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Why CEMS?

Imagine, Design, and Build a Better Future

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Our students and faculty are immersed in an atmosphere of discovery that stretches across disciplines to find answers to complex and challenging problems in engineering, mathematics and computer science.
Our students learn from and work with faculty members who are pioneering new knowledge at the forefront of engineering and the computational sciences. Participation in this research-enhanced environment opens a world of possibilities for students and produces inspired individuals: critical thinkers and creative leaders to address the opportunities and challenges of tomorrow.

 

View the UVM Campus from a Quadcopter

"No one wants to film someone else on a powder day," says Julian Tryba '13, explaining how he conceived of the Eleview. After a monstrous snowfall his junior year, Tryba and friends headed to Jay Peak, where in between runs, they daydreamed about a device that could follow them down the mountain, filming them without the need for a designated cameraman. 

 

What Makes CEMS Unique:

  • Undergraduate Research Opportunities

    First-year students learn by doing in introductory design courses. Sophomores, juniors and seniors have the opportunity to join research teams of individual faculty members working on a variety of socially relevant projects. As seniors, engineering students work in teams in order to solve real-world engineering problems. Electrical engineering and mechanical engineering student teams work on multidisciplinary design projects in collaboration with clients from industry or with faculty on research-related devices. Learn more about research opportunities at CEMS

    Richard Barrett Scholarship

    Barrett Scholars conduct inquiry and investigations that make original intellectual or creative contributions to the engineering discipline. The program provides prestigious, competitive awards to outstanding undergraduate engineers who wish to pursue a specific research project under the mentorship of a faculty member.

    Learn more about the Richard Barrett Scholarship

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Two ways to visit UVM and learn more about CEMS

  1. Join UVM admissions for a prescheduled UVM information session and tour. To learn more about these ongoing events visit UVM Admissions
  2. Fill out the CEM visit request form to request a visit to the college. Please allow two weeks for processing.

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