Through the College’s new Engineering Peer Educator program, experienced undergraduates help first-year students transition into the UW community.
As his tenure comes to a close, Dean Michael Bragg reflects on where the College of Engineering has been since he joined in 2013 and where it’s headed next.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Center opens a new era of computer science education and innovation at the UW.
The UW researcher has been honored for contributions to creative and practical sensing systems for sustainability and health.
Civil & Environmental Engineering senior Alex Ratcliff is bringing solar power and increased sustainability to buildings across campus.
The new campus makerspace provides the UW community with a place to collaborate, innovate and create.
Industry professionals help ISE undergraduates transition from student life to the working world through a unique mentorship program.
UW researchers create a robotic arm that assists people with eating.
Jim Pfaendtner, the Jagjeet and Janice Bindra Endowed Associate Professor of ChemE, has been named chair of the department.
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