As Fulbright Scholars, professors Yosi Shibberu (left) and Richard Onyancha will expand global STEM educational opportunities this academic year across Africa.
Two state-of-the-art observatories provide unique astronomical perspectives from both hemispheres.
Our culture is one where exceptional students learn from world-class faculty through collaborative projects, competition teams, and research. “There isn’t an environment like this anywhere else,” says Marcel Snijder van Wissenkerke, mechanical engineering student.
The expanded MiNDS Laboratory is opening exciting science opportunities for undergraduate students in nanotechnology and nanomedicine.
Students at the Branam Innovation Center spent hours working on cars, planes and robots to get ready for their end of year competitions.
Biomedical engineering students provide equine therapeutic devices to help those with special needs.
Mechanical engineering alumnus Jim Umpleby leads six Caterpillar divisions which had $20B in 2013 sales.
President Conwell appointed to STEM Higher Education Council.
For 15 straight years, U.S. News puts our engineering school and our programs atop its list!
Energy has fueled Scott Slisher’s engineering career.
David Fisher loves technology and it shows in his robotics and smartphone classes.
‘Project Lead The Way’ Workshop provides teachers with STEM education tools.