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CE Honor Students

Computer Engineering students participate in the Kate Gleason College of Engineering Honors program. The Honors Program enhances the academic and professional experiences of qualifying students. In addition to participating in Honors general education curriculum, students have access to special courses, seminars, projects, and advising in the College of Engineering and the Department of Computer Engineering. Students in the Honors program participate in special seminar classes with a curriculum focused on product innovation in a global environment. During field trips to key industrial sites students learn about sustainable engineering practices. During their second year students visit domestic companies to learn first hand the design and manufacturing process within a globalized economy.


CE Graduate Program Social

The CE graduate program is committed to providing excellent teaching and world-class research activities. You enjoy the richness of the faculty-student collaboration, peer mentoring, and build long-term close-knit relationships through a variety of social and professional development activities hosted throughout the academic year, further enriching the graduate student experience on-campus.

Women in Computer Engineering

In the Computer Engineering Department we are committed to increasing the visibility and representation of women in computer engineering. With the support of the Kate Gleason College of Engineering through WE@RIT and the Society of Women Engineering, we participate in outreach activities to increase women’s exposure to Computer Engineering, as well as providing a supportive environment through department activities for our women students. To learn more and get in contact with us, visit our Facebook page.

ARM Developer Day

The annual ARM Developer Day is a unique event offered to engineering students and faculty on campus centered on ARM-based processor development and technology. The ARM University Program is a key driver of the event that unites a large number of ARM partner companies with a series of hands-on, academic workshops for students ranging from freshmen through graduate level. The ARM Developer Day sparks engineering creativity in students and faculty by offering a combination of academic and industry training on the most relevant technologies used in the microprocessor industry today. 

Links to other student activities around campus:

Tau Beta Pi (The National Engineering Honor Society)


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