Set for success
Setting students up for success is our natural guiding principle. Through a variety of academic opportunities in the classroom and laboratory, through research and cocurricular activities, and in our signature cooperative education program, our students are well prepared for self-discovery and professional development.
By participating in NUTRONS, NU’s FIRST Robotics team, undergraduates are able to teach high school students to build robots while reinforcing their own engineering skills.
The research developed by the VOTERS center (led by CEE Professor Ming Wang) for detecting the formation of potholes was featured in Fast Company.
ME student Craig Schmidt, Jr. explains the awesome experiences he is having participating in a NASA internship.
As a recipient of a 2014 Provost Undergraduate Research Award, Caroline Webb (ChE) will be studying the effect of hormone treatments on the expression of ZCT1 in transgenic Catharanthus roseus hairy root cultures.
Congratulations to the NU Solar Boat club who finished 2nd Overall and was named the Most Improved team at the annual Solar Splash competition.
After finishing 8th overall in the final competition of the season, the Baja team describes the competition and modifications they made to the vehicle which led to their success.
The newly formed student group Enabling Engineering uses engineering principles to design and build projects to help individuals with disabilities.
Interested in doing research? Participating in an undergraduate research program allows students to enhance their learning experiences while still in school.