New UConn Research Project Aims to Eradicate Use of Gas 25,200x More Harmful Than CO2
Working to create an electrical grid free of a potent greenhouse gas
‘I Was in the Bottom 2% of My Graduating Class’: Alum Goes from Near-Failure to Abundant Success
Inaam Khan '14 went from the bottom to the top thanks to hard work and perseverance
How an Alumnus-Run Company is Putting a New Spin on an Ancient Renewable Energy
Making hydroelectric power affordable and compact for an era where clean energy is in growing demand
UConn School of Engineering Unveils the Vergnano Institute for Inclusion, Supported by UConn Alumni Mark and Betsy Vergnano’s $3M Donation
The gift represents the largest diversity, equity, and inclusion investment in UConn School of Engineering history and is one of the largest single DEI investments in UConn
Laurencin Named Fellow of The American Ceramic Society
In ceramics, Dr. Laurencin is a life member of the American Ceramic Society and has lectured on Bioceramics as the prestigious Edward Orton, Jr. Memorial Lecturer of The American Ceramic Society and as the Rustum Roy Lecturer of The American Ceramic Society.
CEE Department Scores Two New Grants to Expand on Neurodiversity Programs
Two new grants from the National Science Foundation, totaling just shy of $1M, have been awarded to Civil and Environmental Engineering faculty Alexandra Hain and Arash Zaghi for work they will carry out in undergraduate research opportunities and new programs for graduate students, who both fall in the neurodiversity spectrum. The grants focus on the talents of students with ADHD and dyslexia in STEM fields.
How Marine Animals Could Be Used to Clean Up Nature’s Big Pollutant: Microplastics
'Nature's perfect filtering machines' to the rescue