Advancing engineering as a bridge to equity, opportunity and progress for humanity on a global scale

Humans of Olin

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Alessandra Ferzoco Assistant Professor of Measurement Science

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Amy Phung Class of 2021

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Alexander Wenstrup Class of 2022

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Susan Fredholm Murphy & Chris Murphy Class of 2006

Emily Roper-Doten, Dean of Admission & Financial Aid, sits in Milas Hall looking at the camera.

Emily Roper-Doten Dean of Admission & Financial Aid

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Carlos Godinez Class of 2022

Olin College student Ally Bell '24, in light colored overalls and smiling at the camera, leans against the glass facade of the Academic Building.

Ally Bell Class of 2024

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Jeff Dusek Assistant Professor of Mechanical Engineering

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At a time when the global challenges we face are increasing in complexity and enormity, we must rethink how we educate engineers to meet those critical challenges."

Gilda A. Barabino, Ph.D.

President, Olin College of Engineering

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Leading transformation

At Olin, engineering is for everyone. We are transforming the definition of what engineering is, how engineering is taught, and what an engineer looks like.


By the Numbers

382

Students

50%

Tuition scholarship for every enrolled student

8:1

Student-Faculty Ratio

52%

Female Identified