Engineering News

  • CCASL Middle School Event

    Middle School Students Discover Inner Engineer
    Gonzaga University’s Society of Women Engineers (SWE) and American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) worked together at a CCASL sponsored outreach event on Saturday, March 28, 2015.

  • Emily Petersen

    Mechanical Engineering Student Receives Summer Internship with NASA
    Emily Petersen, a Gonzaga University Mechanical Engineering junior, has accepted a summer internship with NASA.  The position is with the Advanced Materials and Processing Branch at NASA's Langley Research Center in Virginia.

  • Professor Sara Ganzerli and Davide Vitaloni

    Ganzerli Works with Italian Graduate Student on Truss Design
    Professor Sara Ganzerli, PhD, has been conducting research as a mentor for an international graduate student from Italy. Davide Vitaloni spent five months working with Ganzerli at GU’s Spokane campus, working on optimal truss design.

  • KEEN Challenge

    Monthly KEEN Challenge Adds a Historical Note
    This month’s KEEN Challenge offered engineering students a chance to see how well they know their campus. 

  • Sharp Ave Senior Design Team

    Sharp Avenue Project
    A team of faculty and students are evaluating a better way to manage stormwater runoff in the actual pavement design of streets. The $67,000 research project is being done in collaboration with the City of Spokane and will develop a monitoring plan for the repaving of Sharp Avenue (in front of Gonzaga’s main campus). 

  • Dr. Claudio Talarico

    Improving Amplifiers for Fiber Optic Networks
    Professor, Claudio Talarico, is working to improve the way signals are transmitted and received by fiber optic networks. The work, done in collaboration with researchers at Google and the University of Arizona, has resulted in the design of an optimized transimpedance amplifier.

  • Dr. Timothy Day

    Ed and Bunny Renouard Distinguished Lecturer Series
    Based on a generous donation from the Renouards, the School of Engineering and Applied Science is hosting a distinguished lecturer series during the 2014-2015 academic year.