Astronaut Bernard Harris inspires kids to fulfill their STEM dreams at the ExxonMobil Bernard Harris Summer Science Camp.
Rose-Hulman’s underwater remotely operated vehicle team is competing on the global stage.
Biochemistry student Abigail Etters recently completed a year-long project studying the effects of green tea on breast cancer estrogen receptors.
Students collaborate on innovative ideas in the classroom, research lab, and in internships, including those at Rose-Hulman Ventures. “We found ways to use sawdust to form charcoal to help power small villages.”—Thomas White, chemical engineering.
Students are leaving a sustainable mark on campus through projects, coursework, and organizations.
Seniors use their knowledge and creativity to complete a variety of design projects for clients around the community, country, and world.
Members of Rose-Hulman’s Efficient Vehicles team are winning the attention of organizations such as SpaceX, thanks to the hands-on experience and problem-solving opportunities they gain.
Combined interests in photography and theater, senior Nathan Montgomery has showcased the institute’s vibrant performing arts.
Senior Thomas Foulkes is among select student group providing valuable insight on the undergraduateengineering experience.
Brookings Institution cites Rose-Hulman as a top value-added college.
Rose-Hulman ranks among nation’s best in PayScale’s Return on Investment Report.
PRISM program gives teachers tools to expand youth’s STEM interests
Chris and Kristin Quick’s RealBotics’ Website to Allow Internet Control of Devices
Renat Letfullin Named SPIE Fellow for Contributions to Nanotechnology
Students Take Innovation and Entrepreneurship to Global Stage