In The News
The latest from the College of Engineering
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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.
SDSU Student Selected for Nuclear Propulsion Officer Program Honors ProfessorsApr 17
Justin Lee, has been selected to be part of the Nuclear Propulsion Officer Program (NUPOC) currently on track to graduate SDSU in May 2024. With this selection Justin is offered the opportunity to recognize faculty that have been influential in his academic success.
Beavers Charitable Trust Makes $200,000 Gift to AGC ChairApr 5
The Beavers Charitable Trust has made a $200,000 gift to support the AGC Chair in Construction Management, part of the JR Filanc Construction Engineering and Management (CEM) program.
Dr. Richard Woodcock Makes $500,000 gift to Support StudentsFeb 10
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Richard Woodcock has made a generous gift to the College of Engineering.
Bergelectric Makes Gift to SDSU Engineering AGC Chair CampaignJan 24
One of the few universities in the nation to offer Construction Engineering and Construction Management in the College of Engineering.
Troops to Engineers Introduces New Program CoordinatorJan 7
The SDSU Troops to Engineers Program is pleased to announce our new Program Coordinator, Josh Imes.
Bruce Urquhart and Jacque Clayton Scholarship Recipient AnnouncedJan 6
Gabriel Adkins, a Marine veteran majoring in civil engineering with almost 10 years of military service has been awarded the Bruce Urquhart and Jacque Clayton Scholarship for the 2021-2022 school year.
Anna Katya Batovsky Stahlak and David Pierce Walker-Howell Recognized as Outstanding StudentsJun 14
The College of Engineering is pleased to recognize Anna Katya Batovsky Stahlak and David Pierce Walker-Howell as the 2020 and 2021 Outstanding Students.
Bergelectric Makes Gift to SDSU Engineering AGC Chair CampaignApr 19
The SDSU College of Engineering is pleased to announce that Bergelectric Corporation has made a $100,000 gift to support the AGC Chair in Construction Management in the J.R. Filanc Construction Engineering and Management Program. The AGC Chair is being established to attract and retain high level faculty to lead the program.
DN Tanks Makes $52,000 Gift to Endow ScholarshipFeb 23
The College of Engineering is pleased to announce that DN Tanks has made a $52,000 gift to endow the DN Tanks Endowed Scholarship for students in the Department of Civil, Construction and Environmental Engineering. Applicants must be sophomore, junior or senior level students and must be a member of SDSU’s National Society of Black Engineers or be involved with the SDSU Black Resource Center. Applicants must have a 2.5 or higher GPA and be enrolled full-time.
Making the World a Better PlaceFeb 15
Emeritus Professor Dr. George Mansfield and SDSU's National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) President, Jamilla Thomas, worked together to provide virtual tutoring, for several students during the pandemic and social unrest in San Diego.
Paul Stuverd Makes $50,000 Gift for ScholarshipFeb 12
The College of Engineering is pleased to announce that alumnus Paul Stuverud, ’71 BSEE and ’76 MSEE, has made an additional $50,000 gift to the endowed scholarship fund “Paul Stuverud MESA Endowed Scholarship” he created in 2019.
Mr. and Mrs. Aldrete Make Endowment Gift for MESA Scholarship SupportOct 21
The College of Engineering is pleased to announce that 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.
"Where Are They Now?" Donor Story: George ParkerOct 6
A native of Victorville, CA, George Parker came to San Diego State College to study Engineering. He graduated in January of 1962 with a concentration in Mechanical Engineering. That degree set him on a very rewarding career path.