• UC Davis College of Engineering 2020 Undergraduate RankingsUC Davis College of Engineering 2020 Undergraduate Rankings

    September 9, 2019 By Rachel Furtado The U.S. News and World Report 2020 rankings of America’s Best Colleges show that UC Davis’ College of Engineering is moving up the list. The College of Engineering was ranked 29 out of 206 universities that offer doctoral programs, which is up three places from last year. Highlights from the report: The overall ...

 

 

 


  • 2019 Distinguished Engineering Alumni Recipients
    October 16, 2019 By Rachel Furtado Each year, the UC Davis College of Engineering recognizes outstanding alumni whose professional and personal achievements bring special honor to the College. This year, the College is pleased to name Kimberly Budil, Dennis Discher, Deborah Frincke, Michael Hurlston, Robert Kiss, John Maroney and Shelten Yuen as the 2019 Distinguished Engineering Alumni ...
  • A new era for the College of Engineering’s Center for Nano-MicroManufacturing
    October 10, 2019 By Noah Pflueger-Peters If you go through the heavy double doors at the end of the hallway in Kemper Hall, you’ll find several tinted windows looking out into lab spaces full of researchers conducting experiments. Welcome to the UC Davis Center for Nano-MicroManufacturing, known as CNM2. The facility, home to a 10,000 square foot cleanroom, ...
  • Cybersecurity Club at UC Davis brings new education, competition opportunities to campus
    October 8, 2019 By Noah Pflueger-Peters As stories of data breaches and malware attacks make headline news, students at UC Davis have taken it upon themselves to become cybersecurity experts to protect themselves online. The Cybersecurity Club at UC Davis (CSC) is a community for anyone interested in cybersecurity to learn, network and hone their skills to ...
  • A breath test for opioids
    October 3, 2019 By Andy Fell  A test to detect opioid drugs in exhaled breath has been developed by engineers and physicians at the University of California, Davis. A breath test could be useful in caring for chronic pain patients as well as for checking for illegal drug use.  “There are a few ways we think this could ...
  • College of Engineering’s 2019-20 Distinguished Lecture Series
    October 2, 2019 By Rachel Furtado Each quarter, the UC Davis College of Engineering hosts an outstanding researcher to deliver a distinguished lecture that is open to all students, faculty, staff and the public. These lectures are an excellent opportunity for our College to bring academic and industry experts to UC Davis to interact and exchange ideas ...
  • In Memoriam: Antara Bhowmick
    October 1, 2019 By Noah Pflueger-Peters The UC Davis College of Engineering and Department of Computer Science mourn the loss of alumna Antara Bhowmick ‘19, who passed away in an accident on September 25. Bhowmick completed her M.S. in computer science in Spring 2019 as part of Assistant Professor Cindy Rubio-González’s lab and was a member of ...
  • 2019 Outstanding Faculty Award recipients and faculty awards
    September 23, 2019 By Rachel Furtado Each year, the UC Davis College of Engineering recognizes faculty members who have demonstrated excellence in teaching, research and community. Faculty members are nominated by their respective departments and selected by the college’s faculty awards committee. This year, five professors will receive awards honoring their accomplishments at the Celebration of Faculty ...
  • Meet the new faculty!
    September 23, 2019 By Noah Pflueger-Peters The College of Engineering is thrilled to welcome 11 new faculty members for the 2019-20 school year. Our new faculty have expertise ranging from hardware security to assistive robotics to materials under extreme conditions and everything in between. Read their bios below to learn more about them and their work: Mason Earles ...
  • UC Davis College of Engineering 2020 Undergraduate Rankings
    September 9, 2019 By Rachel Furtado The U.S. News and World Report 2020 rankings of America’s Best Colleges show that UC Davis’ College of Engineering is moving up the list. The College of Engineering was ranked 29 out of 206 universities that offer doctoral programs, which is up three places from last year. Highlights from the report: The overall ...
  • Becoming a community leader by philanthropy
    August 29, 2019 By Trevor Stewart Hope is a powerful emotion –– it can get us through tough times, it can help us persevere trials and tribulations until we reach our goal. Third-year mechanical engineering student Martin Vega-Martinez ‘20 is the perfect embodiment of what hope, combined with hard work, looks like. At the age of 11, Vega-Martinez ...
  • Can science save citrus?
    August 27, 2019 By Diane Nelson In an orange grove outside Exeter, California, workers climb aluminum ladders to pick fruit with expert speed. California produces 80 percent of the nation’s fresh oranges, tangerines and lemons, most of it in small Central California communities like these. “This may be the last place in the world where you can still ...
  • AvenueE receives inspiring programs in STEM award
    August 26, 2019 By Noah Pflueger-Peters The UC Davis College of Engineering’s AvenueE program received an Inspiring Programs in STEM Award from INSIGHT Into Diversity magazine for its success in recruiting and retaining women and underrepresented students in engineering and computer science. The program, which prepares local community college students to transfer to UC Davis, was one of ...
  • Aerospace engineering student design teams place first, third in NASA Design Challenge
    August 21, 2019 By Noah Pflueger-Peters UC Davis mechanical and aerospace engineering senior design teams finished first and third in NASA’s 2018-19 Aeronautics University Design Challenge. The designs are the culmination of two quarters of work through the senior design course, led by Professor Case van Dam. This year’s competition asked students to design a commuter aircraft capable ...
  • Going for a hike in Stebbins Cold Canyon? Thanks to UC Davis computer science students, there’s an app for that!
    By Lisa Howard and the UC Davis Office of Research     A group of UC Davis students has created an iPhone app that allows visitors to the Stebbins Cold Canyon trail to view wildlife guides, maps and safety information to enhance their enjoyment of the trail. This is one of the first apps in the country for ...
  • LEADR Student Center
    August 14, 2019 By Trevor Stewart The goal of the Leadership in Engineering Advancement, Diversity and Retention (LEADR) Program is to recruit, retain and graduate a diverse student population from the College of Engineering. The program also offers academic advising—LEADR students must meet with their program advisor on a quarterly basis for the first two years of school ...
  • Investing in the future
        August 13, 2019 By Trevor Stewart Mechanical engineering student Eunbee Park ’19, computer science and engineering student Max Nedorezov ‘19 and civil engineering students Claudia Plascencia ’19 and Tadewos Getachew ’19 are just a few of the students at University of California, Davis, who have the chance to achieve their dreams thanks to the growing AvenueE program. The ...
  • Using STEM to improve lives
    August 7, 2019 By Aditi Risbud Bartl Alex San Pablo ’18 has found a support structure at UC Davis that sustains her in uncertain times, just like the structures she hopes to build one day as a civil engineer. College is difficult enough, but San Pablo, who graduated in June with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering and ...
  • Dean Bunn: An engaging spirit
    July 31, 2019 By Brady Oppenheim  Go to any UC Davis College of Engineering event and you’re likely to see Dean Bunn. Mentoring students at campus computer programming and robotics contests, greeting families at Move-In Weekend or just tweeting pictures about his daily UC Davis adventures, Bunn’s warm, welcoming and well-known presence is part of the fabric ...
  • Dr. Gerard Arino-Estrada receives NIBIB Trailblazer Grant
    July 25, 2019 By Kristina Batchelor  Dr. Gerard Arino-Estrada, an assistant project scientist in the Biomedical Engineering department, has been awarded with the Trailblazer R21 Award from the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB). The award is an opportunity for New and Early Stage Investigators to pursue research programs of high interest to the NIBIB that ...
  • PEGS21: Reducing barriers for first-generation students
    July 24, 2019 By Aditi Risbud Bartl The Preparing Engineering Graduate Students for the 21st Century (PEGS21) project at UC Davis seeks to support first generation students as they advance from undergraduate to graduate school in pursuit of their career dreams. In 2016, the program received a five-year, $1M grant from the National Science Foundation to improve the ...