Dr. Cato Laurencin Wins the National Academy of Engineering 2019 Simon Ramo Founders Award
The National Academy of Engineering (NAE) has honored UConn’s Dr. Cato T. Laurencin for his extraordinary impact on the engineering profession.
Program is Fertile Ground for Student Innovation
Most days, Emily Yale is moving between the Castleman Building and the School of Business Building on the Storrs campus, learning and testing concepts about entrepreneurship. The University of Connecticut student is in the process of launching a startup, Land Maverick, and she is tapping the resources of the Schools of Engineering and Business.
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.
Nearly $500,000 in Scholarships Awarded to UConn Engineering Undergraduates
Thanks to the generosity of several individuals, companies, and organizations, nearly $500,000 in scholarships were awarded to 256 highly-talented UConn Engineering students during the 2019 Undergraduate Scholarship Ceremony on October 10.
New Benton Exhibit Helps Mechanical Engineering Professor Blend Art With Teaching
Art and science are two fields that appear to be worlds apart at first glance, but according to George Matheou, assistant professor of mechanical engineering, the intersection between the two are actually extremely important. This notion became the inspiration behind his art exhibit called Fluid Dynamics in Art and Nature at the William Benton Museum of Art.