Prof. Glenn Amatucci's Energy Storage Research Group receives funding to develop powerful new battery cells.
School of Engineering
The Future Must Be Built
School of Engineering students and faculty are working on what’s NEXT— envisioning solutions that make the world better through engineering.
More Programs, More Opportunity
At Rutgers School of Engineering, we’ve got space for building big ideas, building confidence and character, and building a career.
With nearly $75 million in research expenditures and nearly 200 research faculty working on a broad range of topics, the School of Engineering is a place to find your research niche and make a real impact while getting your graduate degree.
Work with your choice of more than 20 labs and research groups, with tons of opportunities for you to develop an interest, find a faculty mentor to guide your project, and dive in.
Access and Inclusion
We offer programs designed to recruit, retain, and graduate a diverse population of engineering professionals.
School of Engineering at a Glance
Plan a Visit
Tour our facilities on campus and join a walking tour. We also offer information sessions with student and faculty panels to learn about majors, research opportunities, campus life, and all the ways students can get involved.
Tours and Information Sessions
At Rutgers School of Engineering, we are a community of different voices living, learning, and growing together. Get to know us!
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By David Garner, ENG'23
Five-year award supports development of a quantitative understanding of how, why, and where cracks grow in metals.
The School of Engineering will remember beloved academic dean Don Brown who died in May, at a memorial service on June 15 in Weeks Hall. All are invited to attend.
RU Engineer Magazine
In this issue, we feature the latest faculty and student news from the school along with in-depth articles on urban resiliency, DELLC 10 year anniversary, industry know-how in the classroom, and a Q&A with interim dean Alberto Cuitino.