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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.

In 2015, the Lee College of Engineering is celebrating its 50th anniversary. To mark the occasion, the college is selling commemorative medals designed by UNC Charlotte artist Jamie Franki. Proceeds from the sale of the medals will go to the Lee College of Engineering scholarship fund. Click here for information on how to purchase the medals.

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2015-2016 New Faculty and Chairs
The William States Lee College of Engineering is proud to announce the addition of two new department chairs and a number of new faculty and staff members to our college. As educators, researchers, technicians and administrators, these new people bring a wealth of experience from some of the best academic institutions and companies in the world.
UNC Charlotte Team Wins Energy Forecasting Prize
A team of engineering students from UNC Charlotte has won the Institute Prize from the IEEE Power and Energy Society 2014 Global Energy Forecasting Competition. More than 400 students and professionals from over 40 countries competed on load, price, wind and solar forecasting.
Online History of the Lee College of Engineering
Starting with the earliest days of Charlotte College, a new comprehensive history explores the growth and development of The William States Lee College of Engineering from 1946 through 2015. Based on archival records and more than 40 personal interviews, the history captures the overall history of the college in five chapters. The history of each of the college’s six academic departments are also explored individually, as are the histories of five research centers.
2015 Faculty Awards
The William States Lee College of Engineering presented its 2015 Excellence in Teaching Awards and recognized length-of-service anniversaries, and reappointments and promotions at its faculty meeting on Nov. 12, 2015. The winners of the Excellence in Teaching awards were Engineering Technology and Construction Management faculty members Dr. Thomas Nicholas for undergraduate teaching and Dr. Don Chen for graduate teaching.
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