as applied to medicine and health, energy and environment, and security. Through innovative partnerships with academic and industry partners — across disciplines and across the world — we will contribute to solving the greatest global challenges of the 21st century.

Washington University in St. Louis is dedicated to challenging its faculty and students alike to seek new knowledge and greater understanding of an ever-changing, multicultural world.

"The Domain Tech Report" features IDEALabs

Joe McDonald, Avik Som and Josh Siegel of IDEALabs, a bioengineering design and entrepreneurship incubator composed of a group of Washington University Engineering and Medical students, sat down with Edward Domain on “The Domain Tech Report” to discuss how the group’s members work with physicians and researchers to solve problems seen in clinical care. IDEALabs is a joint venture of the School of Medicine, School of Engineering & Applied Science and the Division of Biology and Biomedical Sciences (DBBS).  Teams of undergraduate, medical students and graduate students work together to create solutions to real clinical problems.

To see the longer version of the interview, visit: youtube.com/watch?v=JC4qVQ9XLBM.

Happy Holidays from Dean Quatrano and Mrs. Quatrano!

Vertigo 2013 allowed Engineering students to use what they learn in the classroom to ensure that the highlight of the event — a wireless, computer-controlled dance floor made of 32 modules, 1 billion colors and 32,000 lumens of LED lights — was ready for the 1,600 dancers. Take a look at this year’s event.

Share your Engineering Orientation experience on Instagram!
Post photos from Engineering Orientation on Instagram and use #wustleng2017 and @wustlengineers. The winning image will be selected Tuesday, Aug. 27 and shared on Engineering social media. The winner will also receive a special prize!
Contest entries will be accepted starting Thursday, Aug. 22, 2013. All entries must be posted by Monday, Aug. 26 at midnight.
The winners will be announced on Tuesday, Aug. 27.
Questions? Email Bridget Wiegman at wiegmanb@wustl.edu.

Share your Engineering Orientation experience on Instagram!

Post photos from Engineering Orientation on Instagram and use #wustleng2017 and @wustlengineers. The winning image will be selected Tuesday, Aug. 27 and shared on Engineering social media. The winner will also receive a special prize!

Contest entries will be accepted starting Thursday, Aug. 22, 2013. All entries must be posted by Monday, Aug. 26 at midnight.

The winners will be announced on Tuesday, Aug. 27.

Questions? Email Bridget Wiegman at wiegmanb@wustl.edu.

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Rainy day phonecall. At Whittaker Hall, Washington University in St. Louis.
(Practicing painting environments from life that integrate both indoor and outdoor lighting for warm/cool contrast. )

Check out this great painting of Whitaker Hall!

godoodlego:

Rainy day phonecall. At Whittaker Hall, Washington University in St. Louis.

(Practicing painting environments from life that integrate both indoor and outdoor lighting for warm/cool contrast. )

Check out this great painting of Whitaker Hall!

Source: godoodlego
Engineering e-News
The January issue of Engineering e-News is out! This month’s issue featured alumnus David Hall’s startup for drug delivery and “20 minutes with Assistant Professor Marcus Foston.”

Engineering e-News

The January issue of Engineering e-News is out! This month’s issue featured alumnus David Hall’s startup for drug delivery and “20 minutes with Assistant Professor Marcus Foston.”

Source: engineering.wustl.edu

Alumnus Jim McKelvey, the co-founder of Square, was honored at the 2012 Alumni Achievement Awards. Save the date for 2013!

Source: youtube.com
Vertigo is the annual dance party where students dance on a wireless computer-controlled modular dance floor designed and built by students. View more photos on Facebook.

Vertigo is the annual dance party where students dance on a wireless computer-controlled modular dance floor designed and built by students. View more photos on Facebook.

Preston M. Green Hall is a new gateway into the Washington University in St. Louis campus.

Preston M. Green Hall is a new gateway into the Washington University in St. Louis campus.

"The atmosphere is what sets Washington University apart. Not only in the sense of great conversation in the classroom, but also in the way that students work together to achieve far beyond their peers at other institutions.” – Associate Professor Guy Genin

"The atmosphere is what sets Washington University apart. Not only in the sense of great conversation in the classroom, but also in the way that students work together to achieve far beyond their peers at other institutions.” Associate Professor Guy Genin