As public funding for our state's universities declines and the costs and risks of corporate R&D escalate, there is increasing motivation for forging bonds between academia and industry.
The Bren School is research oriented - even at the undergraduate level - with formal projects addressing hardware, software, algorithm design, artificial intelligence and the societal impacts of computing.
Research orientated education means Bren School students arrive at companies already comfortable on the leading edge and poised to make an immediate impact.
In addition to students, our world renowed faculty work with outside companies and frequently collaborate with professionals in other academic areas to create even greater synergy.
This results in a combination of corporate insight, faculty guidance and student energy that has proven time and again to be the spark that ignites tomorrow’s products and services.
The Bren School programs listed below offer you an opportunity to interface with our students and faculty.
BUTTERWORTH PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT COMPETITION Bren:ICS is pleased to announce the 2010-2011 Butterworth entrepreneurship competition. A formal kickoff event will be held in early January (details to be announced). The competition offers an opportunity for students to develop their business skills and earn cash prizes. learn more »
TECH JOBS Whether you are looking for computer science interns, part-time or full-time employees, Tech Jobs is the place for you. Post your job opening and know that you are reaching Bren School students and alumni each and every time! learn more »
SCHOLARSHIPS AND FELLOWSHIPS Support a student by sponsoring a scholarship or fellowship. In forging relationships with the students they support, current donors have discovered that Bren School students are more than scholars, they also are community volunteers, dedicated youth leaders, responsible young adults and promising future professionals. learn more »