Ahead of the Game

EAE was ranked No. 3 in U.S. News & World Report's top undergraduate video game schools.


Beard Study Wins Ig Nobel Prize

Steven Naleway won the humorous Ig Nobel Prize for his work on a study about the protection benefit of beards.


COE’s Ricci Tops Research Grants for 2021

School of Computing research associate professor Robert Ricci received the largest single grant at the U for fiscal year 2021.


Inclusive Computing Center

The School of Computing officially launched its new Utah Center for Inclusive Computing at an event Sept. 1


Steven Dean Receives U Award

College of Engineering IT Manager Steven Dean received the U's Staff Excellence Award for 2021.


Lenzi Named 2021 Gould Lecturer (UPDATE)

UPDATE: The lecture has been postponed to fall of next year due to concerns over Covid-19.


COE Annual Research Report Out Now!

Click here to read the college's new 2021 annual Research Report.


Virkar Named Distinguished ACS Lifetime Member

Anil Virkar was named Distinguished Lifetime Member of The American Ceramics Society.


New COE Faculty

The University of Utah College of Engineering is pleased to welcome 13 new tenure-track faculty members for 2021.


2021 COE Teaching and Staff Awards

Congratulations to all of the College of Engineering Teaching and Staff Award recipients for 2021!


New Upgrade for CADE Lab

The CADE lab in the Warnock Engineering Building has been upgraded with new hardware and software to meet students' needs.


Butterfield Receives Two National Awards

Tony Butterfield was honored with two teaching awards from AIChE and ASEE.


ECE Professor Featured in New Covid Video

Research by Massood Tabib-Azar is featured in a new U video about work to combat the Covid-19 virus.


UAC Students Visit Utah

Electrical and computer engineering students from the University of Utah's Asia Campus visited Utah recently.


Whitty Elected AIChE Fellow

COE Associate Dean of Research Kevin Whitty was elected Fellow of the American Institute of Chemical Engineers.


Up In Smoke

Heather Holmes has developed a method to better determine whether wildfire smoke will affect nearby communities.


Saving Energy, Cutting Pollution

The U's Intermountain Industrial Assessment Center is examining how businesses can cut down on emissions.


U Part of World’s Ultimate IT Team

U computer scientists have joined NSF center to help research facilities manage their data.


Harmful Algal Blooms in Utah

Civil and environmental engineering professor Ramesh Goel talks about the impact of algal blooms in Utah.


EAE’s Bob Kessler Passes

Entertainment Arts & Engineering co-founder Bob Kessler passed away July 8.


Synthetic Biology Yields New Tools

Team has discovered new way to control gene expression in bacteria, yielding new tools for mass-producing mRNA and protein.


McLennan Honored with Service Award

Chemical engineering professor John McLennan was honored with ARMA's Distinguished Service Award.


Air Flow Study in Science Advances

Chemical engineering study on air flow analysis of concert halls is published in Science Advances.


ME Students Design Eye Exam Table

A group of mechanical engineering students developed a portable eye-exam table kit for Moran's outreach team.


Mastren Receives DOE Award

Tara Mastren has received the DOE's Early Career Research Award.