The Connection -- School of Engineering News

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Clinical Trials Favorable for Novel Breast Cancer Detection Device

A novel imaging device developed at the University of Connecticut is showing favorable results in an expanded clinical trial and could significantly reduce physicians’ relianc. . .read more external page
Date: Spring 2010

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Sabbatical Research Targets Green Building Technology

Dr. Peter Luh, the SNET Professor of Communications and Information Technologies, is spending his academic sabbatical leave contributing to the development of energy efficient. . .read more external page
Date: Spring 2010

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Team Garners $600k NSF Award

The School of Engineering will receive nearly $600,000 for an innovative scholarship program targeting students from the Connecticut Technical High School System (CTHSS). The . . .read more external page
Date: Spring 2010

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Space Heroes Wow UConn Crowd

On Friday, June 4th, the School of Engineering hosted a special presentation by alumnus and NASA astronaut Richard Mastracchio, who was joined by two retired Hamilton Sundstra. . .read more external page
Date: Spring 2010

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Road Less Traveled

As a distinguished alumnus of both mechanical engineering and civil engineering, Craig Ashmore (class of 1985) has received the highest alumni honor bestowed by the School of . . .read more external page
Date: Spring 2010

Entrepreneur in Residence:
Robin Bienemann
Robin Ann Bienemann


"UConn is a great resource for KTI and other Connecticut companies. We take advantage of the Connection and the Innovation Scholar Program, both operated by the School of Engineering, to network and to recruit top engineering students for internships. We are very impressed with their technical skills and ingenuity."
Howard Orr, President
KTI Inc., East Windsor, CT

"UConn is a rich source of cutting-edge technologies, extraordinary technological expertise, smart students and commercial knowhow. Businesses of all sizes, from entrepreneurs to large multinationals, will find UConn to be a hidden gem in Connecticut's 'Quiet Corner.'"
Deb Santy, Director
Small Business Innovation at Connecticut Innovations



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