Fulbright Scholar

Biomedical and Chemical Engineering Alum Santita Ebangwese '19 G'20 Receives Fulbright Grant to Study in France

Ebangwese will be completing a master’s degree in Life Science and Health at the Universite of Paris-Saclay focusing on tissue cells and gene biotherapy research. Read more about Biomedical and Chemical Engineering Alum Santita Ebangwese '19 G'20 Receives Fulbright Grant to Study in France

Biomedical and Chemical Engineering Alum Santita Ebangwese '19 G'20 Receives Fulbright Grant to Study in France

Mac Namara Named Associate Dean

Sinéad C. Mac Namara Named Associate Dean for Student Affairs

Dr. Mac Namara had a joint appointment in the College of Engineering and Computer Science and the School of Architecture. Read more about Sinéad C. Mac Namara Named Associate Dean for Student Affairs

Sinéad C Mac Namara

American Chemical Society Award

Biomedical and Chemical Engineering Ph.D. Student Nandhini Rajagopal Wins American Chemical Society Award for Blood-Brain Barrier Research

Nandhini Rajagopal, a biomedical and chemical engineering doctoral student in Professor Shikha Nangia’s research group, has won the American Chemical Society’s prestigious Chemical Computing Group Research Excellence Award. This award recognizes exceptional research conducted by graduate students in the field ... Read more about Biomedical and Chemical Engineering Ph.D. Student Nandhini Rajagopal Wins American Chemical Society Award for Blood-Brain Barrier Research

Nandhini Rajagopal

Karen Davis

A Message from Assistant Dean for Inclusive Excellence Karen Davis

Working with the Office of Inclusive Excellence at Syracuse University’s College of Engineering and Computer Science, you can make a difference to favorably impact our community. Read more about A Message from Assistant Dean for Inclusive Excellence Karen Davis

A Message from Assistant Dean for Inclusive Excellence Karen Davis

Why Syracuse Engineering & Computer Science?

Our community of scholars is united in our commitment to the advancement of knowledge. The success of our College and, most importantly, our students stems from a special combination of rigorous thinking, deep knowledge, empathy, responsiveness, creativity, and the agility necessary to span the boundaries of disciplines, job descriptions, and cultures. We are equally committed to education and research and seek to achieve nothing less than a higher quality of life for all by building a safer, healthier, and more sustainable world.

College Departments

Our College’s four academic departments provide cross- and multi-disciplinary opportunities for students and emphasize student-centered programs and the pursuit of research with global impact.