The Engineering Diversity and Outreach Center serves our student body, along with other underrepresented identities, and works with K-12 students, families, and educators across Connecticut.
UConn is an “R1” university, the Carnegie Foundation's highest classification for research institutions and a distinction held by only 3% of all U.S. universities.
UConn Engineering works with hundreds of companies each year, providing them with talented workforce, collaborative research projects, and technology transfer opportunities.
Of our graduate have jobs within 6 months of graduation
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Companies annually collaborating with UConn Engineering
In The News
Armed with a four-year, $470,000 grant from USDA’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture, National Science Foundation (NSF) SHAP3D Center Site Director and Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering and Polymers Anson Ma—and his collaborator, Qian Yang, Assistant Professor of Computer Science and Engineering—are working on creating pulse-based food products with novel textures and customized nutritional profiles using machine learning and a specially designed 3D printer.