November 13, 2015 — Students in the College of Engineering and Applied Science can learn more about an online tool for employment and internship opportunities next week.
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Only the most innovative and creative solutions will overcome the energy and technology challenges facing today's world. The students, faculty, and staff of the University of Wyoming's College of Engineering and Applied Sciences understand these challenges. They coordinate with leading national science and technology agencies to devise strategies to make our nation and world safer, cleaner and more technologically sound. All students have the opportunity to learn from and work alongside world-class researchers who engage our most complex topics. UW College of Engineering graduates are leaders within many of the world's most influential corporations and government agencies.
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Rise to National Prominence - The Tier-1 Initiative
Now is the time to be part of the University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Applied Science. After a significant investment from Wyoming state government in 2012, the Tier-1 Engineering Initiative was created to elevate the college to new heights of excellence in education, research and service. The initiative focuses on the following strategic goals:
- Excellence in Undergraduate Education
- World-Class Research and Graduate Education
- Productive Economic Development
- K-14 STEM Education
Find out more about it here.
CEAS Calendar of Events
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November 12, 2015 — Anthony Richard has grown pretty comfortable in his space on the third floor of the Engineering Building at the University of Wyoming.
November 12, 2015 — A genetic engineer from a university in Ireland says his collaboration with researchers at the University of Wyoming could lay the groundwork to develop hand-held detection devices for use in environmental monitoring and pathogen detection.
November 9, 2015 — Twenty University of Wyoming students have been named to the inaugural class of student researchers in the Wyoming Research Scholars Program (WRSP).
November 5, 2015 — Just months after beginning his post-college career, Colter Reed found himself without much direction in his life.
November 2, 2015 — The hard work of a group of engineering students was rewarded recently, as it was announced that a University of Wyoming team was selected to participate in a national rover design and demonstration competition.
October 28, 2015 — Kaidi Sun feels right at home in Laramie, Wyo. She’s grown comfortable with the small-town atmosphere, the mountain setting and the easy pace of the town. It’s hard to believe that just a few years ago, she was studying and living in one of the world’s most populated cities.
October 26, 2015 — The Wyoming Department of Transportation has named a University of Wyoming engineering graduate as the department’s chief engineer, after WYDOT announced Friday that Gregg Fredrick would assume the role.
October 15, 2015 — The Department of Civil & Architectural Engineering is proud to nominate Madison Liming and Erica Gilrein for the Wyoming Engineering Society’s Student Engineer of the Year Award. Each program nominates their top graduating senior for this award.
October 12, 2015 — Architectural Engineering student Risto Beatty has been awarded a scholarship to attend Greenbuild 2015. Greenbuild is an International Conference & Expo sponsored by the US Green Building Council. This year’s event is in November in Washington, D.C. Risto, a native of Jackson, Wyoming, wins full conference registration, plus travel and lodging expenses.