News: Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering

Kevin Hwang
People | October 18, 2011
No idea too big or small, Rebel entrepreneurs have more than business “plans.”
People | July 19, 2011
Woosoon Yim's work focuses on smart materials and the control of dynamic machines. That means things that move in reaction to their environments. That means robots.
People | May 18, 2011
Meet some of UNLV's graduates who were recognized at commencement for their academic achievements, community outreach, and ability to overcome adversity.
People | May 10, 2011
Two exceptional graduates share their thoughts on the paths that UNLV led them to take
People | May 9, 2011
Wali Zaidi and fellow engineering students win the international Humanitarian Technology Challenge with their plan for bringing electricity to people in rural areas of the world.
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Arts and Culture | May 5, 2011
Students from the UNLV Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering will put their undergraduate education to the test when they showcase year-long, commercially viable projects designed to solve everyday challenges at the spring 2011 Senior Design Competition.
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Campus News | March 30, 2011
Robots Created by more than 1,000 High School Students from Across the Nation will Compete April 1-2 at UNLV; Nine Local Schools to Participate
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Business and Community | February 22, 2011
UNLV Marks National E-Week With Student-Driven Event to “Introduce A Girl to Engineering," Boost Gender Diversity in Profession
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UNLV History | January 13, 2011
The replica plane is a sign of the lasting legacy Howard Hughes had on UNLV's College of Engineering.
Campus News | January 11, 2011
Engineering and business students team up to turn classwork into moneymaking products at the fall Senior Design Competition.
People | November 30, 2010
A group of UNLV students design economical system for bringing electricity to remote areas in third-world countries.
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Campus News | November 23, 2010