School of Engineering

Astrin Krane, a Glastonbury High School student and second-year attendee of the Queer Science Conference, holds a heart-shaped alginate she made during a science demonstration and presentation about hydrogel crosslinking and application in the Chemistry Building during the conference on June 4, 2023.

Queer Science Conference Connects LGBTQIA+ Youth with Role Models in Various STEM Fields

High school students from across the state gather for second iteration of Queer Science Conference

Woman in pink bra representing breast cancer awareness month. (Annette Bunch/Getty Images)

Removing Human Error from Breast Cancer Detection

The Feature Fusion Siamese Network system uses artificial intelligence to compare two sets of films taken at two different time points for diagnosis, eliminating the need for manual comparison, saving time, and reducing the potential for mistakes

Stormwater Corps students evaluate parking lot drainage with the help of Dr. Mike Dietz and GA Josh Snarski

E-Corps: Building Skills and Bolstering Environmental Efforts Across Connecticut

A report shows the Environmental Corps (E-Corps) program has a lasting and transformative impact on students

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UConn, Yale Push Connecticut to Quantum Reality

The state’s two premiere research universities are answering NSF’s call to catalyze regional economic and societal well-being through technological innovation.

Sights and scenes during the School of Engineering's Commencement ceremony in Gampel Pavilion

2023 Commencement at a Glance

This weekend, students in full regalia gathered with their classmates and processed together to Gampel Pavilion and the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts to hear their names called as they join the great community of graduates stretching all the way back to 1883

Drone views of the UConn entryway sign lit green for Earth Day. March 16, 2022.

Celebrating UConn’s Class of 2023

A class full of passion, ambition, and hope

Nicholas Gonzales and Maggie Ward, both 2023 winners of the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, pose for a photo in Wilbur Cross Building

Four Graduate Students, Six Alumni Earn NSF Fellowships

The oldest graduate fellowship of its kind, the NSF-GRFP recognizes and supports outstanding students in NSF-supported disciplines who are pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees

Student Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Pitch Day

The courses are project-based experiential courses for students to learn and train in entrepreneurial concepts such as user-centric innovation, future of work, industry trends, product-market fit, business and revenue models, and startup strategy.

UConn mechanical engineering students, from left, Leila Awad, Kaley Luk, Eddy Ramos and Patrick Miconi work on the prototype of their project for Senior Design Demonstration Day—an affordable, ADA-compliant, sustainably produced, easy-to-assemble accessibility ramp—in the Innovation Zone in the Peter J. Werth Residence Tower

UConn Engineering Seniors Building a Better Ramp

'Whenever I called up on a ramp, I’d say there’s a problem getting ramps. What I heard was, "yeah, ain’t there?"'

Green seedlings, covered in dew, grow out of wet soil.

Field Research: How the Humble Protist Could Shore Up the World’s Food Supply

Researchers are looking to license protist tech as a fertilizing aid of the future