UConn Researcher’s Work Will Feature in International Space Station Mission
The low-gravity experiments could yield benefits across a wide range of health disciplines.
State and Industry Leaders Address Grid Resiliency at UConn Engineering Conference
Article Originally Published on UConn Today Leaders from industry, along with policymakers and elected officials from the state and federal governments met with UConn engineers in Hartford on Monday, Oct. 24 to discuss New England’s electric grid and how it can be made more resilient over the next five years in the face of climate […]
Fall 2022 Clean Energy Workshop — Register Now!
UConn School of Engineering is proud to announce the Clean Energy Workshop on October 24th, 2022 in Hartford, Connecticut.
Senior Design Journey 2020: Mapping the Opioid Crisis, Part 1
A group of four senior University of Connecticut computer science majors are working on a Senior Design project with Cigna to use data and analytics to address the opioid crisis head on.
UConn Cancer Treatment Startup Wins $500,000 Grant To Test Their Technology In Space
Encapsulate, an early-stage company founded by three graduate students at the University of Connecticut School of Engineering, was named last month as one of only two winners of the 2019 International Space Station U.S. Laboratory and Boeing “Technology in Space” Prize. Encapsulate receives $500,000 and the opportunity to conduct research projects onboard the International Space Station (ISS).
PHOTO GALLERY: UConn Officially Opens Altschuler Cybersecurity Lab
On Wednesday, October 16, the University of Connecticut officially launched Altschuler Cybersecurity Lab, UConn’s first cybersecurity lab dedicated to hands-on undergraduate education.
$5M Gift Launches Arts and Engineering Institute
While the Krenickis, who both graduated in 1984, have given generously across the university before, this gift honors their personal UConn story, uniting John’s major in mechanical engineering with Donna’s, in graphic design. The Krenickis met in the fall of their junior year. The couple has raised three children and carved out careers that have crossed industry, private equity, and the arts.
Shor and Alpay Appointed Associate Deans For School of Engineering
The UConn School of Engineering is proud to announce the appointment of Dr. Leslie Shor to the position of Associate Dean for Graduate Education and Research and the creation of a new position—Associate Dean for Research and Industrial Partnerships—which will be filled by Dr. Pamir Alpay.
Meet John and Sue, The Pioneers of the Internet at UConn
In a ceremony held at the end of June, in the Information Technologies Engineering Building, John Marshall stepped up to a computer, entered a short line of code, and shut down a server that served as the last known artifact linking the University of Connecticut to its earliest connections to the internet.
UConn Senior Design 2019: The Podcast
Over the course of a senior design project, students face many ups and downs. This podcast, produced by the UConn School of Engineering, dives into the journey, the group dynamics, and the emotions experienced during this year-long project.