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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.
NeurOK ThermoCon Inc., SDSU Leverage Space Tech to Improve Energy Efficiency of Data CentersMay 1
The partnership, between the company and SDSU's College of Engineering, will examine the use of passive liquid cooling as a potential energy efficient solution.
Aztec Electric Racing Unveils 2023 Season Race CarApr 24
Last week, Aztec Electric Racing unveiled their new AER-23 car after nine months of hard work. The team is set to compete against 74 other universities at the Formula SAE Electric National Competition next month in Michigan.
The Road to Senior Design DayApr 18
Over 80 groups of engineering seniors are hard at work on the finishing touches for their sponsored projects in preparation for the biggest engineering event of the year.
When The Rains ComeMar 27
Learn how Hassan Davani, assistant professor of water resources engineering, focuses on the dual aspects of rain harvesting for water reuse and mitigating flooding in vulnerable communities in this CSU story.
Outreach Teams and Student Organizations Exhibit at San Diego Festival of Science and EngineeringMar 8
SDSU Engineering knocked it out of the park this weekend! Petco Park, to be specific. Thanks to MESA SDSU, SHPE, SWE, and our major advisors for sharing their love of STEM with San Diego kids and families at Generation STEAM's San Diego Festival of Science and Engineering.
Engineering Students Win Big at SDSU Student Research SymposiumMar 7
Eight engineering students have won awards at the SDSU Student Research Symposium. Read more about the projects and about the awards given.
KPBS: Aerospace Engineering Professor Comments on Mysterious Sonic Booms in San DiegoMar 1
Did you hear or feel the mysterious boom in San Diego on Monday Aerospace Engineering professor Joseph Katz said to KPBS that one likely explanation for the widespread phenomenon is shock waves from supersonic aircraft - sonic booms.
A Q+A With NSF CAREER Awardee Amneet BhallaFeb 21
Bhalla has earned an NSF CAREER Award in the amount of $520,640 over the next five years for his research on computational fluid dynamics. The NSF Faculty Early Career Development (CAREER) Award is the NSF’s most prestigious award for early-career faculty.
Save the Date: Engineering Design Day 2023Feb 2
Please save the date for our Spring 2023 Engineering Design Day event which will be held in-person in Montezuma Hall, on Wednesday, May 3, 2023, from 1:30pm –4:00pm.
SDSU Selected as One of Nine Space Technologies for $0.75M NASA GrantJan 30
NASA has recently selected nine space technologies for flight testing to advance innovations that address mission needs for both the agency and the commercial space industry. Among the nine technologies and in the ranks of other high-ranking awardees is the advanced spacecraft guidance technology developed at San Diego State University.
Fall 2022 Graduate Programs FairOct 12
With presentations and booths, undergrads are learning more about SDSU engineering graduate programs & research opportunities from our faculty.
Highlights 2022: A Magazine of Research, Scholarship and Creative Activities at San Diego State UniversityOct 10
Antenna technology! Manufacturing materials with zero gravity! Highways in the sky! Read about all of this and more in the SDSU Research Highlights Magazine, out now.
HACU STEM Youth ConferenceOct 7
The Hispanic Association of Colleges and Universities is hosting their STEM Youth Conference at SDSU. We welcome local middle and high school students to our campus!
SDSU Research Spotlight: Dr. Alicia KinoshitaSep 23
Dr. Kinoshita runs a strong multidisciplinary research program in water resources and hydrology and her Disturbance Hydrology Lab focuses on the impacts of natural and human disturbances on surface water.