Our comprehensive educational and research programs cut across academic disciplines, giving students the opportunity to learn and to grow into world leaders in their chosen fields.
We provide opportunities for students to engage in sustainable engineering, renewable energy, and energy efficient lighting and transportation.
The Manufacturing Innovation Learning Lab (MILL) is the foundation for an emerging effort in undergraduate eduction in nanomanufacturing and other advanced manufacturing technologies at Rensselaer
Rensselaer's Undergraduate Research Program (URP) provides real-world, hands-on research experience for students like you.
The O.T. Swanson Multidisciplinary Design Laboratory delivers real-world engineering experience for undergraduates that integrates multidisciplinary design solutions.
Today's young inventors are tomorrow's technological and entrepreneurial leaders. The $30,000 Lemelson-Rensselaer Student Prize seeks to recognize and inspire these burgeoning inventors and innovators.
Students have access to entrepreneurial related classes, to lab facilities, faculty, and business advisors who can help shape and guide success, and even funding sources from grants, business plan competitions and possible Angel investments.
Zepu Wang has developed a new advanced material to coat electrical components and allow the transmission of higher voltages across national power infrastructures.
Fazel Yavari has developed a new sensor to detect extremely small quantities of hazardous gases.
Christopher Rivet's innovation could be an important new tool in preventing paralysis resulting from spinal cord trauma, cancer, diabetes, or a host of other diseases.
Formula SAE puts students in real-life design situations and offers experience that can not be learned from a textbook.
Students engineer solutions to social, environmental, and economic problems, both domestic and foreign, in the most sustainable way possible.
The Solar Car Racing Team designs a completely solar-powered to race against other all-electric student-built vehicles.
Rensselaer's women in engineering programs offer a host of opportunities for exceptional women to prepare and succeed in today's technologically advanced and culturally diverse workforce.
Our underrepresented minority students are breaking barriers to create diverse teams of technological leaders.
The Archer Center for Student Leadership Development gives engineering students a firm foundation in leadership and communication skills.
Through fun, dynamic and interactive sessions, this day is designed to spark interest in high-tech fields and to provide encouragement for young women to pursue technical careers.
Student-led activities are designed to spark the interest of young children in engineering and computer science through hands-on exploration
Rensselaer's Engineering Ambassadors (EA) inspire a younger audience to explore the role of engineers in society.