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Redefining Business-Academic Relations
The School of Engineering has announced the formation of a new academic/business network, dubbed the Connection. read more

UConn Co-organizes First International Water Conference in Ethiopia
Unlike Vegas, what happens in Ethiopia doesn't stay in the land-locked East African nation. Water and weather, for example, overreach Africa in profound ways. read more

Students to be Honored
Outstanding engineering students will be feted during the School of Engineering's annual awards ceremony on the evening of Monday, April 19. read more

Hey, YouTubers!
The School of Engineering invites undergraduate and graduate engineering students to make a video in one or more of the content areas described below. All qualifying entries will receive $50 and be linked (with your film credits!) to our website. read more

Faculty Receive Honors
Two faculty members have been honored with distinguished chair faculty positions in the School of Engineering: Drs. Eric Jordan and Emmanouil Anagnostou. read more

Christenson Named a UTC Professor in Engineering Innovation
Richard Christenson, an assistant professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering (CEE), was named the United Technologies Corporation Professor in Engineering Innovation within the CEE department for his exceptional achievements in research, instruction and service. read more

Alumni News Portal Opens
Have you received a promotion, honor or new assignment? Changed employers? Tied the knot with your college sweetheart? Spread the news! read more

Student Mom
Engineering students often defy simple classification, media-fed stereotypes notwithstanding. Undergraduate student Shawna Smith (CMBE) is the very essence of the non-traditional student. read more

Career Fair a Success
On February 17th, the School of Engineering hosted its annual career fair in the Rome Commons Ballroom. read more

In Memoriam
The School of Engineering sadly notes the passing of three valued instructors, alumni and friends, Drs. E. Russell Johnston, Jr. and Farhad Nadim, and Mr. C. Roger Ferguson. read more

Students on a Mission
The National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) mission statement reads, "To increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally, and positively impact the community." read more

 

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