2023 Graduate Research Fellowships

Eight PCOE students have received graduate research fellowships for 2023.

PCOE Goes Up in Rankings!

The Price College of Engineering has gone up in the U.S. News & World Report graduate program rankings.

U’s Air Quality Network Receives Award

U engineers have ave received a Smart Cities North America Award for its air quality monitoring network.

Gale Named AIMBE Fellow

Bruce Gale has been named a fellow of the The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering.

Lenzi Delivers 2023 Gould Lecture (Video)

Tommaso Lenzi was the speaker for the 2023 Gould Lecture on March 29. Click here for video.

Utah’s Graphics Pioneers Event (Video)

During a historic two-day event March 23 and 24, the college celebrated the Utah pioneers who revolutionized computer graphics.

Powell Receives Utah Engineers Council Award

Kody Powell was named Engineering Educator of the Year by the Utah Engineers Council.


The U has joined the Advancing Sustainability through Powered Infrastructure for Roadway Electrification NSF Research Center.

Shock to the System

An ECE study shows that some wearable devices could interfere with cardiac implantable electronic devices such as pacemakers.

Texas Instruments Announces New Utah Fab

Texas Instruments announced it will build a semiconductor wafer fabrication plant in Lehi, Utah.

U.S. Energy Secretary Visits FORGE Team

U.S. Department of Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm met with the U's FORGE Team on campus.

PCE Earns EDI Bronze Level

The college was awarded the Bronze Level for the ASEE Diversity Recognition Program.

ECE Team Wins Top DOE Prize

A team led by Masood Parvania has taken the grand prize in the Hydropower Operations Optimization Competition.

Kramer Receives Award from AAAS

Jessica Kramer has received the Marion Milligan Mason Award from the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS).

COE Receives Major Gift, New Name

The John and Marcia Price Family Foundation has committed $50 million to the College of Engineering. (Video and photos)

A man with a blue short crouching next to a black solar panel. University of Utah associate professor Mike Scarpulla

Rethinking Photovoltaic Research

Mike Scarpulla has learned that our conventional method of tracking solar cell record efficiencies may be flawed.

University of Utah chemical engineering associate professor Kerry Kelly. A woman wiht brown hair and dark jacket.

Kelly Wins Women in Science Award

Kerry E. Kelly is one of five national winners of the 2022 Women In Science Incentive Prize.

Photo of Florian Solzbacher

Solzbacher Named NAI Fellow

Congratulations to Florian Solzbacher, who was named a Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.