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Educate, Engage, Inspire, Innovate

We are committed to: creating hands-on experiential learning at all student levels; fostering an environment of innovation and high-impact research; engaging the community and collaborating internally and externally; and inspiring each other to continue learning and overcoming challenges.


of the Most Diverse Campus in the Nation by U.S. News & World Report
Increase in Students in Past 10 Years
Achieved R1 Very High Research Activity by Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education
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in Engineering Scholarships Awarded Each Year
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Student Resources

We’re here to help! We encourage you to utilize all of the resources the College has to offer to help you be successful in your engineering academic career. We offer academic advising, tutoring labs, internship and career services, and more. For additional resources, please see our Student Resources page.

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  • Dean, Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering
  • Lincy Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering
  • Associate Professor, Computer Science



News Center Stories

In the News

Feb. 25, 2020

You can’t have a conversation about combatting climate change without bringing up renewable energy. Replacing fossil fuels with sunlight, geothermal deposits, and the wind is one of the most obvious ways of reducing greenhouse gas emissions.

Popular Mechanics
Feb. 14, 2020

The government can’t keep its story straight about its involvement with UFO research. After a yearlong investigation, we bust open the files, break through the noise, and reveal the definitive, staggering truth

Jan. 27, 2020

If nothing else, the plan to shuttle visitors under the Las Vegas Convention Center in electric vehicles has sparked discussion about transit needs in the tourist corridor.

Dec. 19, 2019

The study explored a system that notified workers through vibrations where nearby machinery and vehicles were in operations. The experiment even went so far as to cover the eyes of the participants, resulting in 95% accuracy in completing tasks.

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