University of Vermont

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ENGINEERING AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES

In the Spotlight

FIRST Robotics at UVM

08-27-2014

A Science Fair on Steroids

On Saturday, September 6, 2014 join students, families, teachers, school administrators and robotics enthusiasts for the official kick off of the FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC), a national robotics competition for high school students. An exciting moment for robotics teams across the country, the kick off will include a live broadcast ...

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08-21-2014

#MoveUVM Welcomes Class of 2018

On Friday, Aug. 22, the university welcomed the Class of 2018 to campus. As faculty, staff and student volunteers helped move first-years into their rooms, social media was abuzz with the excitement of a new class starting their UVM journey. New students and alumni, clubs and academic departments took to Twitter, Facebook and ...

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08-20-2014

Chair Maggie Eppstein Discusses the Future of Computer Science

Computer Science Chair Maggie Eppstein discusses the future of Computer Science and the recent award of a $650K 5-year grant from the National Science Foundation

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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. Learn More >>

Upcoming Events

2014 George D. Aiken Lecture
Hosted by the University of Vermont College of Engineering and Mathematical Sciences

Keynote address by Neri Oxman: Material Ecology: A New Approach to Nature-Inspired Design & Engineering

Thursday, October 2, 2014 at 5:00 pm
UVM Ira Allen Chapel
More information. RSVP today.

 

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.