Construction as a Teaching Tool

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Seaver College of Science and Engineering is using the construction of its new life sciences home as a unique learning opportunity for its civil engineering students. Geotechnical and structural engineering … Read more

Engineering and Beyond

The growth of interdisciplinary education in the Frank R. Seaver College of Science and Engineering is as strong as our commitment to the Jesuit and Marymount traditions that guide us. … Read more

Small Scale, Big Impact

Nanotechnology, with its ability to manipulate matter at the molecular level, is at the forefront of research in fields as diverse as organic chemistry, molecular biology, semiconductor physics and surface … Read more

Jeremy McCallum Receives Grant

PI: Jeff Phillips Co-PI’s: Clemmer, McCallum and Zachariah Grant Date: June 1, 2011 – June 1, 2013   The Problem-solving Examples with Narration for Students (PENS) project is creating and assessing instructional materials … Read more

Building a 21st Century Space

Completed in January 2011, the Collaborative Learning Center, in the south wing of Pereira Hall, consists of a large multipurpose space, two multipurpose rooms, a large classroom, a computer lab … Read more