We seek to provide a transformational educational experience that inspires our engineers in their relentless pursuit of innovations that create a better future for our world.
In the College of Engineering, we aim to give you a transformational educational experience that inspires you in your relentless pursuit of innovations that create a better future for our world.
Whether you are considering undergraduate or graduate-level education, the College of Engineering is the right place for you.
Challenges intrigue us and fuel what we do. The more difficult and perplexing the problem, the harder we work to unravel it—and we find great meaning and satisfaction in finding solutions, developing technologies, building devices, advancing knowledge, and improving systems that enhance the lives of people everywhere.
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// Chemical & Biological Engineering
December 2, 2016
Tags: alumni, CBE, Jeffrey Sprecher
Tags: catalyst, CBE, Faculty, Hermans, research
// Materials Science & Engineering
December 1, 2016
Tags: Dane Morgan, Informatics Skunkworks, Izabela Szlufarska, MS&E, scholarship, student, undergraduate, Zach Jensen
// Electrical & Computer Engineering
Tags: ECE, Faculty, Grainger Institute for Engineering, Po-Ling Loh
// Biomedical Engineering
November 30, 2016
Tags: BME, CRISPR, Faculty, gene editing, Maximizing Investigators Research Award, MIRA, National Institutes of Health, research, Saha
// Electrical & Computer Engineering, Mechanical Engineering
Tags: BadgerLoop, competition, ECE, ME, students
November 29, 2016
Tags: In the Media, Kevin Eliceiri
// College of Engineering
November 28, 2016
Tags: Astronaut, John Herrington
Tags: In the Media, Jing Li
// Civil & Environmental Engineering
November 22, 2016
Tags: aquifers, CEE, Matthew Ginder-Vogel, radium, water