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The College of Engineering works closely with its industrial partners, from small entrepreneurial start-ups to Fortune 500 corporations, providing a wide range of resources in research and education.
Join a research consortium and see work in progress, help set research directions, and interact with faculty and students.
Our interdisciplinary research centers span a wide range of technologies from fusion and nanotechnology to engines and materials science.
This office is the primary contact point for business, industry and government to access technical capabilities in engineering.
- Student Recruiting
The college offers several events designed to match students with employers.
- Cooperative Education and Internship Programs
Employers have the opportunity to hire outstanding students early in their engineering education and to participate in the education process while pre-screening potential full-time hires.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Robert Blick is developing more cost-effective ways for pharmaceutical manufacturers to understand how drugs interact with the ion channels in cellular membranes. Photo courtesy of WARF.
Fast and reliable document delivery and research assistance services.
Note: Sponsored research, consortia, access to equipment, TechSearch, and other research activities may require fees or contracts.