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My greatest achievement

Ken Williamson joined the College of Engineering as an undergrad, stayed for his master’s degree, returned as a professor, and eventually became a school head. Now, a decade into his ‘retirement,’ he’s a key industry partner.

Closing in on exascale simulations

Led by Todd Palmer, the Center for Exascale Monte Carlo Neutron Transport, or CEMeNT, is developing neutron transport simulations for the world’s fastest computers.

Racing to space

Jill Lewis, ’11, says her experiences as a student on the Global Formula Racing team helped her to launch a career in composites engineering — on a trajectory that landed her at SpaceX.

From Zimbabwe to Corvallis

Blessed Ndlovu, B.S. ’20, reflects on how far he’s come — and what he misses most — from his rural African home, 10,000 miles away.