University of Vermont

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.
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Growing STEM at UVM

An artist’s rendering of UVM’s proposed STEM complex

A new, two-part science building will house state-of-the art labs, offices and classrooms. Read The Case for STEM by UVM Provost and Senior Vice President David Rosowsky.

In the Spotlight


Reddit Brings a UVM Evolutionary Robotics Class to the World

This story was published by Seven Days Newspaper on May 25, 2016


Gail Sheehy Urges Class of 2016: ‘Dare to Care’

Famed author Gail Sheehy spun out a commencement address to the University of Vermont’s Class of 2016 that transported her audience back to the UVM alumna’s own college days in the late 1950s, put them on the presidential campaign trail in 1968, and dared to ponder the essential definition of humanity in our technological age.


UVM's 215th Commencement Sunday; Ceremonies to Be Held on University Green

The University of Vermont will celebrate its 215th commencement on Sunday, May 22. The main commencement ceremony and the College of Arts and Sciences ceremony will take place outdoors on the University Green. Graduates and guests are urged to dress appropriately for the weather. The main ceremony begins with the procession at ...


Electrical Engineering Graduates Determined to Make a Difference

Of Electrical Engineering’s many applications, the energy sector is increasingly evolving into a world of diverse opportunities.


Seniors Capitalize on Strong Job Market

College graduation season is always a happy time. But many students are even more buoyant than usual this year, thanks to a job market for new college graduates that’s finally lifting off after years of recession.

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