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STEM Building Engineering

George B. Duke Engineering and Information Technologies Building

Get creative. Use your imagination. Build something amazing. Be an innovator. Help solve tomorrow’s challenges today. You’ll be able to do that and so much more when you study mechanical engineering technology, energy engineering technology, energy science and technology, computer information systems and technology, or informations systems,

  • Design and build web and mobile applications
  • Build and test your own prototypes
  • Work on industrial automation
  • Build and test virtual reality and augmented reality applications
  • Operate equipment in a state-of-the-art machine shop
  • Simulate cybersecurity attacks and defenses
  • Test your design’s aerodynamics in a wind tunnel

And, do that in a new building, built just for you. In the George B. Duke Engineering and Information Technologies Building, you will have the dedicated spaces where you can be creative and work with others. Read more about these unique spaces and what you will do in them. 

With the hands-on experience you’ll get – and the University of Pittsburgh degree you’ll earn – you’ll be prepared to change the world.
Ready to get your creative juices flowing? Be one of the very first students to create something amazing in this new building. 

Apply Now

Building nighttime
Building first floor
Building second floor
CIST lab
Computer lab
3D Scanner
3D Scanner
Hardness tester
Hardness tester
Percision lathe
Percision lathe
Solar array
Solar array
Plasma cutting table
Plasma cutting table
Building nighttime
Building first floor
Building second floor
CIST lab
3D Scanner
Hardness tester
Percision lathe
Solar array
Plasma cutting table

Learn more about this exciting project.

Architect rendering

Invest in the future of innovation at Pitt-Bradford and in the region.

People with shovels

Watch us break ground for the new building.

Our Professors and Alumni have shown great support for this initiative.

Support

Chris Napoleon shares why he supports construction of the new George B. Duke Engineering and Information Technologies Building on campus.

Impact

Matt Kropf shares the impact the new George B. Duke Engineering and Information Technologies Building will have on campus.