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.
MIE Senior Academic Specialist Beverly Jaeger had her first-year students create interactive exhibits that explain engineering principles to middle school students.
The new American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) club won first place in the Target Altitude Event at their very first competition at "Battle of the Rockets" in Culpeper, VA.
Congratulations to the 14 COE faculty, staff, and students that were honored at the Academic Honors Convocation.
23 College of Engineering students were chosen for this year’s “Huntington 100”, a prestigious honor given to the most outstanding students for their hard work and achievements.
After 5,000-man hours designing a lighter design from last year, the NU Concrete Canoe team will compete at the ASCE New England Regional Concrete Canoe Competition on April 26.
Interested in doing research? Participating in an undergraduate research program allows students to enhance their learning experiences while still in school.