Committed to creating and sustaining a multiculturally competent student body, faculty, and staff.
Connecting the classroom to the real world through experiential learning.
Our faculty are committed to the highest standards of teaching, research and service.
From kindergarten to high school, here is how we encourage students to pursue STEM.
Zachary Steever Industrial and systems engineering
Emmanuel Canales Chemical engineering student
Liam Christie Electrical engineering student
Jonathan Bessette Mechanical engineering student
Daniel Buckmaster Mechanical engineering student
Olivia Licata Materials design and innovation student
Wakil Pranto Civil engineering student
Jingye Tan Mechanical engineering student
Olivia Gustafson Aerospace engineering student
Industrial and civil engineering graduate
Kate Lukasiewicz Industrial engineering student
Ogechi Ogoke Chemical and biological engineering student
PhD ’14, MS ’10, BS ’09, mechanical and aerospace engineering
Electrical engineering student
Civil engineering graduate
Phil Schneider Electrical engineering student
Samantha Ring Biomedical engineering student
Andrew Kroetsch Chemical engineering student
BS ’92, industrial and systems engineering
Jessica Dorismond Industrial engineering student
Shanelle Ileto Computer science and engineering
Esther Jose Industrial engineering student
Tinkering is the first step in the experiential learning continuum. Students pursue self-led, hands-on practice as a precursor to being involved in more significant activities.
An engineering intramural is any problem-based extracurricular engineering activity that provides an authentic (i.e., “real-world”) learning experience for students.
Students are eligible to earn academic credit for internships and co-ops that may fulfill degree requirements.
Senior Design is a required capstone course in many departments in which students work in teams to tackle a "real-world" engineering design problem.