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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.
CBS 8 News: SDSU Hosts Engineering Senior Design DayMay 3
CBS 8 News visited Montezuma Hall and Aerospace Engineering Team RODEO to learn more about Engineering Senior Design Day.
Design, Build, Fly Club Places 8th in National CompetitionApr 19
The Aztec Aerospace Design, a student organization previously known as SDSU DBF, achieved the 11 place this year in the AIAA Design Build and Fly competition, which was held from April 13-16, 2023 in Tucson, Arizona.
Aerospace Engineering PhD Student Serves as Panelist on NASA Space Technology Industry-Government-University RoundtableApr 18
PhD student Sergio Sandoval served on the NASA Space Technology Industry-Government-University Roundtable in Washington, D.C.
Engineering Professor Emeritus Makes Gift to Start SDSU Space ClubApr 7
After teaching courses for over 30 years, emeritus faculty member and aerospace engineer Mauro Pierucci is giving back to SDSU in the form of funding to start a space club.
Why We Give: Ramón and Gracie RiesgoMar 16
The couple who met at SDSU share their formative experiences in the La Plebe shares why they give back to the university that brought them together.
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.
Engineers Week 2023 Highlights: Meet our Student LeadersFeb 20
This National Engineers Week, we're highlighting five engineering student leaders across our college to showcase the work they're doing, the research they're conducting, and the impact they are making on both SDSU and the field of engineering.
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.
Master’s Student Earns Inaugural MSAE Outstanding Graduate Student AwardJan 3
Master of science in aerospace engineering graduate Ryan Callan is the inaugural awardee of the MSAE Outstanding Graduate Student Award.
College of Engineering Student Earns CSU Endowed ScholarshipDec 14
Congratulations to Julia Hong on her CSU Howard C. Christiansen Endowed Scholarship! Julia Hong is a mechanical engineering student participating in Dr. Satchi Venkataraman's Aerospace Composite Structural Mechanics Laboratory through the SDSU MESA Summer Undergraduate Research Academy.
Aerospace Engineering Faculty Ranked in Top 2% of Authors WorldwideDec 6
Four SDSU faculty members have been ranked among the Top 2% of Aerospace & Aeronautics engineering authors worldwide.