Welcome From the Dean

Welcome From the Dean

Dean Andres L. Carrano, PhD

Dean Andres L. Carrano, PhD

During his first year as dean of Fairfield University's School of Engineering, Andres L. Carrano, PhD, looks forward to the launches of new master’s programs in Cybersecurity and Data Science, the establishment of an Entrepreneurship program, and a renewed focus on Biomedical Engineering.

Greetings From Fairfield University!

Although our School of Engineering is only 26 years young, we are proud to be one of very few schools to offer engineering and computer science programs that are rooted in the centuries-old Jesuit educational tradition.

As we embark on our next quarter-century of innovation, we continue to strive to provide a comprehensive educational experience that yields highly competent engineers and computer scientists who display character and integrity, and possess a heightened sense of social justice, environmental responsibility, and overall concern for others.

In my first year as dean of the School of Engineering, I have found Fairfield to be a special place with inspiring people. I invite you to read the articles in this newsletter and learn more about Fairfield’s dedication to engineering with a higher purpose, as embodied in our remarkable faculty and students.

— Andres L. Carrano, PhD

An Interview With School of Engineering Dean, Andres L. Carrano, PhD

Additional Details:

Learn more about Dr. Carrano in his interview on Fairfield University’s thought leadership blog, ThinkSpace.

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