The University of Utah’s College of Engineering has just published its fall newsletter, chock full of new stories about what’s happening in the college, including new research and exciting announcements.

Stories include the new partnership between the college and Ottobock, the world’s largest maker of prosthetics, to further develop the “Utah Bionic Leg,” a motorized prosthetic for amputees that allows them to walk with more ease. There is a profile of Professor Douglas Christensen, a legendary faculty member in the electrical and computer engineering and biomedical engineering departments who has been teaching students for five decades. And find out who are the seven faculty members to receive this year’s National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) Award, the top research award for early-career faculty.

Those and more can be found in this year’s exciting issue. Click below to read the newsletter, or click here to download a PDF of it and other past printed publications by the college.