In The News
The latest from the College of Engineering
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- Dec 6
Janusz Supernak retires from SDSU after nearly four decades as an engineering professor, department chair, and passionate mentor and educator.
- Dec 5
Doctoral students reported the results of their ongoing research with posters and fielded questions.
- Dec 2
Civil engineering students Julia Arvizu and Glorya Escobar are the latest awardees of the WEF InFLOW STEMPath Scholarship program. Both students attended the international WEFTEC conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.
- Dec 1
A visiting San Diego State University researcher is adding his expertise to the school’s College of Engineering as he waits for peace to return to his home country.
- Nov 30
Panelists shared their direct internship experiences with companies such as General Atomics, Northrop Grumman, and NASA.
- Nov 29
SDSU Women's Resource Center coordinator Daniela Narvaez runs support group for women in STEM majors.
- Nov 29
The CESC raised 6,109 meals for the Jacobs & Cushman Food bank, bringing the university wide effort up to $109,676, surpassing the $100k goal and setting a new record.
- Nov 22
Formula Plastics CEO and SDSU Engineering and SDSU MESA Program alumnus Alex Mora '04 shares why he gives to the College of Engineering and what it means to him to pay it forward.
- Nov 21
Civil engineering senior Claudia Beaven shares a day in the life as the College of Engineering's elected representative for the 2022 cohort of SDSU's Homecoming Court.
- Nov 18
As part of SDSU MESA's STEM Shadow Day, students shadowed at multiple companies across Southern California. These students visited Masimo in Irvine, CA, a medical device company founded by SDSU Alumni and CEO Joe Kiani ('85, '87)!
- Nov 17
Dr. Mahasweta Sarkar gave a lecture titled, "Connecting the Unconnected: Exploring Technologies to expand the Educational Reach."
- Nov 15
The Filipinx Student Leaders Photo Essay highlights mechanical engineering students Elias Malachi Enguancho and Micaela Rafael on their experiences growing into the leaders that they are today.
- Nov 11
As a veteran who grew up in National City, Sammy Samaniego chose to attend San Diego State University and get an engineering degree. There, he found a group of people who wanted to help. It’s called Troops to Engineers.
- Nov 10
Electrical engineering professor Barry Dorr works his childhood passion for music into his instruction for senior design projects.
- Nov 8
T2E is offered exclusively at SDSU to student veterans in undergraduate and graduate engineering programs.