In The News
The latest from the College of Engineering
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- Nov 4
As President of Quality of Life Plus (QL+) and a mechanical engineering intern at Illumina, senior Lindsey MacLeod stays quite busy. Hear from MacLeod as she shares a day in her life.
- Nov 3
Now SDG&E employees, SDSU Alumni came together to power the highly anticipated Snapdragon Stadium in just two years during the pandemic.
- Nov 1
We thank SDSU Engineering and Aztec Electric Racing alumni for visiting Dr. Scott Shaffar's Senior Design classes to share their experiences as staff engineers at Rivian - and even bringing a Rivian truck to demonstrate.
- Oct 31
The Outstanding Global Educator/Researcher Award recognizes faculty members whose research and/or creative activities have impacted the global community through international collaborations, community-based interventions, and/or peer-reviewed publications.
- Oct 31
We're thrilled to announce the naming of the Dr. Richard Woodcock Rocket Project Student Laboratory. We thank Dr. Woodcock, the world's foremost educational test developer, for his contributions to SDSU!
- Oct 28
17 students from San Diego State University (SDSU) attended the 11th Annual Solar Turbines Training Academy on October 14, 2022. The SDSU students were joined by students from the Rochester Institute of Technology's National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID).
- Oct 28
Students formed teams to try and safely protect their pumpkins from a perilous 30-foot drop in the Aztec Student Union.
- Oct 27
Civil engineering professor Alicia Kinoshita discusses how involvement in research expands students’ interests and knowledge, preparing them for the workforce and high-impact careers.
- Oct 26
Engineering senior Audrey Chuakay talks about her identities as a Filipina and woman in STEM, and how SDSU's organizations help her explore them.
- Oct 25
SDSU maintains engineering academic programs, research initiatives and educational campaigns designed to inform and educate, especially given the sunrise of cybersecurity threats, including those targeting higher education.
- Oct 24
The awards will support research, scholarship and creative activities in a variety of disciplines, from geography to public health.
- Oct 24
Electrical and Computer Engineering professor Duy Nguyen is the latest to earn the prestigious NSF CAREER Award for his work on wireless communications.
- Oct 17
For International Latinas in Engineering Week, SDSU’s Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) shared their journeys through STEM majors.
- Oct 14
Electrical engineering alum and CEO of Masimo Joe Kiani was featured in Forbes this month. Joe inspires us on a daily basis to reach for the stars as we innovate to make the impossible possible in healthcare. Kiani earned all three of his degrees at SDSU.
- Oct 12
With presentations and booths, undergrads are learning more about SDSU engineering graduate programs & research opportunities from our faculty.