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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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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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  • September 9, 2021

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    RIT launches workshop series on sustainable computing

    What if computing materials were sourced in conflict areas? Or manufactured in facilities that emit higher than average toxic emissions? Researchers today are examining the development of computing systems from a different perspective, one more in line with sustainability rather than just power, performance and speed.

  • August 30, 2021

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    Engineering faculty member receives NIH grant to develop biotechnology to better detect sepsis

    As one of the leading causes of death in hospitals, sepsis becomes more complicated with the rise in bacteria most resistant to some of today’s antibiotics. If physicians can detect onset earlier, treatments could begin sooner. Ke Du, a mechanical engineering faculty-researcher, will be developing a microfluidic device to improve detection of drug resistant bacteria in blood.

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