Locations

Moscow

Office of the Dean
Phone: (208) 885-6470
Toll-free: 88-88-UIDAHO
Fax: (208) 885-6645
Email: deanengr@uidaho.edu

Janssen Engineering (JEB)
Room 125

875 Perimeter Drive MS 1011
Moscow, ID 83844-1011

Dean's Office Directory

Boise

Contact Denise Engebrecht
Phone: (208) 364-6123
Fax: (208) 364-3160
Email: denisee@uidaho.edu

Idaho Water Center
322 E. Front Street
Boise, ID 83702

uidaho.edu/boise-engineering

Idaho Falls

Contact Debbie Caudle
Phone: (208) 282-7983
Fax: (208) 282-7929
Email: debrac@uidaho.edu

1776 Science Center Drive, Suite 306
Idaho Falls, Idaho 83402

Distance Education

Engineering Outreach
Phone: (208) 885-6373
Toll-free: (800) 824-2889
Fax: (208) 885-9249
E-mail: outreach@uidaho.edu

eo.uidaho.edu

Student Features

Sophie Milam Graduate Student College of Engineering University of Idaho
Sophie Milam: The First Vandal on Mars
UI mechanical engineering graduate student Sophie Milam is about to find out what life is like on Mars, by spending eight months in seclusion in Hawaii.
» Read more about Sophie Milam
Riannon Heights College of Engineering University of Idaho
A Path Less Traveled
For recent civil engineering graduate Riannon Heighes the path less traveled has always presented unique opportunities to make a difference. She returns to UI to pursue her master’s degree with a focus on transportation research.
» Read more about Riannon Heighes
Formula Hybrid Champions 2014 College of Engineering University of Idaho
Formula Hybrid Champions!
After four days of competition the University of Idaho’s Vandal Formula Hybrid Racing Team returns to Moscow winners of the 2014 national Formula Hybrid Competition.
» Read more about this years Formula Hybrid Champions
Wired for the Future
Wired for the Future
Electrical engineering student makes quick work of challenges to graduate in three and a half years.
Wired for the Future
Molly Loucks
Highway to Success
Extracurriculars, hands-on projects enhanced education for civil engineering graduate
Molly Loucks isn't nervous about managing engineers when she graduates from the University of Idaho and jumps into her career. She's handled a tougher crowd – 90 members of the Alpha Gamma Delta sorority.
» Read more about Molly Loucks
Nate Suhr
Engineering for the World
Chemical engineering graduate combines education, international service
To Nate Suhr, helping people in remote villages learn about water filtration isn’t just humanitarian work – it’s science education.
» Learn more about Nate Suhr
Kevin Witkoe, Goldwater Scholar
Hands-on Research For Goldwater Scholar
Goldwater Scholar Kevin Witkoe focuses on robotics research for NASA and calculating speed for a robotic hand to help stroke patients with physical therapy.
» Read more about Kevin Witkoe and his Goldwater Scholarship.
Kysen Palmer
Education on the Fly… Wheel
Engineering graduate kicks his studies into high speed on his way to Cambridge for doctoral degree
» Read more about Kysen's journey to the University of Cambridge.
Marching band with Band-Beesten the Human-Assisted Robotic Drumset
Rolling with the Beat
Collaborating to Create the Impossible
“Done right, this really could revolutionize what marching bands are doing at all levels. That’s the goal — getting on the forefront of this and doing something unique and different.”
» Read more about Band-Beesten.
University of Idaho College of Engineering Vandal Racing
Students' hybrid race car takes eighth at international competition
Half-scale Formula One racer hits 60 mph in 4.5 seconds
Members of the Vandal Hybrid Racing Team at the University of Idaho are celebrating the successful debut of their new car at a recent competition in New Hampshire, where they placed eighth overall among 40 student groups from around the world.
» Read about the results.
University of Idaho College of Engineering Graduate Greg Austin
Setting A Goal For Graduation
Gregory Austin | Class of 2012
Despite trials and tribulations, Austin has beaten the odds and will be graduating with a bachelors degree in industrial technology from the University of Idaho-Idaho Falls.
» Read more about Gregory's Vandal story.
Quinn MacPherson - Changing the World One Nanoparticle at a Time
Changing the World One Nanoparticle at a Time
Quinn MacPherson's achievements led to him being named a Goldwater Scholar – a prestigious national award that recognizes excellence in science and mathematics.
» Read more about Quinn's achievements in materials science engineering and physics
State Board of Education Document Search software
Student EXPO Project Allows State Board of Education to Mine Vital Data
Mapping out a successful future often depends on the ability to understand the past. Computer Science capstone students are working with the State Board of Education to create a software solution to a historically big problem.
» Read more about the Idaho State Board of Education Data Mining Tool
Jacob Bow
Keeping Centered: Bow Balances Work and Play at University
While activities outside the classroom help keep Bow balanced as a student, it was the chemical engineering department’s reputation that drew him to the University.
» Read more about Jacob Bow, a 2011 Goldwater Scholar.
Methane Rain EXPO team testing design in liquid nitrogen
Real-World Value from an Out-of-this-World EXPO Project
Students involved with the 2011 EXPO’s Insane Methane Rain Plane project developed an experiment that can be flown on a future research mission to Titan, Saturn's largest moon.
» Read more on what the students say is the greatest value of being a part of EXPO.
Idaho's Clean Snowmobile
Going For Green
Clean Snowmobile Challenge
» Read more about the lean Snowmobile Challenge team.
Journey and Learning Never Stops
“What I’ve been taught at the University is the ability to learn. Now it’s up to me to find out what I am capable of doing with that knowledge.”
» Read more
Anna Camery
Houston, We Have Impact:
What Women Want from Engineering
“Engineering’s impact is really spread out over everything; it’s the behind the scenes groundwork that makes everything work."
» Read more on how Anna Camery is using technology to change lives.
Tower Lights show
Housing by Day, Light Show by Night
Tower Lights: One of the largest and most unique displays of Vandal Pride the University of Idaho has ever seen!
» Read more about the light show.
Ashley Vincent
Vandal Summer Fulbright Soaks Up Culture
Ashley Vincent, a civil engineering student, spends Fulbright summer in Newcastle, England.
» Read more about Ashley Vincent's experience at the Fulbright Summer Institute.
Traffic engineering students
A Picture Worth 1,000 Words
Virtual Technology and Design Bolsters Traffic Signal Systems Education
Some people complain about traffic, Christopher DeLorto actually wants to do something about it.
» Read more about Christopher's ideas on traffic signal systems.
Nuclear Engineering student Olumuyiwa Omotowa
Oxford-Bound: Nuclear International Networks
Idaho student earns an invitation to the elite World Nuclear University Summer Institute held at Oxford University.
» Read more on how Olumuyiwa Omotowa heads to England.
Blue Angels in formation
Distinguished Student Soars
Graduate student flies with the Blue Angels
Edward William awarded the 2009 Mike Shinn Distinguished Member of the Year on behalf of his work with the National Society of Black Engineers.
» Read more about Edward William and his flight with the Blue Angels.
Computer Science students with server rack.
Battle of the Brains
World's largest and most prestigious computing competition hosted on campus
» Read more about the ACM International Collegiate Programming Contest.
SkyHook
The Sky's Not the Limit
University of Idaho Students Build a Ladder to Space
» Read more about the "SkyHook" project.
Edward William and Rachel Bonas
Best and Brightest in Technology
Doctoral Students Take Top National Honors
Featuring Engineering doctoral students Edward William and Rachel Bonas
» Read more about Edward William and Rachel Bonas' national honors.
Snowmobile
Engineering Students Fine-Tune Clean Snowmobiles
Students on the University of Idaho’s Clean Snowmobile team know how to fine-tune the knowledge they gain in a classroom to make a cleaner and quieter snowmobile.
» Read more about how engineering students are impacting industry through clean technology.
Michael Andrews
The Best and the Brightest
Number of top students selecting Idaho jumps dramatically
The University of Idaho sets record enrolling 26 Naonal Merit Scholars
» Read more about National Merit Finalist Michael Andrews.
University of Idaho College of Engineering Students enter NASA Space Elevator Competition
Climbing Beyond Rocket Science
Mechanical and Electrical Engineering students enter the $500,000 NASA Space Elevator competition. The competition is designed to train young visionaries who will bring the concept to life.
» Read more about the NASA Space Elevator competition.
Doctoral student Richard Hill
A personal goal to make life better for others
Richard Hill is focused on helping to find a cure for multiple sclerosis.
» Read more about Richard HIll's research in computational neuroscience.
Graduate students test water in Kenya
Changing the World Is a Real Education
University of Idaho engineering students are designing sustainable technologies to provide clean drinking water to the nomadic Maasai people of Kenya.
» Read more about how University of Idaho engineering students are designing sustainable technologies.