Provost Appoints New Interim Dean

Tarek Sobh, PhD, interim provost, announced that after consulting with program directors, he has named Khaled Elleithy, PhD, interim dean of the College of Engineering, Business, and Education.

How to Prepare for Careers of Tomorrow in 10 Steps

Students are now being educated for job titles that do not yet exist. Ten years ago, there was no such thing as an Autonomous Car Engineer, Nanotechnologist, Health-Care Simulation Educator, Social Media Marketer, 3-D Designer, Data Analytics Specialist, Virtual TV/Film/Theatre Set Specialist, Blockchain Developer or an Augmented Reality Designer.

UB Coding Conundrum++


UB Coding Conundrum++ is the second programming competition organized by The University of Bridgeport Programming Club. The competition is open to the UB Community and people are expected to participate in teams of three. The focus of the competition is to solve logical problems that will test not only each participant's coding skills but also teamwork and problem-solving. You will also have the opportunity to test your skills against teams from invited schools!

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Take two for the win

hen are two individuals a strong enough duo to win a challenge that normally requires a team of four or five?  Answer: when the dynamic duo is Isha and Sushant Singh, two graduate students at the University of Bridgeport. The Singhs, who received a monetary award for their project proposal, presented their ideas to Checkmate Digital of New Haven, Connecticut, their Innovation Challenge Weekend client. According to the company’s website, Checkmate Digital, is a product strategy and design partner for B2B companies.

UB Engineer's Day


K-12 Bridgeport teachers, students and their families are invited to Attend UB Engineer’s Day

Join the fun with K-12 hands-on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Activities and Demonstrations 
 

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UB and ARS Team Up and Showcase a New Cloud Robotics Platform at Amazon Web Services CES Booth

Bridgeport, CT, February 6, 2019 – The University of Bridgeport and industry partner Advanced Robot Solutions (ARS), a high visibility robotics and Artificial Intelligence (AI) company, demonstrated an innovative service robot in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) space at the 2019 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, one of the world’s biggest technology events.

In recent months, the University of Bridgeport’s robotics specialists and ARS worked to customize its FURo-D service robot to be built using recently released cloud robotics service, AWS RoboMaker.