American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) – 2024

UConn College of Engineering will be participating in the Annual Conference and Exposition for the American Society of Engineering Education in the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon in June. Visit us at booth #103.

About UConn

Founded in 1881, UConn is among the top ranked public universities in the nation. Wall Street Journal ranked UConn number 9 among top public universities in 2024.

  • 4 regional campuses encompassing 4,074 acres
  • Land Grant & Sea Grant college, Space Grant Consortium institution
  • 17 graduate degrees: 100 research and professional practice fields of study
  • 6 professional degree programs
  • R1 Research University
  • 14 schools and colleges

 

About Engineering Graduate Programs

As a UConn Engineering graduate student, you can use your innovative and creative talents to find solutions no one else has thought of. Make your mark on the world.

  • 11 graduate degree programs
  • New: Engineering Education Ph.D., one of the only few in the country
  • Exclusive John Lof Leadership Academy
  • Access industry-level research equipment
  • 881 current graduate students, 196 Masters and Doctorate graduates in 2023
  • Professional development courses

About the Team

 

Fayekah AssanahAssistant Professor in Residence Fayekah Assanah is available at booth #103 for all your questions! Faye is a biomedical engineering professor and is also accessible by email at fayekah.assanah@uconn.edu.

Faye's research interests include biomaterials, tissue engineering, hydrogels, cellular response to mechanical forces, cell interactions with material interfaces.

After the conference, feel free to browse our complete UConn Engineering Graduate Program site and connect with us virtually.

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