School of Engineering

David Rifkin '16 (BUS).

UConn Students Gain Valuable Experience as Interns

The internship is becoming a must-have for employers hiring college graduates. UConn helps students take part in a wide variety of internships.

UConn Foundation wordmark.

UConn Foundation Raises $78 Million in FY 2015

Giving was up in various categories, including those giving more than $25,000, which jumped 23 percent.

Traffic jam (iStock Photo)

Engineers Support Landmark Transportation Initiative

As Connecticut’s flagship university, UConn has a significant role in the state's transportation overhaul.

Daniel Kloyzner ‘16 (ENG) with Richard Parnas, a professor of chemical, materials, and biomolecular engineering, has found a way to turn particle board into carpet. (Sean Flynn/UConn Photo)

A New Use for Old Carpet

UConn researchers in engineering and business are collaborating to create particle board from waste carpet and bring it to market.

(Bret Eckhardt/UConn Photo)

Identifying Counterfeit Computer Chips

UConn researchers are developing innovative methods for determining whether or not a computer chip is genuine.

Nicholas Fleming ’15 (ENG), measures vanilla extract to add to a test batch of reduced sugar ice cream at the UConn Creamery on April 8, 2015. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Engineering Ice Cream

Two teams of engineering students are tapping their scientific knowledge to develop a reduced-sugar ice cream at UConn's famous Dairy Bar.

Charles Fayal '16 (ENG), left, and Steven Graf '15 (BUS) take a break from assembling their Parrot MD devices.

Students’ Device Helps People Take Meds as Prescribed

Two undergraduates have developed a device that 'parrots' prescription instructions to help people in developing countries take their medications.

Bing Wang, associate professor of computer science and engineering, holds a smartphone with an application created to help monitor people with depression. (Peter Morenus/UConn Photo)

Smartphone App Could Change How Depression is Diagnosed

The app, developed by UConn researchers, collects data on behavior signs that indicate depression.

Engineers took the ordinary QR code and transformed it into a high-end cybersecurity application that can protect the integrity of computer microchips.

QR Codes Engineered into Cybersecurity Protection

Engineers took the ordinary QR code and transformed it into a high-end cybersecurity application that can protect the integrity of computer microchips.

Department of Transportation staff inspect a Connecticut bridge.

UConn Tests New Repair for Old Bridge Damage

School of Engineering researchers are studying the ability of an advanced form of concrete to repair corrosion-damaged bridges.