UConn President, Nine Faculty Inducted Into Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering
Ten faculty members, including President Katsouleas, were selected for induction into the prestigious group.
Engineering a New Learning Environment For Neurodiversity
A grant-funded project in the School of Engineering aims to improve higher education for students on the neurodiversity spectrum.
UConn Recognized as a Leader in Educating Women Engineers
The ranking reflects data from a survey of 135,205 women engineering student and professional subscribers of Woman Engineer magazine.
‘Wake-up Call’: Drone Strikes in Saudi Arabia Show Urgency of UConn Research
Researchers at UConn's Eversource Energy Center are working hand-in-hand with its namesake to build a drone detection system for the state's major electrical provider.
Shor and Alpay Appointed Associate Deans For School of Engineering
The UConn School of Engineering is proud to announce the appointment of Dr. Leslie Shor to the position of Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Research and the creation of a new position—Associate Dean for Research and Industrial Partnerships—which will be filled by Dr. Pamir Alpay. In addition to this new role, Dr. Alpay will continue as the Executive Director of UConn Tech Park, reporting to Vice President for Research Radenka Maric. The dual role will allow Alpay to effectively lead engineering centers and initiatives in Tech Park.
UConn’s New HuskyJet Brings 3D Printing to the Next Level
Adding on to the myriad of equipment and capabilities of the University of Connecticut’s Tech Park, the UConn National Science Foundation (NSF) SHAP3D site, and its site director, Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering Anson Ma, have acquired a state-of-the-art Pilot Scale industrial inkjet 3D-printer, appropriately named HuskyJet.