Our students are working to make a difference.
Our unparalleled university experience will open the door to extraordinary opportunities and connect you with exciting careers in a wide variety of industries including aerospace, biotechnology and energy.
Engineering students developed a bio-manufacturing process that uses an organism in brewery wastewater to make carbon-based materials needed for energy storage cells.
Mechanical engineers are using 3D imaging devices to study communication between the brain and nerves that have been severed, which could have major implications for those suffering brain injury, stroke, Parkinson's disease and other neurological problems.
Our large population of students who are interested in space programs will have an opportunity to develop new approaches for tracking, navigation and spacecraft control at a new Lockheed Martin Radio Frequency Space Systems Research Center on our campus.