All 24 MSE faculty and staff congratulate our 2020 BS, MEng, MS, and PhD graduates.
And of course there’s well-deserved pomp and circumstance to celebrate our Masters and PhD graduates as well.
We are all disappointed that we haven’t yet returned to campus, though we’re certainly still active:
Contact information and links for frequently requested information follow:
Information for the State of Connecticut can be found on the Department of Public Health website: https://portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus
When undergraduate Megan Hurley discovered the camaraderie and how tight-knit the MSE department was, she knew that it was a perfect fit for her. . . .
Published: Jun 24, 2020
S. Pamir Alpay, and alumna Yomery Espinal ’18 PhD have published a paper on a novel portable pyroelectric technology in Cell Reports Physical Scienc . . .
Published: Jun 19, 2020
One handshake can confer about 124 million bacteria, so that’s why the two doctors came up with an alternative, the “Laurencin-McClinton greeting. . . .
Published: Jun 12, 2020
Wikholm sees the MSE program as a hidden gem that is fundamental to almost any engineering field. . . .
Published: Jun 10, 2020
Being introduced to machine learning and artificial intelligence at UConn influenced Noraas’s current projects at Pratt & Whitney. . . .
Published: Jun 04, 2020
Assistant Professor Stefan Schaffoener joins the Young Academy | Mainz for promising young scholars. . . .
Published: May 18, 2020
13 teams of MSE seniors virtually presented their Senior Design Projects for the annual Senior Design Day. . . .
Published: May 15, 2020
A $430,000 grant aims to strengthen international collaborations. . . .
Published: May 13, 2020
MSE Among Top 25 Public Programs
B.S. (ABET accredited)
20 Full-time Professors and Professors-in-Residence
10 Additional Faculty in Graduate Program
11 Teaching, Research, and Adjunct Faculty
141 Undergraduate Students
99 Graduate Students