Fall foliage (leaves) in front of the prism sculpture and the School of Engineering on October 8, 2020. (UConn photo/Sean Flynn)

Course: Learn How to Teach a Class!

REGISTER FOR ENGR 5430 – 001 : Teaching Engineering – Communication and Pedagogy Course For the Spring 2022 Semester CREDIT: 1.0 | PREREQUISITE: NONE | LOCATION: MCHU 206 FORMAT: IN-PERSON | TIME: WEDNESDAYS 3.30-4.30PM Course Highlights Learn Education Theories Create goals and learning objectives for class Design assessments and evaluation rubrics Learn how to motivate […]

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Call for Student Abstracts – “How We Want to Learn!” Radical Student Voices from the Academy in a Crises World – DUE JAN. 30, 2022

“How We Want to Learn!” Radical Student Voices from the Academy in a Crises World CALL FOR ABSTRACTS FOR EDITED VOLUME Are you a student or a recently graduated student who is or was frustrated with your education? Do or did you feel disengaged? Unsatisfied with PowerPoint lectures and hungry for more community in your […]

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Data Science for Social Good Summer Projects (Fellow Applications Open) – Deadline Feb 14, 2022

Applications for Data Science for Social Good UK and DSSGx Germany 2022 are now open. Following the success of the previous Data Science for Social Good initiative in the UK, the University of Warwick has opened applications for the 2022 DSSGx UK summer projects programme. The programme will run over 12 weeks from 6 June […]

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E-Fellows Engineering Postdoctoral Fellowship

The new Engineering Postdoctoral Fellowship, known as the eFellows program, places early-career PhDs in engineering fields in university research postdoctoral fellowships. In addition to hands-on academic research with a faculty advisor, each fellowship cohort will participate in professional development and mentoring activities designed to prepare them for future research careers . The eFellows program is […]

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Conference Participation Award

Applications for the Conference Participation Award (formerly the Doctoral Travel Fellowship) will be accepted through June 30. Detailed information, including eligibility criteria and the application form, can be found on our website and application information will be appearing in SoapBox posts for grads throughout June.   As a reminder, the Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship is transitioning […]

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Remote Work for GAs and Tuition Remission

Guidance About Graduate Assistants Working While Outside the U.S. Remote Work GAs provide vital teaching and research service to the University, and some of this work might be possible remotely. GAs who are here in the U.S. are able to work remotely, provided they have supervisor approval and that the responsibilities of the position can […]

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2021-22 Learning Community GA Positions

The Office of First Year Programs & Learning Communities (FYP&LC) supports Graduate Assistant (GA) positions to provide undergraduate enrichment and administrative support for interdisciplinary Learning Communities. LC GAs serve under the direction of a Faculty Director and in collaboration with the Office of First Year Programs & Learning Communities as part of a support team […]

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Winners of the 7th Annual Virtual Poster Competition!

This Year’s Annual poster competition has been completed, and it was great to see all the research topics going on in the School of Engineering. You all did a great job! But with a tough competition this year, these were our winners! Department Winners: Biomedical Engineering – Khanh Tran Biomolecular and Chemical Engineering – Henry […]

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