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Our students are learning how to design and build the products and solutions of the future.

Bright ideas

From photonics to biopharmaceuticals to data science and more, our research is game-changing.

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World-class interdisciplinary research and teaching both happen right here.

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September 25, 2018

Quantum Momentum

UD received a $1 million grant from the National Science Foundation to help develop the quantum electronics of the future.

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September 20, 2018

Engineering For Fun

September 18, 2018

Grad Student Picked for International Forum

September 11, 2018

UD Ranked Among Top National Universities

Levi Thompson Named Dean of College of Engineering

Levi T. Thompson, currently the Richard E. Balzhiser Collegiate Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Michigan, has been named dean, effective Oct. 1.

Undergraduate Research Spotlight

Civil Engineering senior Rachel Schaefer explores how vegetation can reduce erosion of Delaware River island

#Hengineers Succeed 

%

of College of Engineering graduates are employed or pursuing further education.

coinsStarting Salaries as high as

$120,000

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ENGINEERING FOR FUN

Students design and build toys, pitch to Melissa and Doug representatives

Undergraduate Research Spotlight

Chemical engineering sophomore Erin Hogan is helping to develop the next generation of NASA spacesuits fit for a mission to Mars.

Delaware First: The Campaign for the University of Delaware unites Blue Hens across the nation to accelerate UD’s mission of cultivating tomorrow’s leaders, creating solutions to grand challenges, embracing diversity and inclusivity, inspiring innovations and transforming lives.

Engineering Excellence

Anahid Ebrahimi was one of seven grad students in the U.S. to win a prestigious national award for future higher education leaders.

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