Integrated Science, Engineering, and Technology Complex (ISET)
Overview:
The university's new ISET complex brings together students from the newly combined Engineering, Technology and Architecture schools, from the math and science programs of the College of Arts and Sciences, and from health professions programs in the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions.

Expanded Opportunities for Students to Learn:
In the new complex, advanced computer and information technology are integrated into classrooms and laboratories. The design of the new building encourages cooperation across academic disciplines and promotes close student-faculty interaction. ISET's expanded research capabilities provide additional support to the region's industrial sector and help to expand the University's role as a leader in technology, life science and manufacturing cluster development. ISET supports the university's goal of gaining regional prominence and national visibility in science, engineering, and technology education.

Better Prepared for Their Careers:
Graduates will be better prepared for careers at high-technology and science-dependent companies such as United Technologies, General Electric, The Stanley Work, Texas Instruments, and the Barnes Group as well as medical and insurance companies, including The Hartford, St. Paul Travelers, Aetna and Mass Mutual. By flourishing in their careers, graduates will help their local economies grow--whether in Connecticut or around the globe.

A New Facility
The ISET project included construction of a new building; renovation of the existing science building, Dana Hall; and improvements to East Hall and United Technologies Hall.

The Timetable:
The project was completed in 2006

Naming Opportunities:
ISET Naming Opportunities

The Architects:
William Wilson Associated Architects, Inc. in Boston specializes in designing science, research and teaching facilities for higher-education, institutional and pharmaceutical clients.

The Builders:
Shawmut Design and Construction has been involved in similar phased renovation and new construction projects that focus on science and technology for construction projects at major universities and colleges.

ISET in 90 Seconds (video):
Eleven months of construction, condensed into 90 seconds. For More Information:
Contact Richard Tuchman at 860.768.2444 or tuchman@hartford.edu.