Engineering Lands $2.7 M to Support Innovative Educational Program
A faculty team has garnered a $2.7 million competitive grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for a novel program that will enfold UConn graduate and undergraduate students, and technical high school students and their teachers in cross-cutting sustainable engineering research. read more

Alum Scott Case Electrifies Students
Before an audience of over 250 students, faculty, administrative staff and corporate visitors gathered in celebration of National Engineers Week, Mr. Case revealed his transformation from a computer engineering whiz to commercial innovator to international change agent. read more

UConn School of Engineering Creates "Entrepreneur in Residence" Position
The University of Connecticut's School of Engineering has announced the hiring of a Connecticut business leader to assist the university in forging relationships with technology-related companies throughout the state. read more

Latest CAREER Award Focuses on Cyber-Aquatic Systems
Dr. Lei Wang, assistant professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, has received a coveted National Science Foundation Early Career Development (CAREER) Award for research aimed at enhancing the sustainability of cyber-aquatic systems used. read more

Undergraduate Commencement: Save the Date!
The School of Engineering will hold commencement ceremonies for graduating undergraduates on Sunday, May 9 in the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts. read more

Altruistic Engineer
Students pursue engineering for a host of reasons; for senior Lindsey Fink it was as a means to help people. Originally attracted to UConn because of the Honors Program and school spirit, Lindsey has participated in numerous UConn outreach activities. read more

Bar-Shalom Reappointed as Klewin Professor
Yaakov Bar-Shalom, Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of Electrical & Computer Engineering, has been reappointed to a second five-year term as the Marianne E. Klewin Professor in Engineering. read more

Engineering Pennant Aboard Shuttle Discovery
A pennant designed by a UConn engineering student accompanies Connecticut native and UConn engineering alumnus, astronaut Richard Mastracchio (Electrical Engineering/Computer Science '82) aboard the space shuttle Discovery this week. read more

CMBE Welcomes George Bollas
George Bollas joined the Chemical, Materials & Biomolecular Engineering Department in January 2010, bringing a wealth of expertise in energy technologies. read more

Four Elected to CASE
Four UConn engineering faculty have been elected to membership in the prestigious Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering (CASE). They will be formally inducted during the Academy's 35th annual meeting on May 20, 2010. read more


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