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Understanding Urban WildfireDec 12
Dr. Alicia Kinoshita, Associate Professor, Department of Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering, studies how fire alters landscapes and impacts urban environments.
SDSU Troops to Engineers Recipient of Generous $100,000 GiftDec 3
The Boeing Company has renewed its support for an innovative jobs-placement initiative at San Diego State University, announcing a $100,000 contribution for the Troops to Engineers program. This gift represents the fourth consecutive year of support for the program.
Urban Water Group (UWG) works with The San Diego LGBT Community CenterDec 2
Assistant Professor Hassan Tavakol's Urban Water Group (UWG) has worked with The San Diego LGBT Community Center on a pro-bono research activity to help the Center with their seasonal flooding occurrences.
"Where Are They Now" Donor Story: Paul StuverudNov 25
Alumnus Paul Stuverud (’71 BSEE and ‘76 MSEE) has made a gift to establish the “Paul Stuverud MESA Endowed Scholarship.”
Femineer® Program Team at Barnes & Noble’s Explore the World of Work Outreach EventNov 21
The SDSU College of Engineering Femineer® Program recently partnered with Barnes & Noble alongside World of Work®, and tabled alongside other San Diego County industry representatives and organizations with the goal of exciting K-12 students about STEM.
Brain Implant Electrode Material Shows MRI CompatibilityOct 25
An alternative electrode material for brain implants has been shown to be MRI compatible and more durable compared to metal implants.
SDG&E Wildfire Power ShutoffsOct 24
Dr. Joaquin Camacho, Assistant Professor, ME Department, was interviewed to discuss SDG&E's wildfire power shutoffs. Dr. Camacho works on combustion and energy efficiency in manufacturing which provides a unique background for this new California dilemma.
Dr. Andrew Y.J. Szeto Makes Gift to EngineeringOct 21
Dr. Andrew Y.J. Szeto, Emeritus Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering and former Chair of the Department has made a $50,000 gift to the Rehabilitative Engineering and Assistive Technology Program at SDSU.
Solar Turbines Hosts Training Academy for Engineering StudentsOct 15
10 students from the SDSU Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program attended the 8th Annual Solar Turbines Training Academy on October 11, 2019.
Fall 2019 Girl Powered WorkshopOct 11
SDSU's Women in Engineering and College of Engineering Femineer® Program, in collaboration with the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation and hosted by the San Diego Amazon Web Services campus, recently hosted a Girl Powered Workshop.
'Outdoor Lab' Fuels Critical Environmental Research and Sparks Student PassionOct 10
SDSU Engineering students and faculty are advancing wildfire, water and flora research at Alvarado Creek.