Industry Partnerships

Your company's investment in the College of Engineering can have far-reaching impact, educating the leaders of tomorrow and pursuing solutions to the problems we face today. We are leading cutting-edge research in fast-growing and high-impact industries like robotics, biomedicine, healthcare, and the environment. You can be a part of the exciting work being done in our classrooms and labs by establishing a fellowship, equipping a laboratory, funding research, and more. Find out how your company can benefit through partnership with the College of Engineering by exploring the links below.

See our list of partners. These organizations have donated over $100,000 to support excellence in engineering.

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Corporate & Foundation Relations (CFR) builds relationships between companies and engineering students, programs, and faculty. We help companies customize recruitment plans and link to career services.
Contact: David Iyall or Jenny Selby.
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Learn about the research interests of faculty and how to sponsor a custom project for your company. Contact Todd Cleland or use these tools:
Engineering Faculty Lookup | UW Research List
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Learn about research centers at the College of Engineering and our affiliates programs:
BioE | CPAC | CSE | EE | HCDE | UWEB21 | uWAMIT
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Learn about our popular co-op and internship program, recruiting opportunities, career fairs and posting jobs online.
Recruit Grads | Co-ops and Internships | Career Fairs
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Find out about the College's labs and research facilities, including the Washington Nanofabrication Facility and the Molecular Engineering & Sciences Institute. To arrange a campus visit with Corporate & Foundation Relations, contact David Iyall.
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Learn about UW Engineering's Professional Masters and Certificate Programs and other UW professional and continuing education programs.
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Search for available technologies. For more information, contact the UW Center for Commercialization.