School of Engineering News
ENGINEERING STUDENTS RECEIVE PRESTIGIOUS SCHOLARSHIPS FROM AUTOCAM MEDICAL
February 18, 2021
Autocam Medical was founded by John Kennedy, past Chairperson of the Grand Valley State University (GVSU) Board of Trustees, and has been a long-time supporter of the GVSU Seymour & Esther Padnos College of Engineering & Computing (PCEC).
Roger That! conference this year offers a virtual conference with a vast slate of experts
February 10, 2021
Astronaut Roger B. Chaffee was a graduate of Grand Rapids Central High School. Image Credit: Courtesy photo For this year's fifth annual Roger That! conference, organizers like to point out that the "V" for the number five is for "virtual."
PCEC'S Top 10 Stories of 2020
January 27, 2021
2020 was an unusual year for most due to COVID, and the GVSU Padnos College of Engineering & Computing was no exception! Many of our most popular news stories from 2020 highlighted the efforts of PCEC students, alumni, employees, and the community coming
GVSU EMC DIRECTOR RECOGNIZED BY "IN COMPLIANCE" MAGAZINE AS A COMPLIANCE ENGINEERING LEADER
January 21, 2021
Dr. Bogdan Adamczyk, Director of the GVSU Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) Center and professor of electrical engineering, has been selected as one of this year�s �Faces in Compliance� by In Compliance magazine for his training and education leadership
PADNOS COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND COMPUTING GETS BUDGET BOOST
January 19, 2021
As Grand Valley State University moves forward into the second half of the school year, many of the same challenges the university faced from 2020 will still need to be addressed in 2021. One of those major challenges was balancing the university budget,
MIBIZ ARTICLE HIGHLIGHTS ENGINEERING ALUM'S IMPACT ON MANUFACTURING INDUSTRY
January 5, 2021
While Jake Hall might not tout the same beastly social media metrics as some famous American socialites, he considers himself a rare influencer in the manufacturing industry.
College of Engineering and Computing earns grant for combined degree program
August 25, 2020
Grand Valley's Padnos College of Engineering and Computing has been awarded a nearly $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF)
Building the Future
February 19, 2020
Growing up spending a lot of time working in the garage with his dad, Johnathan Otterbein, Class of 2020, has been interested in how things work from a young age. Because of this, it only made sense that he chose to be a mechanical engineering major.
Faculty, students conduct solar energy research
December 10, 2019
Engineering faculty members Heidi Jiao and Chris Pung are conducting research on coatings to protect solar panels. Power from the sun is driving innovative research. Photo Credit: Kendra Stanley-Mills
Grand Valley student engineers build custom swing for child with special needs
November 25, 2019
Sarah Truax, right, smiles as her daughter, Alexis, rides in a custom-built swing made by Grand Valley engineering students. Photo Credit: Tony Packer