Our students and faculty don’t envision a better future – they build it!
Dedicated faculty are innovating new technologies for persons with disabilities. As an undergraduate, you could enhance someone’s life by solving a real-world problem while learning at the same time. View student engineering research projects.
Freshmen science students can expect a research experience in their first semester. Students in the SEA-PHAGE Laboratory are part of a national consortium to isolate and characterize new bacteriophage.
Learn more about our Research Activities.
The College of Engineering & Science holds several signature events. Events include:
- Research Symposium (October)
- Research Colloquium (September - April)
- Engineering Your Future (January - March)
- Technology Discovery Day (April)
Facilities & Equipment
Our facilities and laboratories are world-class. Work is underway on two exciting projects that will educate industry-ready engineers and scientists.
The Center for Automotive Systems Engineering Education (CASEE) will facilitate hands-on collaboration of engineering disciplines and with industry partners such as Ford Motor Company and General Motors.
The iNSPIRE Lab Learning Center will serve as a nexus for creative activity, mentoring and undergraduate research.
Learn more about our facilities and equipment.