Aug 01, 2017
CoE alumnus Gary Wilson and two classmates won a national student engineering design competition in 1976, for an orthotic device to aid limb movement of a 12-year-old girl.
The alcohol detection app, PROOF, in action
Jul 31, 2017
The UCSB College of Engineering is producing the next generation of innovators. Their vision extends beyond traditional disciplines to see endless possibility ahead.
A time capsule to be opened on the 75th Anniversary of the CoE was unveiled at the 50th Anniversary celebration.
May 03, 2017
Alumni from five decades gathered for the 50th Anniversary celebration of UCSB Engineering. Here, several of those who attended share highlights from their lives then and now.
COE alum Rob Rankin with his horse Jackie.
Apr 18, 2017
CoE alum Robert Rankin came to UCSB for the waves, then rode a groundswell of success to a big career as a computer programmer.
David Vandervoet's student photo taken in the 60s
Jan 12, 2017
David Vandervoet was part of the first class ever to go through UCSB College of Engineering from freshman to senior year. He shares some stories about the College in its early years.
Oct 25, 2016
Matt Begley talks about what makes UCSB Engineering a great environment, as an alum and professor
ECE graduate student Victoria Rosborough
Oct 21, 2016
Q&A with Victoria Rosborough, current graduate student in Electrical & Computer Engineering studying integrated photonics
Aug 25, 2016
Maricris Palentinos, BSEE '14: "UCSB gave me the best undergrad experience and sent me onto a successful career path."
Aug 24, 2016
Do you recognize any of these familiar faces from among the faculty of the Electrical and Computer Engineering department of 1983?
Aug 23, 2016
Neil Topliffe, BSME '04, talks about overseeing construction of the New Stanford Hospital and his favorite UCSB professors
Aug 11, 2016
Sowju Mudunuri, MSECE '09, says that being a software engineer at Fitbit is very rewarding and offers advice for fellow Gauchos In Tech
Jul 29, 2016
Archive Image of the Week: In 1989, a group of Mechanical Engineering students designed a human-powered submarine as their final project for ME156C
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