A Sound Treatment

Jan Kubanek has discovered that treatments of brain disorders may not have to require drugs or invasive surgery at all – just sound waves.

Better Predictor for Cancer Patients

Team led by Orly Alter have validated a better predictor of life expectancy for brain cancer patients.

ECE Faculty Receive IEEE AP-S Awards

ECE's Cindy Furse and Jamesina Simpson each received awards from the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society.

Social Disparities in Air Pollution

Engineering faculty who built air quality sensor network participate in new pollution study.

COVID-19 Sensor

ECE professor Massood Tabib-Azar is developing a fast, reusable test for COVID-19 that works with cellphones.

2020 CAREER Award Recipients

Roseanne Warren and Kerry Kelly have received NSF CAREER Awards.

John Warnock Commencement Address

Click here to see video of John Warnock's 2020 University of Utah commencement address.

EAE Holds Graduation in Game

EAE students held their graduation in the best way they know how – in an online video game.

U to Conduct Virtual Commencement

The University of Utah’s 151st general commencement will be held virtually on Thursday, April 30, 2020, at 6:30 p.m. at utah.edu/live and on KUTV.com.

Marc Porter Named Distinguished Professor

Marc D. Porter was named Distinguished Professor of chemical engineering.

U Honors COE Faculty

Bruce Gale, Tony Butterfield and Andrew Merryweather each were honored with U faculty awards.

Reverse Alchemy

University of Utah metallurgical engineering assistant professor York Smith facilitated the science behind the art of alchemy.

COE Research Into COVID-19 Pandemic

Click here for a list of nine COE research projects being funded by the U to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.

Video Games to Lift Your Spirits

EAE will unveil its student-produced video games during a live streaming event.

COE Alumni Lending a Hand

College of Engineering alumni, industry partners and faculty are using their unique skills and resources to combat the COVID-19 coronavirus.

College Newsletter is Now Out!

Catch up on all the latest news from the College of Engineering in the new spring newsletter.

Engineers to Create PPE

U engineers are using 3D printers, laser cutters and other equipment to create new personal protective equipment for hospital workers.

Mucus and the Coronavirus

Biomedical engineering assistant professor Jessica R. Kramer will study the role mucus plays in spreading a coronavirus like COVID-19.

College Rises in Rankings

The College of Engineering has moved up in the rankings!

Convocation Postponed

The College of Engineering is postponing its 2020 convocation.

Catmull to Receive Turing Award

College of Engineering alumnus Ed Catmull, co-founder and former president of Pixar Animation Studios, will receive the ACM A.M. Turing Award

College of Engineering’s Response to COVID-19

The College of Engineering is taking complementary actions for our staff and faculty.

EAE One of Top Game Programs

EAE is ranked one of the best game design programs in the world, according to The Princeton Review.

Merryweather Receives Faculty Award

Andrew Merryweather has received this year’s Bennion Center Distinguished Faculty Service Award.

Thanks for Your Support!

Thanks to you, this year's "U Giving Day" was a huge success!