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UConn Engineering Leila Daneshmandi, Audrey Larson, Leslie Shor, and Fei Dou

Leading Technology and Innovation

The UConn College of Engineering is committed to supporting women in their engineering fields.

Karen Gorman and Penny Thompson speak with Katie Malgioglio and Randi Mendes near the Aroostook River.

EPA Awards $5M Grant to Support UConn’s Technical Assistance for Brownfields Program

Brownfield sites may present environmentally hazardous conditions for residents residing near such properties.

An abstract iteration of an Army ground vehicle.

New Digital Design Center Aids U.S. Army Vehicle Production

The objective is to formulate and develop novel digital engineering models that will help the Army make better predictions, which in turn will further reduce the need to build physical prototypes

headshot of Professor of Chemical Engineering Xiao-Dong Zhou

Zhou to Lead Clean Energy Engineering Efforts at UConn

Xiao-Dong Zhou, incoming director of the Center for Clean Energy Engineering (C2E2) will serve as a special advisor on sustainable energies to President Radenka Maric and Vice President for Research Pamir Alpay

A education and school concept little student girl studying at school

UConn and Bridgeport Partner for Greener Schools

'A great opportunity to strengthen our green energy and climate change research' while supporting Connecticut communities

Axiom Space Astronauts Perform Life-Saving Nanomaterial Experiments for UConn’s Biomedical Engineering Researchers

Axiom Space and Eascra Biotech plan to create a manufacturing facility for therapeutic biomaterials in space.

UConn President Radenka Maric and Rohan Anderson '25 talk with members of the Belimo team during an April visit to the company's Danbury facility.

Belimo Scholarship Offers Students A Warm Welcome Into Engineering

Six UConn Engineering students are being supported every year thanks to the generous Belimo Scholarship Program

Third Bridge Grant Program Supports Four UConn Startups

This year’s round of Third Bridge Grant awardees has developed innovative technologies focused on patenting, mobility, online education, and tick safety.

Laying a New Foundation Before Building Up

UConn’s first integrative studies student bridges passion for art, engineering in research and life.

Eight Engineering Students Chosen as McNair Scholars

The UConn McNair Scholars Program identified its next cohort of scholars last month, identifying eight engineering students that are leading the way in STEM fields.