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Category: UConn Engineering News April 2019

UConn in Top 10 Worldwide for Biological Data Research Output

According to CSRankings, an organization which compiles a metrics-based rankings of the top computer science programs in the world, the University of Connecticut ranks among the top 10 when it comes to research output in the fields of bioinformatics and computational biology.

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10% Discount Offered to Alumni Looking to Advance Their Education

The UConn School of Engineering Professional Education program announced that it has created a new alumni discount, a 10% reduction off of the program’s fees for alumni who do not have company sponsored tuition reimbursement policies.

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Alumni News for April 2019

From moving up the career ladder, to awards, our alumni are making their mark on the world! Check out some of their recent notable achievements in this latest installment of UConn Engineering’s Alumni News.

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Senior Design Journey 2019: Protecting The Elbows of Young Pitchers, Part 2

When you embark on a journey, sometimes the path is long and treacherous, and sometimes the path taken is smooth. For a team of four University of Connecticut biomedical engineering seniors, their journey to create a wearable pitch monitoring device with Connecticut Children’s Medical Center has been neither treacherous nor smooth.

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UConn Engineering Announces Organizational Transformation of the Connecticut Transportation Institute

The UConn School of Engineering is pleased to announce changes in the Connecticut Transportation Institute that will position it for future growth, further support of economic development in the State of Connecticut, and a larger impact on the transportation industry.

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An “Accidental Dean” Becomes a Transformative Leader

Kazem Kazerounian has served as the Dean of the UConn School of Engineering since 2012, overseeing a period of transformative growth. But, Kazerounian never envisioned becoming an administrator when he was hired as an assistant professor in 1984. Because of this, Kazerounian has evolved from a self-described “accidental dean” into a transformative leader.

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