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College of Engineering and Applied Science


Working for Wyoming and the World

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.

Click here to begin your journey of discovery and find a place in one of UW's eleven College of Engineering and Applied Science programs.

Rise to National Prominence

The Engineering 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 here.

What's Happening


Ben Bryan (second from right) and his team in the OSIRIS-REx assembly and test room. (Photo - Bryan)

UW Engineering Graduate Helps Launch Innovative Spacecraft

October 18, 2016 ‖ University of Wyoming alumnus Ben Bryan got a call that most people wouldn’t dream was possible.

Bryan Hassler (second from left) poses for a portrait with his family.

CEAS Alumnus Discusses Opportunities, Challenges In Energy Industry

October 11, 2016 ‖ Bryan Hassler is the president and CEO of Xcel Energy in Denver, Colo. He earned a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering from the University of Wyoming in 1984.

Cody Sackett discusses job opportunities at a UW job fair Sept. 28.

Senior CEAS Student Explores Career Possibilities

October 11, 2016 ‖ It’s the time in Cody Sackett’s life where he’s beginning to think about what he’ll do after college.

An EERB donor speaks withUW President Laurie Nichols and CEAS Dean Michael Pishko.

UW Breaks Ground on Engineering Education and Research Building

October 10, 2016 ‖ The University of Wyoming broke ground Friday, Oct. 7 on the Engineering Education and Research Building, a new state-of-the-art engineering facility that fosters innovation and collaboration among students and faculty.

Jeff Clune (left) discusses his research with Wyoming Gov. Matt Mead.

Nature Article Highlights Clune’s Research

October 7, 2016 ‖ An article published Oct. 5 in Nature highlights the research that Computer Science Assistant Professor Jeff Clune and his team perform at the University of Wyoming.

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Dean's Office
EN 2085
Dept. 3295
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: 307-766-4253

1000 E. University Ave. Laramie, WY 82071
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