- Engineering students’ Study Abroad participation has more than quadrupled since 2007, increasing from 4 percent to 18 percent toward an overall goal of 25 percent by 2018.
- The new Institute for Data Science has been established, with annual support fueling research that is creating new techniques for collecting and analyzing data that enables students to: spot business and political trends, prevent diseases, and study cognitive abilities such as perception, learning, memory, and decision-making.
- Additional financial aid helped the School continue to recruit and retain the best engineering students, resulting in a record enrollment of more than 1,450 undergraduates.
- Paid internships were offered to engineering students, giving them more opportunities for hands-on learning.
*Since the naming of the Hajim School in 2009
Bullet points highlight impact made in 2014