The award recognizes faculty who help graduate students have a healthy work-life balance.
The new program will focus on coding, robotics and 3D printing.
The research is aimed at understanding how insulators behave when exposed to high electric fields.
Every year, engineering seniors spend the spring and fall semester at UConn designing senior projects, often working with industry partners.
Congratulations to all of our graduates! Click below to watch Dr. J. Michael McQuade's full commencement address. https://youtu.be/pqoGXkgyfHk Â©. . .
Dr. J. Michael McQuade, Senior Vice President for Science and Technology, United Technologies Corporation was conferred an honorary degree on Saturday. . .
UConn Engineering Commencement 2017. . .
The Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need, or GAANN program, provides fellowships to assist graduate students with excellent academic records . . .
The School of Engineering at the University of Connecticut is dedicated to excellence in education, research, and professional service. Its mission is to be the primary source of engineering leadership and talent in the state and internationally, to ensure that Connecticut sustains its position as a leading high technology state, and to provide the intellectual and physical resources needed to grow as a center of new and evolving technological activity. To achieve this mission we must offer high-quality engineering education, discover new knowledge, and use our knowledge and experience to improve our state, the nation, and the world.