SDSU Lunabotics Team Wins Big at NASA Lunabotics CompetitionJun 2
San Diego State University Lunabotics team, Team Vulcan, returned from NASA’s 2023 Lunabotics Competition as winners of three awards.
San Diego City College Transfer Student Aims for Career in Space IndustryMay 26
In a San Diego City Times story, a MESA Program student and incoming SDSU Aztec with a love for science pursues aerospace engineering.
NBC News: "I'm from both sides": Engineering PhD graduate participates in SDSU graduation ceremony in MexicoMay 24
San Diego State University provided a graduation for trans-border students who crossed the border into the U.S. for university. NBC's Marissa Parra reports.
Richard Brady Makes $50,000 Gift for Endowed ScholarshipMay 23
On behalf of the College of Engineering, we are pleased to announce that Rick Brady, BS Civil Engineering 1980 has made a $50,000 gift to establish the Richard and Christine Brady, Helen Coelho and Ostrowski Brothers Endowed Scholarship for Engineering.
KPBS: Engineer says modern building design would have saved lives in Turkey’s earthquakeMay 18
Dowell was part of a reconnaissance team of engineers, who arrived about two weeks after the massive quake to report on the damage to structures. The team was based in Adana, in southern Turkey, not far from the epicenter.
SDSU Celebrates MESA 40th Anniversary and Graduation ReceptionMay 16
The Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program celebrated advancing diversity in Science Technology Engineering Mathematics (STEM) for 40 years at SDSU on May 11, 2023 at Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center. The 40 year anniversary was jointly celebrated along with SDSU MESA's annual Graduation Reception.
Women-Backed Septic Mixer Project Wins in ZIP Social Venture ChallengeMay 11
A Septic Mixer Project by environmental engineering students Lily Astete Vasquez and Polina Popova won second place in the ZIP/Lavin Social Venture Challenge. “The product will improve sanitation for millions of septic tank users.”
Day in the Life: Women in Construction President Ines DaCruzMay 10
Follow along with Construction management major Ines DaCruz as she shares a day in her life as a student and president of SDSU's Women in Construction student organization.
An SDSU Electrical Engineering FamilyMay 10
Senior Danny Tisnado looks forward to commencement - where fellow SDSU freshman engineering student, brother Miguel, and his alumna mother Janet (‘99), will be cheering him on.
STEM Pathways Program Leads High-Performing Community College Student to SDSUMay 9
Incoming transfer student and SDSU STEM Pathways program participant James Allison concludes a decade-long journey at community college to start a new chapter and begin his research at SDSU.