Engineering Design Night

Join us in celebrating the engineering profession and over 40 capstone designs developed by teams of Civil, Electrical, Environmental, Biomedical and Mechanical Engineering seniors! Davis Center, Silver Maple Ballroom

PhD Dissertation Defense: Kyle Kowalczyk

Shape Detection of Concealed Conductive Objects using Microwave Ultra-wideband Spectra Perkins Bldg. 200   Abstract: Metal detection systems available to the general public ordinarily verify the presence of conductive material, not the shape.  Shape detection is important for discrimination between dangerous Read more…

Undergraduate Admitted Student Visit Day

Tours will run from approximately 10:45 – Noon

PhD Dissertation Defense: Mahraz Amini

Corrective Dispatch of Uncertain Energy Resources Votey Hall, Rm. 207 Abstract: Increased penetration of renewables will require significant regulating reserves, so there is a need to re-think the traditional operating paradigm: supply follows demand. Recent work has expanded the role Read more…

LEED Green Associate (GA) Training

Want to get involved in sustainability? Opportunities are plentiful and LEED is at the forefront! LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is simply a sustainability scorecard for green buildings. Buildings can become LEED Certified as can people! The LEED Read more…

Mortar Board Honor Society: Application Deadline

JUNIORS! Do you have a 3.2 GPA or higher and expect to graduate in December 2019 or May 2020? Applications can be found on this Facebook page, Deadline to submit application materials is Friday, February 15th.

Engineering & Tech Career Fair

This industry-specific fair will include companies who are offering internships and full-time positions to students studying in these fields. For more information and the list of employers participating visit: Davis Center, Grand Maple Ballroom

Where Have all The Women Gone? #WomenInTech

In 1985, 37% of computer science bachelor degree recipients in the U.S. were women. By 2016, that number had dropped to 19%.* In Vermont, it’s even lower: a scant 14% of computer science program graduates from UVM and Vermont state Read more…

ASME Advising Talk

An open talk for all CEMS students to ask questions about classes and professors to help with the registration process. There will be cookies and students of all years (sophomores, juniors, and seniors primarily ME) to help guide freshman and Read more…

UVM CEMS Networking Night

About 25-30 employers and alumni attend and are grouped by our majors. The purpose of this event is to provide undergraduate and graduate students with the opportunity to rotate around and network with employers and alumni from various companies around Read more…