Richard Veilleux

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UConn Magazine Launches App

UConn Magazine -- the University's twice-yearly alumni publication -- is now delivering a new kind of experience to readers, with audiovisual storytelling made possible through the magazine's free app for tablet devices.

Orange Crush Travels — Win a UConn Coop Gift Certificate!

Send us photos of yourself or your friends proudly wearing your new orange engineering t-shirt in unlikely, exotic or unexpected locations.Touring the Great Wall, visiting the Mercedes-Benz Museum in Stuttgart or climbing Mt. Washington in your “orange crush” shirt? Show your UConn Engineering spirit. Please clearly identify the wearer(s) and send shots your mother would […]

VIDEO: Summer Programs Excite Teachers, Students

Each summer the School of Engineering and the Engineering Diversity Program host a variety of learning and research experiences for prospective students as well as grade 5-12 teachers aimed at sparking interest in engineering education and careers.

Alumni Reception: October 17 in Houston

Reconnect with friends old and new, network with professionals from the engineering and business communities and learn of the latest initiatives underway at your alma mater during the October 17th UConn alumni reception in Houston, Texas!

Around Engineering

Exciting developments are always percolating within UConn Engineering. Read a few of the highlights here, from outstanding staff service awards to engaged students and pre-students who are making important contributions.

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Class of 2012: James Londono

James Londono '12 MBA has tried to do it all while earning a degree – and succeeded.

Patrease Hawkins

Class of 2012: Patrease Hawkins

Patrease Hawkins '12 MSW is all about helping the elderly, and has a special affinity for grandparents raising grandchildren.

Marketing to Generation Y

A marketing class is competing with schools around the country in developing a plan to help Honda market to Generation Y consumers.

Group of mortar board caps being thrown in the air.

Herbst, Katz Headline Roster of Commencement Speakers

A diverse group of speakers will help usher nearly 6,000 graduating students into the next stage of their careers.

Marcel Dufresne, associate professor of journalism, speaks with Mac Cerullo '12 (BUS), right, about his reporting project on April 3, 2012. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Journalism Course Teaches Students to Dig Deep for Stories

Teams of student journalists in Marcel Dufresne's investigative journalism class are undertaking major reporting projects that they share with Connecticut media.