The research of Dr. Julio Valdes, Professor, SDSU Geotechnical Engineering, has been featured in the New York Times.
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SDSU College of Engineering Assistant Professor, Dr. Kevin Wood and his Interface Design Lab have built a COVID-19 ventilator prototype.
Fluorescence-based devices can alert authorities to contamination after a storm by looking for an improbable marker: tryptophan.
Carlos Gonzalez, Civil Engineering Alumnus, currently serves as Regional Executive
Officer & Senior Vice President, Western Region South, for Clark Construction.
Alumnus Paul Stuverud ('71 BSEE and '76 MSEE) has made a gift to establish the "Paul
Stuverud MESA Endowed Scholarship."
The Mendenhall's are long time donors to SDSU with their first gift of $15 in 1975.
Their generous giving makes an impact campus wide.
Graduating engineering seniors presented 85 projects at the Virtual Design Day event, attended by 2,000+ people from around the country and abroad.
SDSU Rocket Project team successfully launches their methalox rocket, reaching an altitude of 13,205 ft.
Cory Erlenbach, Civil Engineering major, and Lauren Case-McFate, Environmental Engineering major, are receiving $5,000 scholarships from SDSU Alumni.