Reed Appointed to National Science Board

Daniel A. Reed, senior vice president for Academic Affairs at the U, has been selected to serve on the National Science Board.


“You’ve got to have more engineers”

A story from Forbes explains Utah's success story in tech, thanks in part to the college feeding new engineers to the workforce.


Distinguished Faculty Awards

Two College of Engineering professors were honored during the University of Utah Commencement with faculty awards.


U Esports Team Going to National Championship

The U’s varsity esports team is headed to Houston to compete in its first national collegiate esports championship.


2019 COE Convocation Photo Gallery

Click here to see a photo gallery of the 2019 College of Engineering convocation.


COE 2019 Spring Newsletter

Click here to read the new 2019 spring newsletter for the College of Engineering.


Venkatasubramanian Wins Ethics-in-CS Grant

School of Computing professor Suresh Venkatasubramanian wins grant to develop curriculum on ethics in computer science.


It’s Game Time!

EAE students unveiled their new games during "EAE Launch" on Wednesday, April 24.


CVEEN in South Korea

The civil and environmental engineering department launched its bachelor's degree program in South Korea.


ECE Distinguished Alumnus

Randal Sylvester, division chief technologist for L3 Technologies, Communications Systems West, was awarded electrical and computer engineering’s Distinguished Alumnus Award.


Chemical Engineering Distinguished Alumni

Kurt Nielson, former chief engineer at ExxonMobil, received the University of Utah Department of Chemical Engineering Distinguished Alumni Award.


Students Receive NSF Fellowships

Three University of Utah College of Engineering students have received National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships.


Bio Students Win Bench to Bedside

Four biomedical engineering students are part of a team that won the grand prize at this year's Bench to Bedside Competition.


Lassonde Student Innovation Report

Lassonde's Student Innovation report is now online and highlights a number of fascinating engineering-related projects.


Faculty Inducted into AIMBE College of Fellows

Sarang Joshi and Florian Solzbacher have each been named to the College of Fellows of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering.


POWDER Test Bed Completes First Phase

The U's Platform for Open Wireless Data-driven Experimental Research team has completed the first phase of its new testbed in Salt Lake City.


Enhancing Power Supply Resilience to First Responders

Masood Parvania has received a three-year, $4.4 million research award to advance solar energy’s role in strengthening the resilience of the U.S. electricity grid.


Kessler to Be Honored with IEEE Award

EAE co-founder Robert R. Kessler has been named to receive the IEEE Computer Society Computer Science and Engineering Undergraduate Teaching Award.


Hermans Receives NSF CAREER Award

Tucker Hermans has received the National Science Foundation’s Faculty Early Career Development Program (CAREER) award.


Restoring hearing loss

Electrical and computer engineering chair Florian Solzbacher is part of an international team developing new technology to allow the deaf to hear.


Grant for Metal Additive Manufacturing

University of Utah mechanical engineering professors have received a $3 million grant to continue research on a better method to 3D print metal parts.


Air Quality Sensor Network

Click here to see a National Science Foundation video about chemical engineers' work on a portable air quality sensor network.


Burian Honored with Civilian Award

Civil and environmental engineering professor Steve Burian will be awarded one of Pakistan’s highest civilian honors.


Chuck Hansen Named Distinguished Professor

School of Computing professor Charles Hansen has been appointed as a Distinguished Professor of Computing.


COE Rises in Rankings

The College of Engineering rose three spots in this year's U.S. News & World Report graduate program rankings.