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Magazine - Spring 2021

Racial justice in engineering

In Engineering Momentum, we frequently tell you about the strengths and opportunities in McKelvey School of Engineering and the progress toward new goals. However, this story takes a different tack: Here we address the challenges we face as a school in addressing diversity, equity and inclusion, as well as where we have fallen short and how we plan to improve.

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Diversity, Equity & Inclusion

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Our faculty push the boundaries

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The new complex for the McKelvey School of Engineering sits on the northeast corner of WashU's Danforth Campus. This area includes five academic buildings with research laboratories and specialized facilities that support the school's intellectual vision and plans.

Since 2000, more than $275 million has been invested in new and renovated engineering space. 

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The best things happen at the intersection of disciplines

At McKelvey Engineering students have the freedom to follow their passion and make a difference in the world. What's your path?

Engineering by the numbers

No. 14
Biomedical Engineering graduate program ranking in U.S. News
increase in research awards during the past seven years
of first-year students are women or from underrepresented backgrounds

Support for PhD students

PhD students in McKelvey Engineering are fully-funded, including full tuition support and health insurance. 

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