Materials Science and Engineering during the Coronavirus Outbreak

MSE students, staff, and faculty have been as productive as ever despite the challenges of Covid. Following appropriate safety protocols, our research labs are operational, our students are publishing, our faculty are winning major research grants and awards, and last year we were the only SOE program to offer in-person labs to every level of our undergraduate students.

For Fall of 2021:

  • Our curriculum will primarily return to in-person instruction, except for certain electives where distance education technologies are preferred such as those designed to appeal to the substantial materials and manufacturing industries in our region.
  • MSE students, faculty and staff are expect to be in-person, though with increased flexibility when working from home can be just as productive.

Until Augst 15, most office functions will continue to be performed remotely, so the information below is the best way to reach us. We thank you for your patience.

Administrative Program Support

General Inquiries, Financial and Academic Services,
Payroll, Travel, Visas
Lorri Lafontaine
Email: lorri.lafontaine@uconn.edu
Phone: 860-486-4621

Department Head
Bryan Huey
Email: bhuey-MSEhead@uconn.edu
Phone: 860-486-3284

 

We are offering recurring office hours.

Administrative Program Support
Lorri Lafontaine
Thursdays 11:30am – 12:30pm
Webex link

Department Head
Bryan Huey
Wednesdays 11:30am – 12:30pm
Webex link

 


Information for the State of Connecticut can be found on the Department of Public Health website: https://portal.ct.gov/Coronavirus

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MSE Among Top 25 Public Programs 

Degrees Offered
B.S. (ABET accredited)
M.S., MEng.,Ph.D.

Faculty
21 Full-time Professors and Professors-in-Residence
10 Additional Faculty in Graduate Program
11 Teaching, Research, and Adjunct Faculty

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141 Undergraduate Students

  99 Graduate Students

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