Engineering in the News 2017
A Flash Forward for Manufacturing TechnologyDec 20
SDSU Engineers have introduced a breakthrough for a manufacturing technique called sintering.
International Research Experience for Environmental Engineering StudentsDec 15
Every summer for the last three years, Dr. Natalie Mladenov, Associate Professor, Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering has been leading a National Science Foundation funded International Research Experience for Students (IRES) project in South Africa on agricultural water reuse systems at the food-energy-water nexus.
Project Lead the Way (PLTW) 2017 Counselor Information ConferenceDec 1
On December 1, 2017, SDSU's PLTW hosted its annual Counselor Information Conference with over 60 counselors, administrators, teachers and students attended to learn more about the PLTW curriculum and to share their success with the Program.
She's Got Something UniqueDec 1
SDSU Computer Engineering student, Allison Langley, developed a skin cancer detection app.
MESA Provides Job Shadow Opportunity for STEM-focused StudentsNov 30
Students from local colleges and high schools with a Mathematics, Engineering, Science, Achievement (MESA) program shadowed engineering and science professionals to experience the day at their respective workplace.
The SDSU Rocket Project Gets a Funding BoostNov 14
he SDSU Rocket Project student organization is a beneficiary of a gift from the National College Resources Foundation.
From Maintaining Machines to Restoring Limb FunctionNov 9
SDSU Engineering student and Navy veteran, Laura Sandoval, is helping people with spinal cord injuries to regain the use of their arms and legs.
2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium Presenters Awarded at National ConferencesNov 7
The 5th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium (URS) was held October 13, 2017 on the SDSU campus. The MARC program in partnership with IMSD initiated the URS years ago in an effort to provide scholars with a platform to practice and develop their presentation skills before presenting their research to larger audiences at local and national conferences.
Connecting SDSU Students with Industry to Launch STEM CareersNov 7
Twelve talented California State University San Diego students descended on downtown Los Angeles in a step towards becoming the diverse leaders of tomorrow's tech and engineering workforce.
Will Wiseman's Aztec ExperienceNov 6
Will Wiseman is the College of Engineering representative on the Associated Students University Council.