Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering News
The College of Engineering provides students a solid foundation in several engineering disciplines for a successful career in engineering and computer science.
Current Engineering News
Multidisciplinary student team overcame 2020 pandemic obstacles and competition delays to win first in the operations and presentation categories, and second place for innovation and energy.
From the Solar Decathlon to student scholarships, Commercial Roofers helps students rise to demands of challenging field.
Longtime civil engineering faculty member David James takes a look back at how UNLV and Southern Nevada have changed over the last 30 years
U.S. News & World Report’s annual list of top graduate and professional schools ranks 26 UNLV programs within nation’s top 100.
After pandemic delays, about 50 students on Team Las Vegas gear up for UNLV's third showdown in the international Solar Decathlon sustainable homebuilding competition.
New interdisciplinary degree looks at long-term solution to thwarting cybercrimes
Engineering In The News
The winners of the 2021 Solar Decathlon Build Challenge show how to build energy-efficient housing in extreme climates—the kinds of conditions climate change will only make more prevalent.
A UNLV team took third place in a U.S. Department of Energy challenge to design and build a home powered by solar energy.
The UNLV team took home third place in the Solar Decathalon, the US Secretary of Energy announced on April 18 during a virtual ceremony.
UNLV Solar Decathlon team to learn results of international competition as they came in 3rd place.
Las Vegas City Council voted last week to explore the idea of a multibillion-dollar, 19-mile mass-transit system that a private company wants to develop for Charleston Boulevard.
A proposed solar project in Southern Nevada’s Moapa Valley would be the state’s largest if built, but opponents are saying, “not in my backyard.”