Dear Speed School Graduates:

You have made it to the finish line and are about to embark upon your professional career or graduate school. This is an exciting time for not only you, but for your families and friends who have supported your journey.

As you prepare for your next endeavor, let your good times and even those negative and difficult experiences be seeds for positive and constructive growth here and beyond. I encourage you to make an impact that matters.

Finally, know that you are always a part of the Speed School family. We want you to stay connected to us and invite to stay engaged as alum through the Speed School Mentor Alliance, panel discussions and other opportunities. We want to hear from you often. Share your successes with us.

I wish you great success in all your future stages of life. I am confident that you will represent Speed School and the University of Louisville well.

Warmest Regards,

Emmanuel Collins

Outstanding Student: Dylan Boone

Chemical Engineering senior Dylan Boone has been named Speed School's 2022 Outstanding Student and Banner Bearer for May's commencement.

Congratulations Graduates

Earning a bachelor degree in engineering from the University of Louisville takes dedication, determination, grit and resilience. A strong foundation paired with a hands-on learning approach to specialized disciplines and real-world work experience gained during three co-op rotations, prepares our engineers ready to enter the workforce full-time upon graduation.

Cuban Refugees Graduate Together

Dariel and Damian Fuentes Brunelis emigrated to the United States from Cuba as sixteen-year olds. Like many twins, they possess a close bond and mutual interests. They will graduate with BS degrees in chemical engineering.

Advanced Degrees

A master’s degree in engineering from the University of Louisville takes a student’s commitment to excellence one step further from academic achievement to mastery of the art and science of engineering. Exploration, research and connection to career and life goals no matter what discipline means experienced engineers working for our cities, environment, manufacturing, medical community, higher education, computer sciences and more. Upholding the Cardinal core principles by making a difference in the field and in communities from small to global is the trademark of a Speed School graduate.

Doctoral Degrees

PhD is the pinnacle of academic accomplishment and is highly regarded as a scholarly achievement in research. We salute these exceptional engineers and look forward to seeing how they change the world with their innovative research and ideas.

John M. Houchens Prize Recipient

Heba ElSayed Mohamed Kandil's research explores Machine Learning Approaches for Early Prediction of Hypertension.