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JUNE 2018

Engineering has a diversity issue. EngineeringCAS™ can help.

Whether you’re perusing U.S. News & World Report, exploring ASEE.org or catching up on Scientific American, you’re bound to see coverage of the concerning lack of diversity in engineering and the sciences. Take, for instance, the fact that 4,000 African American engineers graduate annually with bachelor’s degrees — 10,000 annual bachelor’s degrees would more accurately align with overall population density. Read more…

MARCH 2018

Texas A&M University College of Engineering Adopts EngineeringCAS to Address Strategic Enrollment Objectives

Liaison International, the leader in higher education admissions management and enrollment marketing, announced today that Texas A&M University’s College of Engineering has joined EngineeringCAS for the 2018-2019 application cycle for masters and doctorate level graduate engineering admissions. The college will join over 7,000 programs on over 800 campuses that already work with Liaison to offer a discipline-specific centralized application. Read more…


JUNE 2017

ASEE Focuses on Graduate Education with EngineeringCAS

The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) has joined the growing list of professional and educational societies partnering with Liaison International to launch EngineeringCAS™, the first of its kind Centralized Application Service (CAS™) for graduate engineering programs. In an increasingly complex technological environment, students and faculty increasingly see the value of a graduate engineering degree for practice. However, many potential engineering graduate students are unaware of the breadth and extent of graduate programs tailored to meet the needs not only of future researchers, but also of commercial innovators, and those working at the interfaces of traditional disciplines. Read more…


FEBRUARY 2017

Liaison, ASME and ASABE Collaborate to Streamline Graduate Admissions for Engineering Programs

Liaison International today announced the timeline for launch of EngineeringCAS, a Centralized Application Service (CAS) that streamlines graduate degree application processing for participating colleges of engineering. Developed in collaboration with the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE), EngineeringCAS will serve as a comprehensive marketplace for prospective graduate engineering students to learn more about graduate level engineering programs. Read more…

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