The recent Engineering Award Scholarship Dinner emphasized how scholarships benefit students, as well as the impressive impact engineering can have on the planet.
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The University of Connecticut’s School of Engineering has secured a highly selective federal grant to attract graduate students who will specialize in medical devices for public health. The U.S. Department of Education recently notified the biomedical engineering department that it will receive a
The new UConn Innovation fund is accepting applications to provide early-stage financial support to new businesses affiliated with UConn.
Next Generation Connecticut Hall is a new multi-story, 727-bed dormitory complex that will house eight Living & Learning Communities, and will include. . .
The University of Connecticut branch of Engineering Ambassadors reaches out to middle schools and high schools in the Connecticut area, giving present. . .
In 2016, Stephanie and her advisor Dr. Savas Tasoglu were awarded a Third Bridge Grant in the amount of $45,000. This grant aims to identify and provi. . .
Tina Lewis (Electrical Engineering, ’55), one of the first two women to earn a degree from UConn Engineering, talked about what her degree meant to . . .
September Innovation Connection - Entrepreneurship & Innovation - This is not your Grandfather's Factory Job: Manufacturing & Millennials
Sept 28, 2016
MSE Seminar by Dr. Angie Cheung
Sept 30, 2016
BME Seminar: VEP-based Brain Interface Design and Applications by Dr. Deniz Erdogmus
Sept 30, 2016
MSE Seminar by Dr. Daniel Potrepka
Oct 7, 2016
MSE Seminar by Dr. Andreas Roelofs
Oct 14, 2016
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