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The William States Lee College of Engineering is a community of students, faculty and industry partners. We study, design, research and build together. From the bachelor’s to the doctoral level, college of engineering students participate in experiential, hands-on projects; learning to visualize, design, create, build and apply. The Lee College of Engineering - stake your claim at North Carolina's urban research university.

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New Professional Engineers and Surveyors Recognized
A professional and career milestone was celebrated by many as the Lee College of Engineering once again hosted the North Carolina Board of Examiners for Engineers and Surveyors’ annual Certificate Ceremony. The Licensing Board recognized 20 Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors at the January 28 event. Dr. Bob Johnson, Dean, welcomed those in attendance, followed by the event’s keynote speaker, Dr. John Daniels, PE, Chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at UNC Charlotte. Dr.
New Research Awards
Congratulations to the Lee College of Engineering professors who received new research and additional funding awards for October, November and December 2014. A list of the new awards follows:
Waverley Labs and Lee College of Engineering Announce Solution to Quantify Digital Risks for Power Grids
Waverley Labs, a leading digital risk management (DRM) company, and The William States Lee College of Engineering today announced an innovative risk management solution based upon a research and technology collaboration focused on modeling relationships between cyber-attacks and the electric and physical infrastructures associated with the power grid.
New Albert Scholarship Seeks to Develop Engineering Leaders
A gift from Craig and Darla Albert has established a new merit-based scholarship program that is designed to develop future engineering leaders, and the first two winners of the Albert Engineering Leadership Scholars Program are now studying in The William States Lee College of Engineering.
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