Photo of students graduating in the smith center. A young woman is smiling.

ABOUT SEAS:

How does SEAS produce such outstanding engineers and computer scientists?  A spectacular new Science and Engineering Hall, a fast growing research enterprise, talented faculty recruited from top programs, and our unique location are the ingredients of our success.

The Clark Scholars Program, endowed at 16 million dollars, provides need-based scholarships and leadership training to top undergraduates. The department of electrical and computer engineering boasts 7 IEEE fellows. SEAS built one of the nation's leading fluid dynamics research programs over a 5 year period.
Twice the national average of female undergraduates. 50% more female faculty than the national average. Nearly 90% of SEAS students take advantage of the numerous internship and co-ops in the DC region.
40% of our faculty have been hired within the last 8 years and more than half hold doctoral degrees.