UConn students who pursue careers through the University’s new undersea engineering program will play a vital role in our national defense and have opportunities to work on some of the most sophisticated submarines in the world, three members of Connecticut’s congressional delegation said during
In a research building in the heart of UConn’s Storrs campus, assistant professor Ashwin Dani is teaching a life-size industrial robot how to think.
UConn researchers from the Department of Mechanical Engineering have developed a device that tests an important indicator of heart health that is often ignored – blood viscosity. Blood can be a window into the health of your heart. Doctors are often on the lookout for some common signs that might
The School of Engineering was proud to host our amazing undergraduate engineering scholarship recipients at the annual Scholarship Awards Ceremony on 10/5/2017
QCIC, funded by the US Economic Development Administration (EDA), UConn, and Connecticut Innovations, enables business growth of small and medium-size. . .
100% of people "think" about ideas, a small percentage of people "try" to accomplish their ideas, and a smaller percentage yet actually “do” their. . .
Congratulations to all of our graduates! Click below to watch Dr. J. Michael McQuade's full commencement address. https://youtu.be/pqoGXkgyfHk ©. . .
Dr. J. Michael McQuade, Senior Vice President for Science and Technology, United Technologies Corporation was conferred an honorary degree on Saturday. . .
MSE PhD Proposal Defense - Keith J. Dusoe
Oct 23, 2017
MSE PhD Dissertation Proposal - Tulsi Patel
Oct 24, 2017
Continuing and Distance Engineering Education Webinar
Nov 2, 2017
MSE Seminar Speaker - Dr. Turab Lookman
Nov 3, 2017
Seminar: Natural Hazard Research at National Science Foundation
Nov 3, 2017
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