Club Rush 2020

Hundreds of engineering students gathered at the Catmull Gallery in the Warnock Engineering Building for the Engineering Club Rush.

Raeymaekers Named ASME Fellow

Mechanical Engineering associate professor Bart Raeymaekers was named fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers.

See LUKE Arm in New Commercial

The LUKE Arm is featured in a new commercial shown during screenings of the latest "Star Wars" movie.

SoC Student Receives Nvidia Fellowship

School of Computing student was selected as a recipient of the 2020-2021 NVIDIA Graduate Fellowship.

EAE Play 2019

The Entertainment Arts & Engineering video game development program held its "EAE Play" event Dec. 6.

Mary Hall Named IEEE Fellow

School of Computing professor Mary Hall was named a 2020 IEEE Fellow.

Metallurgical Engineering Profiled

The research report for the U's Mines and Earth Sciences includes stories about projects in the Department of Metallurgical Engineering.

ME Fall Design Day 2019

Mechanical Engineering held its 2019 Fall Design Day on Dec. 3.

Porter Named AAAS Fellow

Chemical engineering professor Marc D. Porter was named a fellow to the Council of the American Association for the Advancement of Science.

Basketball Legend and ME Grad, Wat Misaka, Passes

University of Utah College of Engineering graduate, Wat Misaka, the first person of color to play in the NBA, passed away at 95.

Engineering Day 2019

A record group of high school students from all over the country were on the University of Utah engineering campus Nov. 23 for this year's "Engineering Day."

Students Win National AIChE Competition

Two chemical engineering student teams win first national AIChE K–12 STEM Outreach Competition.

LUKE Arm in U Magazine

The new University of Utah Magazine profiles the LUKE Arm.

R&D 100 Award Recipients

Researchers from the School of Computing and Idaho National Laboratory received the prestigious 2019 “R&D 100 Award.”

U Joins Association of American Universities

The University of Utah is one of the newest members of the prestigious Association of American Universities.

Bionic Breakthrough

Mechanical engineering assistant professor Tommaso Lenzi and his team are developing a new bionic leg.

Wi-Fi with Longer Range

Former School of Computing doctoral student creates new software protocol that greatly extends Wi-Fi range.

COE Fall 2019 Newsletter

The new fall 2019 College of Engineering newsletter is now out.

The Science of Big Data

The School of Computing has developed a new bachelor’s of science degree in data science.

Liu, Sparks Receive Quantum Computing Grant

Materials science and engineering professors Feng Liu and Taylor Sparks are part of a team that has received an NSF grant in quantum computing.

ARPANET Anniversary Event

The School of Computing held an event Oct. 7 to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the U's involvement in the ARPANET.

Thin to Win

University of Utah electrical and computer engineering researchers have developed a new kind of optical lens that is much thinner and lighter.

2019-20 ARCS Scholars

ARCS Foundation Utah honored its 2019 scholars during an awards luncheon Oct. 16 in the Warnock Engineering Building.

SafeU Month to Support Campus Safety

A list of resources, training programs and other important information to help keep you safe on campus.

Stopping the Spread of Cancer

Biomedical engineering assistant professor Tara Deans has received this year’s National Institutes of Health Director’s New Innovator Award