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Bernstein Named IEEE Fellow <more>
Bowyer Receives Award
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Collaborative Team to Develop Wireless Response System <more>
Electrical Engineers Receive NIRT Grants <more>
Engineering Advisory Council Member to Receive Lifetime Achievement Award <more>
Kijewski-Correa Receives Marshall Award <more>
Kogge Presents at CRA Conference <more>
Laneman and Poellabauer Receive NSF CAREER Awards <more>
New Instrument Produces Nanostructures without Lithography <more>
Paolucci Named ASME Fellow <more>
Sain Receives Meritorious Service Award <more>
Several Faculty Honored
for Highly-cited Papers   <more>
Westerink Briefs Congressional Committee
on Storm Surge <more>



Three Notre Dame Students Receive Society of Women Engineers Scholarships 

Rebecca Hainley, Lindsay Gilmour, and Leigh Hickman each received national scholarships from the Society of Women Engineers (SWE) for the 2005-06 academic year. Hainley, a senior mechanical engineering major from West Linn, Ore., won the GE Women’s Network Scholarship. The scholarship is one of 13 given by the organization to a student with a GPA higher than 3.0. Gilmour, a freshman engineering intent from Henderson, Nev., received money from the Exelon Corporation Scholarship Fund. The Exelon Corporation gives five scholarships a year to first year-students in an engineering discipline. The Admiral Grace Murray Hopper Fund awarded Hickman, a freshman engineering intent from Maitland, Fla., a scholarship. This is one of five scholarships given to first year-students with a preference to those intending to study computer science. 
A nationally recognized non-profit service organization, SWE gives support and guidance to women engineers and engineering students. SWE’s goals are to increase awareness of women’s opportunities in engineering, as well as to help women overcome obstacles encountered in the field. At the University of Notre Dame, Catherine F. Pieronek is the director of the Women’s Engineering Program and the advisor for the SWE-ND section board. 
For more information on the Notre Dame SWE program, <click here>



Student News

CSE Students Finish Ninth in ACM Contest <more>

Dai Receives Honorable Mention at Bioengineering Conference <more>

Electrical Engineering Students Establish Amateur Radio Club <more>
Engineering Industry Day Features 70 Companies <more>
Introduction to Engineering Program Hosts High School Students <more>
SWE Awards Scholarships to Notre Dame Engineers <more>

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