University of Vermont

College of
Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

Shaping the Future

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Realizing the Power of Engineering Thought

upcoming events
CEE Seminars
Every Friday 12:50-1:40 PM
Perkins 101

ME Seminars
Various times & places

Who is CEMS

Our students and faculty are immersed in an atmosphere of discovery that stretches across disciplines. Learn More >>

Giving Opportunities

The generous support and involvement of alumni and friends is integral to advance the college's mission and programming. We hope you will join in this effort!


Join the Conversation

The College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences (CEMS) is composed of a constellation of brilliant and vibrant departments and programs. Our interdisciplinary approach prepares graduates for leadership roles while cultivating a diverse community of scholars.

It’s our mission to provide the State of Vermont an intellectual resource for technologically driven economic growth and to promote engineering, computer science and mathematics as professions in service to humanity.

CEMS is home to one school — The School of Engineering — and two departments — The Department of Computer Science and The Department of Mathematics and Statistics. CEMS faculty and students are actively engaged in on-campus transdisciplinary programs including Vermont Complex Systems Center, Vermont Advanced Computing Core (VACC) and the Integrative Graduate Education and Training (IGERT) program. Our statewide community outreach programs reach K-12 teachers and students and include The Governor’s Institute of Vermont and FIRST Robotics. Learn More >>

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