In The News
The latest from the College of Engineering
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- Jan 10
SDSU transportation engineering professor Bruce Urquhart (‘78) shares the gift of giving by encouraging others, like his lifelong friend and fellow Aztec Ken Kurita ('78), to give.
- Dec 6
Janusz Supernak retires from SDSU after nearly four decades as an engineering professor, department chair, and passionate mentor and educator.
- 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 8
T2E is offered exclusively at SDSU to student veterans in undergraduate and graduate engineering programs.
- 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!
- Aug 29
CBS8 News speaks with engineering students and representatives of the Women of Aeronautics and Astronautics (WoAA) chapter at SDSU on the Artemis Space Launch and the contributions SDSU has made towards it.
- Aug 13
Professor emeritus George Mansfield bleeds red and black - all five of his children even attended SDSU. Mansfield remains actively involved at SDSU in a variety of ways.
- Aug 1
Many people struggle with finding a way to incorporate both their profession and their hobbies into their lives. With two degrees and a teaching credential from San Diego State University, Doug Fronius was able to do both.
- Jun 29
Donald Mensah (BSAE '19) participated in SDSU's MESA Program, DBF (Design Build Fly), and the National Society of Black Engineers while an undergraduate student. Now working at Lockheed Martin, he gives back to the programs that gave him so much by donating to the MESA Engineering Fund.
- May 26
The College of Engineering's J.R. Filanc Construction Engineering & Management Program is grateful to all those who provide much needed philanthropic support.
Dr. Mahasweta Sarkar Earns NSF Funding to Increase Representation of Students With Disabilities in STEM CareersApr 28
Dr. Sarkar is currently working on a NSF-funded project to increase the representation of students with disabilities in STEM careers; called The Alliance for Students with Disabilities for Inclusion, Networking, and Transition Opportunities in STEM (TAPDINTO-STEM).
- Apr 20
SDSU's T2E program is proud to present our first Student/Alumni highlight of this semester.
- Mar 11
Steve Doyle credits SDSU for his personal and career success, and as the reason why he chooses to give back through philanthropy and mentorship.