College of

Engineering & Architecture

Welcome to the College of Engineering and Architecture at Washington State University!

At Washington State University, we are committed to creating a sustainable future, offering you the best undergraduate and graduate experience, and  immersing you in a world-class research environment that offers opportunity for doing hands-on work on real projects.

 Meet Our Students On WSU's residential campus, our students are never more than a few minutes away from an opportunity to participate.


 What Can You Study? As 21st century students, you face the greatest challenges and opportunities of a generation. Are you interested in making a difference in your community and world?


 Find Out About Scholarships. The College of Engineering and Architecture offers more than 300 Dean's Scholarships a year to incoming freshmen and transfer students.


 Learn About Our Latest Research We are working to power new research and solutions to create a sustainable energy future, to apply technology to preserve our quality of life, and to educate tomorrow's innovators.


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In the News

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Professor Clayton Crowe, 1933-2012. It is with great sadness that we let you know that Professor Clayton Crowe passed away Feb. 5.


Students Bring New Energy Ideas to Competition

CEA names 2012 outstanding faculty, students

A Rosie Future: Jetsons-Like Gadgets with "Ambient Intelligence Are Key to Smart Homes and Cities

Professor Diane Cook Writes about Smart Homes in the latest issue of the journal Science

WSU Electric Vehicles Team - The Race is On video

'LEGO Kid' builds farm equipment replicas from toys

Overwhelming demand for spots in engineering program at OC

"We need engineers. We need scientists." More than 40 major companies have agreed to double their number of engineering internships.

WSU Tri-Cities jet biofuel researcher wins DARPA award

Electric grid was designed to prevent Arizona outage

Imperium Renewables partners with WSU to produce better aviation biofuel

Department of Transportation engineers worked with seismic specialists at WSU in retrofit of Aurora Bridge

Read School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science e-news.

Congratulations to the Steel Bridge Team - 15th in the Nation!

Ecowell heads south to quench dream

WSU Sports Science Lab making an impact on bat testing

WSU Tri-Cities part of team converting organic waste into biofuels

What Do Engineers Know and When Do They Know it??

Students Create New Thumb Drive to Transfer Without Computer

WSU and INL: Harnessing Bacteria to Brew Eco-Friendly Plastic from Waste

GoNano Receives Grant to Develop Carbon Capture Technology

Read these profiles of entrepreneurial alumni talking about their WSU experience!

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Summer 2012: Metal Fabrication

Are you looking for a great summer metal fabrication experience? Do you want to become competent at welding, machining, and working with hand tools? Sign up for this summer session class that starts May 7. 

New Energy Systems Research Center Opens

"Working closely with industry partners on energy issues and the smart electric power grid, we are uniquely positioned to be a leader in developing new technologies to solve these critical energy problems, which will directly impact the economy of Washington and the nation[...]" [more]

Bose Appointed As DOE Advisor to Guide Future Power Grid Research

Anjan Bose, Regents professor in the School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, has been appointed a senior advisor to the U.S. Department of Energy, where he will lead an effort to coordinate research on electric power grid technologies. [more]

Engineers Needed!

Governor Gregoire proposes $7.6 million to enroll more engineering students and $1.5 million toward aerspace research at WSU and UW. Click here for the full story.

WSU Leads Effort for Economical, Sustainable Jet Biofuel

Washinton State University receives $40 million grant to develop alternatives to petroleum-based fuel using wood and wood waste. Click here for the full story.

Engineering and Computer Degrees Pay Off

The top five spots for the highest paying degrees of 2011 go to engineering and computer science majors. (more)

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