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"It's one thing to read a textbook; it's another thing to actually be building water filters on the ground in Peru." That's a quote from a recent graduate and it nicely sums up what you can expect your time here to be like. You won't just learn about ways to solve the pressing issues of the 21st century, you'll actually use technology—in and out of the classroom—to make a real difference. If that sounds like something you want to do and if you're ready to be a part of a community of innovators, problem-solvers, dreamers, and doers, we encourage you to apply today, whether as an undergraduate or graduate student.

We welcome all inquiries (what kind of engineers would we be if we didn't?), and urge you to visit the College and our research facilities to see first-hand what we have to offer.