Big Blue Goes Green Under Environmental Leader Nunes
Alumna Sharon Nunes (M.S., Ph.D., Materials Science, '80, '83) relishes her role as Vice President of Big Green Innovations in IBM's Systems & Technology Group (STG). Read More
Dr. Wu Receives NSF Funding for Genomic Models
Assistant professor of Computer Science & Engineering Dr. Yufeng Wu and two collaborators from the University of California - Davis captured a three-year grant totaling $900,000 from the National Science Foundation. Read More
Transforming Engineers into Entrepreneurs
The role of engineers in fostering innovation and business startups is legendary. But starting a new business is among the riskiest paths any innovator can undertake. What does it take to transform engineers from innovators into successful entrepreneurs? Read More
Team Completes Installation of Ethiopian Weather Stations
Dr. Mekonnen Gebremichael, assistant professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering, and a team of UConn undergraduate and graduate students traveled to Ethiopia during summer 2008 to install weather stations in the Beressa watershed of the Blue Nile basin region. Read More
Engineering to Host Fall Career Fair
The School of Engineering will host its first school-wide Career Fair on Tuesday, October 28th and Wednesday, October 29th, 2008. Read More
Save the Date: Holiday Alumni Reception!
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