- Startup Challenge seeks students, alumni for 2020-…The deadline for students and alumni to apply to the UWM Startup Challenge is September ...Read more
- Peters honored by IEOM Society InternationalCongratulations to Brett Peters, dean, who received the Distinguished Educator Award from the IEOM Society ...Read more
- Rahman receives $1.49M grant to develop robotic as…Mohammad “Habib” Rahman, associate professor, mechanical and biomechanical engineering, at UWM’s College of Engineering & ...Read more
- Smart city expert, Yue Liu, appointed to new state…Congratulations to Yue (Troy) Liu, professor, civil & environmental engineering, who—on invitation from WisDOT’s Secretary ...Read more
UWM is one of the nation’s top 131 research universities as recognized by the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education. The College of Engineering & Applied Science hosts dozens of world-class research centers, labs and multiple individual research initiatives. Through our research, we solve real-world problems. As a student at either the graduate or undergraduate level, you will have the opportunity to work with faculty on leading-edge research.
We are situated minutes away from one of the country’s major manufacturing hubs. Some of the world’s top manufacturers work with our faculty on today’s most pressing research questions. As a student here, you will have the opportunity to work with and learn from these companies. Through internships, co-ops and research projects, you will gain exposure to real-world challenges and enter the workforce ready to make a difference.