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e-squared: everything engineering

Welcome to e-squared: everything engineering, the College of Engineering's blog! Get to learn about life as an engineering student and what it means to be a Husky. Discover what your professors are researching and what they have to say about their fields. Interested in contributing or being featured in the Blog? Contact Alexandra Berleus @ 

April 5, 2017
Written by Sara Rauwolf, a fifth year Civil and Environmental Engineering student.
Civil & Environmental Engineering
Undergraduate, Competitions, Professional Societies
March 31, 2017
ChE Professor & Chair Tom Webster discusses how nanotechnology can infiltrate a bacteria or attach to a virus to prevent the spread by viruses and infections.
Chemical Engineering
March 29, 2017
Written by Andrew Spencer, a second year PhD student in the Department of Chemical Engineering.
Chemical Engineering
March 22, 2017
Written by Marie Mitchell, a fifth-year student pursing both her Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and Master of Science in Engineering Management.
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Undergraduate, Graduate
March 15, 2017
Written by Michael Tormey, a second-year student double-majoring in Civil Engineering and Economics.
Civil & Environmental Engineering
March 1, 2017
Written by Gabrielle Rabadam, a third year Chemical Engineering student.
Chemical Engineering
Undergraduate, Student Groups, Professional Societies
February 22, 2017
Written by Annmarie Uliano, a graduate MS student in Engineering Management.
Mechanical & Industrial Engineering
Undergraduate, Graduate, Student Groups, Professional Societies
February 15, 2017
Written by Michelle Stolzoff, a fourth year PhD student in Bioengineering.
Graduate, Student Groups