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The Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at UC Santa Cruz aims to achieve engineering discoveries that benefit humankind through a combination of curiosity, open-mindedness, and inclusiveness. We aim to provide undergraduate and graduate students with inspiration and quality education, believing that rigor, creativity, and excitement should be part of the Electrical and Computer Engineering curriculum. Our Electrical Engineering undergraduate program is accredited by the Engineering Accreditation Commission of ABET, http:www.abet.org.

 

 

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Baskin Engineering UC PPFP & CPFP Symposium Flyer

Cutting-edge research in engineering and science presented at the first annual Baskin Engineering UC Postdoctoral Fellowship Symposium

On May 10-11, the Baskin School of Engineering, in partnership with the UC Santa Cruz Genomics Institute, hosted their first annual UC President’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program (PPFP) and Chancellor’s Postdoctoral Fellowship Program (CPFP) Symposium. The two-day, virtual event showcased the... Read More

Kelly Harkins Kincaid, CEO of Claret Bioscience and Astrea Forensics

Kelly Harkins Kincaid: From pit orchestra to executive leadership

Kelly Harkins Kincaid, CEO of Claret Bioscience and Astrea Forensics, was the second speaker of Diverse Voices: Season 3. The Diverse Voices speaker series, featuring industry leaders and Baskin Engineering alumni, aims to promote diversity in engineering and tech and inspire more individuals from... Read More

Diverse Voices 2021 speaker lineup

How one life experience shapes the next: Mothusi Pahl’s path to success

With the long list of engineering leadership roles on Mothusi Pahl’s resume, you might assume that his academic background included a technical degree, perhaps a B.S. in engineering. In fact, he received his undergraduate degree in economics with a minor in mathematics at UC Santa Cruz and went on... Read More

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