Engineering for impact
From its inception, Olin’s only constant has been our drive to transform how engineering is taught, learned, and perceived. We pursue this goal alongside partners—educators, innovators, and industry leaders—who share our goal to make engineering education sustainable, equitable, and accessible for all.
Frances Haugen ’06 tells Olin, “How we treat each other matters”
Frances Haugen, a 2006 Electrical and Computer Engineering alum from Olin’s first graduating class, returned to campus on Thursday, April 28 to speak with Olin students, faculty and staff, and guests from Wellesley and Babson in the Norden Auditorium.Read More
Olin’s del Rosario Awarded NSF Grant for Studying How Engineers Understand Variability
Zachary del Rosario ’14, assistant professor of engineering, has been awarded a $180,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to investigate how practicing engineers recognize data variability in their real-world projects.Read More
Frank Talks: How Will You Fly Tomorrow?
In this (virtual) talk, Ollie will share information about the exciting technologies and trends that will help us take to the skies – and continue traveling our planet – with significantly lower emissions.Read More
Olin Community Generated SCOPE Project Info Session [CANCELLED]
Join us for a virtual conversation for Olin alums and parents of alums to explore a possible SCOPE project for your organization, or just to learn more about how Olin collaborates with partners to put together SCOPE projects.Read More
ADE Social Impact Showcase 2021
Weissman Foundry, Babson College
Come engage Affordable Design and Entrepreneurship (ADE) students from Babson, Olin, and Wellesley grappling with pervasive social challenges like civil rights, environmental justice, economic mobility, food security, and structural inequality.Read More