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97.2%

Outcomes Rate

100%

Students who complete cooperative education

7

ABET-Accredited BS Degrees

15

Master's and Ph.D. Degrees

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Meet the Dean

Doreen Edwards

Engineers are creative problem solvers who can have a profound impact on the world. In addition to providing an outstanding technical foundation, the Kate Gleason College of Engineering encourages students to understand the many ways in which their work affects society. Because we believe that students learn by doing, we provide them an abundance of opportunities to design, build, and innovate both inside and outside the classroom.

Doreen Edwards
Dean, Kate Gleason College of Engineering
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Latest News

  • July 29, 2021

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    RIT faculty joins blog series on 'engineering for good'

    Sarah Brownell, a senior lecturer in the Kate Gleason College of Engineering and director of RIT’s Grand Challenges Scholars Program, is a part of a multiuniversity blog series for Campus Compact’s Global Service Learning Blog.

  • July 29, 2021

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    Engineering students, faculty recognized as Champions of Change

    RIT members of the team that designed the Robo Drum—an assistive device for students at Orleans/Niagara Board of Cooperative Education Services (BOCES)—were honored with the New York State School Boards Association Champions of Change Award.

  • July 27, 2021

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    Student team designs imaging system for CIBER-2 launches

    Two electrical engineering students are refining an attitude control system and are seeking ways to reduce the impact of atmospheric heat that changes a spacecraft’s orientation during launch. Both students will share information about their work for CSTARS-2 during the 2021 Undergraduate Research Symposium.

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