STEM Night Plants a New Tradition
On Monday night, November 16th, the Connecticut Science Center was full of UConn engineering volunteers and young students for the first ever STEM Night. Organized by UConn’s Engineering Ambassadors, STEM Night was created in order to show kids the creative ways one can get involved with science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. The Engineering Ambassadors strive […]
Meet the 2015 Inductees of the Academy of Distinguished Engineers
UConn School of Engineering’s 2015 Academy of Distinguished Engineers and Hall of Fame.
Engineering the Future!
From Jay Leno zipping around in a car that our Engineering students built, to astronaut Rick Mastracchio speaking to us from space, a lot of exciting things happen here at UConn Engineering. We invent, we build, and we make things better – and we have a lot of fun in the process! More Videos! Watch […]
Lee Langston Receives ASME Sawyer Award
Mechanical Engineering professor emeritus Lee Langston is the 2015 recipient of the R. Tom Sawyer Award presented by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.
Why Context and Context-Driven Decision Support Matters
Recently, El Faro, a cargo ship heading to San Juan, Puerto Rico, foundered in the Atlantic Ocean off the Bahamas on October 5, 2015 due to Category 4 Hurricane Joaquin. Thirty-three crew members remain missing. The captain cut south of the storm, due to the rare occurrence of such storm systems traveling south, but ended […]
Engineering Turns 100 Years Old!
In 2016 Engineering turns 100 years old. Join us in celebrating our ascent to leadership in industry-relevant education and research.
Engineering Senior Design 2015
The capstone Senior Design Project Program is a hallmark of success for engineering seniors. In this one or two-semester course, senior students are mentored by faculty and industry engineers as they work to solve real-world engineering problems for company sponsors.