Where innovation, learning, and research lives

Highlighted Buildings

The Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building,  one of the most significant additions to the Clark School in its century-plus history, puts major emphasis on information technology, bioengineering, microelectronics and MEMS, sensors and actuators, environmental engineering, transportation systems, and space research.

The 184,000-square-foot A. James Clark Hall spurs transformative new engineering and biomedical technologies that advance human health innovation.

Kim Building Clark Hall

Research Labs and Facilities

The Clark School's numerous laboratories and research facilities, address a wide variety of advanced engineering topics. 

Labs and Facilities

Classrooms and Computer Labs

All classrooms and open computer labs in the Clark School are equipped with the latest technology. Contact Engineering Information Technology for more information and support. For questions related to university facilities, contact the Division of Information Technology

Multimedia Classrooms Clark School Computer Labs University Computer Labs


Located in the Mathematics Building, the Engineering and Physical Sciences Library is home to 400,000 items and part of the largest university library system in the D.C.-Baltimore area. 

Engineering and Physical Sciences Library University Libraries