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UD students help middle schoolers learn computer engineering.
SHARING THE POWER OF STEM
Local girls learn about opportunities in science, engineering, technology and math
BUILDING A STRONGER WORLD
Colleen Murray recognized for excellence in composite materials research
A Message from Dean Thompson
Engineers are problem solvers, and with the challenges our society faces in human health, climate change and more, we need more problem solvers. When we engage young minds with engineering, we help children understand that they have the power to tackle the world’s problems. We afford them experience not only with the direct underpinnings of engineering, such as physics and chemistry, but also with concepts that are inherent to engineering, such as problem-solving, logic, collaboration, and much more.
Levi T. Thompson, Ph.D.
Dean, College of Engineering
Elizabeth Inez Kelley Professor of Chemical Engineering