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National Institute for Undersea Vehicle Technology Launched by Industry, Academia
Two of New England's flagship universities and the United States Navy's primary builder of submarines are at the helm of the new National Institute for Undersea Vehicle Technology.

Located on the Connecticut coast, the new national institute was established to develop the personnel and knowledge to accelerate critical research and enhance U.S. dominance in submarine and other undersea technologies.
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Navy Using New UConn Software to Improve Navigation
Major research discoveries generate news headlines. But a research undertaking by one University of Connecticut engineering lab seeks to forestall som. . .
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New 3-D Fabrication Technique Could Deliver Multiple Doses of Vaccine in One Shot
A new 3-D fabrication technique invented by a UConn engineering professor could provide a safe and convenient way to deliver multiple doses of a drug . . .
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UConn Hosts Inaugural Academic-Industry Symposium at the UConn Tech Park
Dozens of invited guests from state government and industry joined UConn administrators and faculty on Friday at the inaugural UConn Tech Park Symposi. . .
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Emeriti and Retired Faculty Family Celebrate the Spirit of Thanksgiving
On Sunday, November 5, 2017, UConn Engineering emeriti and retired faculty family gathered for an annual luncheon at the UConn Foundation Board Room. . . .
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Explosive Research: Eliminating ‘What Ifs?' in Space Travel
UConn researchers are adapting methods for studying forces in earthly structures for use in spacecraft. Civil and environmental engineering professor . . .
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MSE's Tyler Flanagan Discusses Nanomechanical Research
According to graduate student Tyler Flanagan, cold spray is more than just his current research topic, but an effective way to repair helicopter parts. . .
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Researchers Discover Super-Elastic Shape-Memory Material
UConn materials science and engineering researcher Seok-Woo Lee and his colleagues have discovered super-elastic shape-memory properties in a material. . .
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Impressed by Engineering Students, Alum Establishes Scholarship
By: Grace Merritt, The UConn Foundation During a recent visit back to UConn's School of Engineering, Russ St. John '80 (ENGR) '85 (MBA) met seve. . .
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School of Engineering Hosts 3rd Annual Women in Engineering Event

School of Engineering Hosts Scholarship Award Ceremony

Alumni News

Alumna Janet Callahan Facilitates a Conversation About Student Success

Donna Shea Selected for APWA 2017 Donald C. Stone Individual Award

SAGE -- Coffee Hour
Nov 15, 2017
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MSE Seminar Speaker - Dr. Jian Yang
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Nov 17, 2017

Thanksgiving Day
Nov 23, 2017
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MSE PhD Dissertation Proposal - Kenneth S. Ogueri
Nov 29, 2017
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MSE Seminar Speaker - Dr. Patrycja Paruch
Dec 8, 2017
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Semester End
Dec 8, 2017
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Thanksgiving Day All UConn Campuses
Nov 23, 2017