Brown Receives Rosenblatt Prize

COE Dean Richard B. Brown was honored with the Rosenblatt Prize for Excellence, the U’s highest faculty accolade.

Live Broadcast of COE Convocation Ceremony

We will broadcast the 2018 College of Engineering Convocation Ceremony live this Friday at 4:30 p.m.

Larry DeVries Retires

Distinguished Professor K.L. DeVries (Larry) capped off his 55-year career at the University of Utah with a retirement celebration.

The Road Less Traveled

Civil and environmental engineering class will release traffic study on Little Cottonwood Canyon.

COE Faculty Honored

Five COE faculty members received the Career Services Faculty Recognition Award.

Pershing returns to the College of Engineering

David W. Pershing returns to the College of Engineering after six years as U president.

New “Living Laboratory”

U researchers will build a new test bed for mobile and wireless communications research.

Chemical Engineering Team to Demo Air Quality Sensors

Professors Tony Butterfield and Kerry Kelly have been selected to demonstrate their pollution sensors at the USA Science and Engineering Festival.

Rio Tinto ME Building Gets the Gold

The Rio Tinto Kennecott Mechanical Engineering Building has achieved a LEED Gold certification after the building’s latest upgrade – the installation of a solar panel array on the roof.

ME Students Design Sitski for Paralympian

A team of University of Utah mechanical engineering students designed and built a sitski for U.S. paralympic athlete Sean Halsted.

ME Faculty Honored with NSF CAREER Awards

Two more College of Engineering professors have received the coveted National Science Foundation CAREER Award.

Undergraduate Researchers to Be Honored

Two University of Utah engineering students will receive the Outstanding Undergraduate Researcher Award from the U’s Office of Undergraduate Research Office.

FIRST Robotics 2018

Fifty-two high school teams from around the country battled it out in the 2018 Utah Regional FIRST Robotics Competition, co-sponsored by the University of Utah's College of Engineering.

Parvania Receives Educator of the Year Award

Electrical and computer engineering assistant professor Masood Parvania received the 2018 Engineering Educator of the Year from the Utah Engineers Council.

SoC Faculty Receive NSF CAREER Awards

Two University of Utah School of Computing faculty members received the National Science Foundation’s CAREER Award.

Kerry Kelly Receives UCAIR Award

University of Utah chemical engineering assistant professor Kerry E. Kelly was awarded the Clean Air Person of the Year by the Utah Clean Air Partnership (UCAIR).

Ivan Sutherland Honored

University of Utah computer science luminary Ivan Sutherland was recently honored with the Washington Award from the Western Society of Engineers.

Elementary Engineering Week

Elementary school students are on the University of Utah's College of Engineering campus to learn more about the wonders of science and technology during Elementary Engineering Week.

EAE Helps Launch Esports Organization

The University of Utah’s esports program along with student video game clubs from 10 other Pac-12 universities have formed a new unofficial esports organization.

High Scores for Higher Ed

According to U.S. News & World Report, Utah is No. 2 in the country in higher education based on graduation rates, educational attainment, low debt at graduation and tuition and fees.

Reaching the Breaking Point

Mechanical engineering assistant professor Claire Acevedo believes the bones of an older person become more susceptible to a break due to repeated stress from everyday activities such as walking, creating microdamage that affects the quality of the…

Engineering Day 2017

On Saturday, Nov. 18, more than 345 Utah high school students learned how engineering ideas greatly impact their daily lives.

Ruth V. Watkins Named New U President

Ruth V. Watkins, senior vice president for Academic Affairs at the U, was named the 16th president of the University of Utah.

Gaillardon Receives NSF CAREER Award

University of Utah electrical and computer engineering assistant professor Pierre-Emmanuel Gaillardon has received the NSF CAREER Award.

EAE Play 2017

The University of Utah's Entertainment Arts & Engineering program showed off dozens of student-produced games under development during its annual "EAE Play" event.