Graduates in ECE
Our mission is to build a stronger research community for our members. Your support will provide engagement opportunities for all graduate students to present their research and share experiences as graduate students. Our goal is to mentor new students and provide peer support to those completing their Ph.D. and Master program.
Women in ECE
Our mission with WECE is to provide a supportive community for the women in the Electrical and Computer Engineering department here at UD. We intend to provide an encouraging environment where female members in ECE can meet periodically to build relationships, do group activities, attend educational events and provide helpful resources for outreach and support.
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineering (IEEE)
The University of Delaware student chapter of the IEEE strives to promote the career opportunities available and to raise awareness of new developments in the field among electrical and computer engineering students by fostering interaction among students, faculty, employers and professional engineers.
Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society
Our chapter, Epsilon Omicron, was founded on May 20, 1966. Our mission is to provide professional support and opportunities to our members and provide academic support to all students in the ECE department at University of Delaware.
Candidates must be juniors who have a cumulative scholastic rank in the upper fourth of their class or seniors with the cumulative scholastic rank in the upper third of their class and will receive communication if selected to join this esteemed society.
Vertically Integrated Projects
The Vertically Integrated Projects (VIP) program connects undergraduate students with the cutting-edge research taking place at UD. Multi-disciplinary teams of students work on projects with faculty, who serve as leaders and mentors to teams.
Grand Challenges Scholars Program
The Grand Challenges Scholars Program (GCSP) is designed to provide UD Engineering undergraduate students with the opportunity to be immersed and engaged in the most pressing societal concerns of our time.
UD’s Spectrum Scholars promotes a welcoming environment for undergraduate students with autism at UD that enhances their ability to thrive in academic environments and campus life.