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COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING & PhySICAL SCIENCES

The University of New Hampshire College of Engineering and Physical Sciences empowers creative thinkers, innovative problem solvers and leaders to make a difference. With world-class programs and faculty mentors, students actively engage in rigorous academics and hands on learning and research opportunities to have an impact in their profession, their community and the world.


 

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Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center
Advanced Manufacturing

The John Olson Advanced Manufacturing Center is up and running with a focus on industry engagement, student engagement and research as it connects UNH students to real-world learning opportunities. 

Innovation Scholars
Innovation Scholars

The Innovation Scholars program is a research driven introduction to UNH for first-year students under the direction of a faculty member. Students will develop skills that open doors of opportunity at UNH and connect them to the scholarly activity with UNH Innovation and UNH Career and Professional Success. There are multiple research areas to choose from.

Mechanical Engineering professors
Faculty Excellence

We are proud to celebrate research excellence in our department of mechanical engineering, whose last eight tenure-track faculty hires have received a National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) award. It’s one of many ways UNH is exploring the edge of possible through research and its commitment to educating the next generation of engineers.

  • Two CEPS students compete in finals of Social Venture Innovation Challenge
    Josh Howard ’21 and Nicholas Eagan ’21 were finalists in the student track of the Social Venture Innovation Challenge with their initiative EZGrid, a platform that connects electricity consumers with their utilities to help them lower their carbon footprint while also saving money. Howard in an...
    Two CEPS students compete in finals of Social Venture Innovation Challenge
    Josh Howard ’21 and Nicholas Eagan ’21 were finalists in the student track of the Social Venture Innovation Challenge with their initiative EZGrid, a platform that connects electricity consumers with their utilities to help them lower their carbon footprint while also saving money. Howard in an...
  • Building Networks and Success through Innovation Scholars
    When Jon Snow ‘22 learned about the opportunity to build a network, work in the UNH InterOperability lab and begin his college year with a unique experience through joining the Innovation Scholars program, he couldn’t pass it up. A year later, the sophomore computer science major has built a strong...
    Building Networks and Success through Innovation Scholars
    When Jon Snow ‘22 learned about the opportunity to build a network, work in the UNH InterOperability lab and begin his college year with a unique experience through joining the Innovation Scholars program, he couldn’t pass it up. A year later, the sophomore computer science major has built a strong...
  • Mapping a New Career
    Lynette Davis, a graduate student pursuing dual degrees in computer science and ocean mapping...
    Mapping a New Career
    Lynette Davis, a graduate student pursuing dual degrees in computer science and ocean mapping...
  • Changing Physical Oceanography in the Bering Sea
    Jennifer Johnson graduated from Virginia Tech with a bachelor of science in biology before enrolling in the oceanography master’s program in the fall of 2018. The Hampton Roads, Virginia native aims to work in the science field with a government or non-profit agency. Her research focus is in...
    Changing Physical Oceanography in the Bering Sea
    Jennifer Johnson graduated from Virginia Tech with a bachelor of science in biology before enrolling in the oceanography master’s program in the fall of 2018. The Hampton Roads, Virginia native aims to work in the science field with a government or non-profit agency. Her research focus is in...
  • CEPS faculty and students continue to provide mentorship at South Africa girls STEM camp
    Four members of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences traveled to South Africa to continue to forge a stronger international science and engineering connection as educators at the FIRST Avenue Girls Winter Camp in July, help at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa.  The...
    CEPS faculty and students continue to provide mentorship at South Africa girls STEM camp
    Four members of the College of Engineering and Physical Sciences traveled to South Africa to continue to forge a stronger international science and engineering connection as educators at the FIRST Avenue Girls Winter Camp in July, help at the University of Johannesburg in South Africa.  The...

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