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Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Featured Stories

Constructing A Legacy

Peschel stands with students on the Commercial team. The students took 3rd place at the 2017 ASC student competition in Sparks, NV.
Jason Peschel, Richard L. Silliman Distinguished Professor of Estimating, is Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture’s 2017 Reid Miller Excellence in Teaching Award recipient. With more than 25 years of combined construction and teaching experience, Peschel directs Washington State University’s in-demand Construction Management program, where four out of five students often receive job offers from industry prior to graduation. » More ...

EU support provides students, faculty with European research opportunities

Washington State University doctoral student Andrew Raub

A group of Washington State University students is participating in graduate studies in Germany, thanks to support from the European Union’s ERASMUS+ funding program. WSU is the first university in the state to receive such EU funding to support student and faculty research exchanges. » More …

Lyons’ Share

WSU student Heidi Lyons

This summer, computer science major Heidi Lyons had the unique opportunity to intern at eBay, the billion-dollar multinational e-commerce corporation based in San Jose, California.

Heidi recently sat down with us to share how her experiences in Pullman and Silicon Valley are setting her up for a bright career. » More …

Résumé Builder

Sandi Brabb, director of Voiland College’s Professional Practice and Experiential Learning program, sitting at her desk.

Disney. Boeing. Microsoft.

From Amazon to Zillow, chances are Sandi Brabb has helped a WSU student get employment at one of the nation’s leading companies.

We recently spoke with Brabb, the director of Voiland College’s Professional Practice and Experiential Learning program, to learn the ways students can get a jump on their careers before they graduate. » More …

Meet Mary

Mary Rezac is the new dean of Washington State University's Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture.

Mary Rezac is Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture’s new dean. She comes to Pullman from Kansas State University, where she served as Tim Taylor Professor of Chemical Engineering and director of Major Grant Initiatives in the College of Engineering.

Here’s a chance to get to know Mary and her thoughts on the future of Voiland College. » More …

Summer Program Offers Student Research Opportunities

Group photo of the Summer Undergraduate Research program students

This summer, 90 students from across the nation participated in WSU’s Summer Undergraduate Research program where they worked with award-winning professors in cutting-edge facilities. For many, the experience opened their eyes to the world of possibilities research offers. » More …

Taking a Risk

In 2006, Steven Saunders took a risk on research. Today, he’s reaping the reward.

It’s been a year of change for Steven Saunders.

In February, Saunders , an assistant professor in the Gene and Linda Voiland School of Chemical Engineering and Bioengineering, received a prestigious Career award from the National Science Foundation for his groundbreaking research.

In April, he received Voiland College’s Reid Miller Excellence in Teaching Award. » More …

Giving Opportunity

Ramiro Gonzalez

Strategically looking for answers, Ramiro Gonzalez gazes across his table that lies covered in papers, a ruler, textbooks, different colored pens, and a cup of tea. It’s a daily routine, as he waits for someone to help. » More …

Managing Up

Bernt Johnson at the construction site of Washington Place

Bernt Johnson, a Washington State University civil engineering alumnus and licensed structural engineer, is the primary structural engineer and project manager for the Washington Place project in Tukwila, Washington.

At 19 stories tall, Washington Place will be the tallest building in Tukwila, and signals a shift in the evolving Tukwila landscape. The building will have about 370 apartments, a 189 room hotel, and more than 500 stalls in its detached parking lot. » More …