Claire Tremont

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2024 TIE course participants.

Technology Entrepreneurship: Collaborative Pitch Day Showcases UConn’s Best

This year the course opened to nursing students, a partnership through the Nursing and Engineering Innovation Center.

UConn and Pratt & Whitney leaders unveil the Pratt & Whitney Engineering Building.

Pratt & Whitney Engineering Building Unveiled

Pratt & Whitney has strong ties to the UConn College of Engineering and UConn School of Mechanical, Aerospace and Manufacturing Engineering

The College of Engineering's Castleman Building.

College of Engineering Names New Dean

Ji-Cheng ‘JC’ Zhao brings 30 years' experience working in academia, industry, and government

United States of America flags.

Technology Entrepreneurship: Hacking For Defense

The course uses a project-based approach to get students out of the classroom and into the community, engaging with defense industry professionals

Aortic Elastic Fibers

Professor Receives a $3M RO1 Grant From the National Institutes of Health

The research conducted at the UConn College of Engineering is poised to make significant contributions to the field of biomechanics and improve human health outcomes in the process.

Green building with a view of the treetops.

Technology Entrepreneurship: UConn Students Participate in DOE Contest

These teams are working to develop attainable, equitable, scalable energy technologies and business opportunities.

The World’s Smallest Basketball, from the Basketball Capital of the World

Laterally, the patterns are about 4-5 um. For comparison, a human hair is roughly 50 um. Hence, the world’s smallest basketball was chiseled here in Storrs

Kinsmen operations manager Bob Bartholomew and UConn Engineering student Riquelmy Torres.

Engineering a Strong Pint

Traditionally, chemical engineers have a stronghold in the oil and gas field. However, as students, faculty and staff imbibe this month in a student-created beer, opportunities like UConn Brewing Innovation show that that may no longer be the case. 

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.