Access to Opportunities

Most of the Volgenau School's departments offer a year-long intensive senior design capstone class where students get the opportunity to work with researchers, industry partners, and non-profits to solve real-world engineering problems.

Engineering a New Way

The new College of Engineering and Computing will enrich all students's skills.

Aiding Hospital Response

Elise Miller-Hooks, a team of researchers, and the World Bank collaborated to create a web portal that supports models for hospital response to COVID-19.

Mason Engineering and COVID-19

Mason researchers, students, and alumni are making strides to solve problems created by COVID-19.

Patriots Helping Patriots

Mason's Giving Day is over, but you can still contribute.

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Ken Walsh stands in a white-painted building leaning on a railing.
Chief of staff and civil engineer brings diverse background to his job
Chief of staff and civil engineer brings diverse background to his job

Ken Walsh, Mason President Gregory Washington's chief of staff, utilizes his engineering experience to build bridges in the Mason community.  

SaidAhmed SaidAhmed in a colorful jacket sitting outside with a baseball cap on.
Student leader combines creativity, culture, and computer science
Student leader combines creativity, culture, and computer science

Computer science major SaidAhmed SaidAhmed connects his creative passions to his computer science skills. 

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Lance Sherry standing outside with a bright blue sky and a plane flying through the air.
NASA award to prevent airline accidents
NASA award to prevent airline accidents

Lance Sherry in the Department of Systems Engineering and Operations Research and other researchers created a unique way to help prevent airline accidents.