Mechanical engineer Sung-Yong (Sean) Park is the latest at SDSU to earn an NSF CAREER grant for his work on sustainable energy.
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Dr. Alves, director of the Filanc Construction Engineering and Management Program, recently given a 2021 Distinguished Faculty Award from the university.
SDSU Professor, Dr. Chris Mi, will work with UC San Diego on a NASA funded project to bring futuristic electric air taxis closer to reality.
Magic Leap CEO Peggy Johnson (BSEE '85) joined President Adela de la Torre on campus
for the President's Lecture Series.
Alfredo Aldrete (BSEE 97’) and Sandra P. Aldrete (BSME 97’) have made a gift to establish
the “Alfredo Aldrete and Sandra Pulido Aldrete MESA Endowed Scholarship” for Engineering.
SDSU Alumna, Peggy Johnson, BSEE 1985, has been named CEO of Magic Leap. Magic Leap
is a spatial computing company building the next computing platform.
Nicole Hurtado-Savin, Civil Engineering senior, recieves a CSU endowed scholarship and wants to help younger women break the gender and cultural stereotypes she has already started to overcome.
Brandon Wells, Mechanical Engineering freshman, is one of 43 Black undergraduate students to earn the 2021 Patti Grace Smith Fellowship.
Amaury Reed, Aerospace Engineering senior, is one of six students, to be awarded a scholarship in the Galactic Unite BLAST Program.