College of Engineering

Kazem

Dean of Engineering to Transition from Administration to Research, Teaching

Dean Kazem Kazerounian leaves a legacy of leadership and growth for the College of Engineering

Blue light and water tower with husky dog mark (logo) on Feb. 28, 2020.

Grab that Safety Vest, Get Your Hazard Lights Ready: Students Invited to “Reflect” on Public Safety at 2024 HackUConn

An opportunity to network, be creative, and solve real-world problems at UConn's flagship hackathon

cloud science art

Matheou’s Art, Inspired by Fluid Dynamics, on Display at National Academy of Sciences

A video created by Georgios Matheou, associate professor of mechanical engineering, depicts a computer-generated cloud model that is used to make accurate weather predictions.

An aerial view of students wearing cap and gown posing for Commencement photos at the gateway sign

Online Graduate Programs at UConn Place Highly in National Rankings

Programs in Accounting, Nursing, and Engineering are lauded for high standards and innovative methods

Man drills core sample in foundation.

Researchers Aim to Predict the Probability of Concrete Foundation Failure in Connecticut Homes

UConn recently received an additional $4 million grant from the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) to better understand the effects of the concrete-degrading mineral pyrrhotite

Octopus

Exploring Heavy Metals Along the Ocean Floor

Assistant Professor Xueju "Sophie" Wang's study into ocean pollutants has earned her a prestigious award from the Office of Naval Research

A woman in business attire makes a presentation to a group with a large video screen behind her.

UConn’s Innovation Quest Turns Students into Entrepreneurs

CEO Amelia Martin recalls being asked: ‘Do you have what it takes?’

Jackie Sung, Connecticut Clean Energy Fund Professor of Sustainable Energy

AIAA Honors Professor Sung with Prestigious 2024 Energy Systems Award

Professor Jackie Sung developed a rapid compression machine to investigate the kinetics of combustion reactions at low temperatures.

The fall 2023 recipients of Gilman scholarships (front, from left) Suki Zheng, Michelle Eweka, (back, from left) Moera Kamimura, Alexandra Torres Munoz, Avery Lyn Sparks and Yanni Tsiranides pose for a photo on the Student Union lawn

Seven UConn Students Earn Prestigious Gilman Scholarships

The program encourages travel to diverse locations, along with intensive language study and internship experiences

The Clothing for All closet at the Stamford campus

UConn Stamford Clothing Pantry Offers Students Range of Everyday Wear, Professional Attire

'We’re just trying to break down barriers so they can access things that will enrich their lives'