College of Agriculture and Mechanic Arts of the Territory of Hawai‘i opens in temporary quarters near Thomas Square in Honolulu, Hawai‘i.
Engineering instruction begins with thirteen faculty and five students, four of whom were engineering majors.
Engineering professor John Mason Young begins designs for the Mānoa campus.
First degree in engineering awarded to Yong Fook Tong.
Engineering Professor Arthur Keller and his students oversee construction of first paved road on Mānoa campus.
College of Hawai‘i becomes University of Hawai‘i. Engineering becomes a department in College of Applied Science. Arthur Keller is named first dean of College of Applied Science.
Engineering Quadrangle completed (four one-story concrete buildings).
100 engineering students enrolled.
Wilfred Holmes becomes second dean of College of Applied Science.
Mae Nakatani Nishioka becomes first woman to receive an engineering degree.
Department of Engineering becomes College of Engineering, with Wilfred Holmes as the first dean of the new College.
Keller Hall, new home for engineering and mathematics, is completed.
First group of electrical engineers graduate.
First group of mechanical engineers graduate; MS degrees in civil and electrical engineering authorized.
John Shupe becomes second dean of engineering.
Doctorate in electrical engineering authorized.
MS degree in mechanical engineering authorized.
ALOHAnet–the world’s first wireless network–is launched.
Holmes Hall, housing all engineering activity on the Mānoa campus, is completed.
Fujio Matsuda is first engineer to become president of University of Hawai‘i system.
Paul Yuen becomes the third dean of engineering.
Engineering Alumni Association of the University of Hawai‘i established.
Doctoral program in mechanical engineering begins.
Doctoral program in civil engineering established.
Wai-Fah Chen becomes fourth dean of engineering.
Hawai‘i Center for Advanced Communications established; Native Hawaiian Science and Engineering Program also established.
Inaugural banquet held to raise funds for the College.
Peter Crouch becomes the fifth dean of engineering.
College celebrates Centennial at inaugural homecoming event at Stan Sheriff Center.
First College of Engineering student-built satellite (Ho‘oponopono 2) launched into space by United States Air Force rocket from NASA’s Wallops Flight Facility in Virginia.
First college alumnus is elected Governor of the State of Hawai‘i
H. Ronald Riggs is appointed interim dean of engineering.
Brennon Morioka becomes the sixth dean of engineering