School of Engineering
American Institute of Chemical Engineers Honors Dr. Cato T. Laurencin
2021 Hoover Medal "celebrates the civic and humanitarian achievements of an engineer whose professional and personal endeavors have advanced the well-being of humankind."
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
Summer Undergraduate Researcher Sam Degnan-Morgenstern ’22 (ENG)
Engineering major is studying drug transport in solid tumors using computational methods derived from physics
NAACP to Present Prestigious Spingarn Medal to UConn’s Dr. Cato T. Laurencin at 112th Annual Convention
Laurencin joins such previous Springarn recipients as Martin Luther King Jr., Maya Angelou, George Washington Carver, and more
Don’t Get Soaked: Flood Damage Could Lessen if Cities Build Smarter
More pavement means more damage from floods
Bahram Javidi Named Finalist for Berthold Leibinger Innovation Award for COVID-19 Detection Device
UConn Board of Trustees Distinguished Professor of engineering Bahram Javidi has been named a finalist for the Berthold Leibinger Innovation Award for his rapid disease identification technology.
UConn Researcher Working with Naval Research Lab to Develop AI Decision Support Tools
UConn engineer Krishna Pattipati is developing optimization and machine learning algorithms for agile planning for the U.S. Navy through a grant from the Department of Defense.
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
UConn Engineer Develops Lab-on-Paper SARS-CoV-2 Diagnostic by CRISPR
Changchun Liu’s low-cost, easy-to-use device provides accurate results within an hour
UConn Researcher Performing Collaborative Research Assessing City Water Systems Resilience
Christine Kirchhoff is studying the effects of financial stress on decision-making by city government as it relates to essential services like drinking water.