Blend paid industry work with your studies. Co-ops can lead to full-time employment after graduation.
Rockets or robots? Race cars or remote-control planes? Whatever your interest, we have a design team for you.
The development of new technologies, breakthroughs, and scientific advances are a routine part of students’ education.
See the first car, its technical specs and the story behind its number.
Zips Racing alums: Where are they now?
I chose UA specifically for its engineering program. All of my professors have been great. When I graduate, I have a job lined up with Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co., where I had six co-ops over my college career.
Todd Dickerhoof, majoring in electrical engineering
Reconnect with old friends over drinks and art at the Art + Engineering Alumni Social. Hosted by The University of Akron’s College of Engineering. The event is free to attend. Includes drinks, light appetizers, and free entrance to museum exhibits. RSVP today!
MYO Summer Camp
Multiplying Your Options (MYO) camp at The University of Akron is a one week summer day camp for girls entering the seventh and eighth grades that introduces the girls to biomedical, civil, chemical, electrical, and mechanical engineering.Details and registration.
SEE UA! Camp
This is an engaging, one-week, summer residential and day camp for girls entering the 9-12 grades that immerses them into biomedical, civil, chemical, electrical and mechanical engineering. Details and registration.
We asked local science and engineering teachers what common misconceptions about engineering they hear most often from their students. See what they had to say.
Our student rocket-design team — the "Akronauts" — readies for a flight that will soar nearly a mile up.
We talk with Liz Clifford, team caption of the Baja team, as it prepares for competition in Tennessee, New York and California.