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Support for Family of Dr. Uche Abanulo Whose Tragic Passing Leaves Behind Three Young Children

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Category: In Memoriam

Published: 2016-12-08 00:00:01.000

It is with the deepest sorrow that we report the passing of Dr. Uche Abanulo, professor of electrical engineering, on the Rockville Campus. She passed away on November 25 after a brief illness.

Dr. Abanulo had a PhD in electrical engineering from Temple University in Philadelphia. She taught Introduction to Engineering Design, Scientific and Engineering Computation, Digital Logic Design, and Physics III for Engineers. Her devotion to student success energized the Science, Engineering, and Technology Area, and she was instrumental in supporting outreach efforts on behalf of K-12 science and engineering partnerships.

Dr. Abanulo was only 35 years old and leaves behind a loving husband, three young children, and many colleagues and friends.

You can donate to a GoFundMe page set up in Uche's honor for her children at:

In addition to her interests in STEM education for pre-college students, Dr. Abanulo's research interests included speech processing and analysis for speaker recognition and speech enhancement.

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