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Habib Chamoun-Nicolas, adjunct professor in the Sever Institute, shares his experiences educating engineers and what makes Sever special.
Joe Scherrer, director of the Cybersecurity Strategic Initiative, sheds light on cyberattack activity since the pandemic.
The national ranking is based on data, student and alumni reviews.
The third annual event provides alumnae and students with opportunities to network and learn from one another.
Lorendo co-taught Communication Excellence for Influential Leadership, a very popular graduate course in public speaking and communications, with Thomas Gregory, her longtime business partner and friend.
Program co-created by Washington University and Mastercard provides next-level education to address regional cybersecurity skills gap.
A summer seminar series on 'Education, Engineering & Race' yielded feedback and input from attendees on social injustice, racism and inequities.
“The attack techniques evolve literally on a day-to-day basis.”.
Sever students Courtney Prentiss and Patrick Murray won awards at the second annual Project Precast Design Competition, hosted by the PCI Foundation.