Michigan biomedical engineer Matthew O’Donnell to lead UW engineering

By Rob Harrill

March 16, 2006

Matthew O’Donnell, chair of the Biomedical Engineering Department at the University of Michigan and a researcher who explores imaging technologies in biomedicine, has been named new dean of the University of Washington College of Engineering and first holder of the Frank and Julie Jungers Endowed Deanship in Engineering.

Jimmy Carter, Bill Gates brave howling winds to open new bioengineering and genomic sciences building

By Rob Harrill

March 9, 2006




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Eggers elected to National Academy of Engineering

By Rob Harrill

February 16, 2006

Susan Eggers, a professor in the UW’s Department of Computer Science & Engineering and co-inventor of a revolutionary computer processing technology that changed commercial industry standards, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering.

UW’s Eggers elected to National Academy of Engineering

By Rob Harrill

February 13, 2006

Susan Eggers, a professor in the University of Washington’s Department of Computer Science & Engineering and co-inventor of a revolutionary computer processing technology that changed commercial industry standards, has been elected to the National Academy of Engineering.

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