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- Dec 12
Dr. Alicia Kinoshita, Associate Professor, Department of Civil, Construction & Environmental Engineering, studies how fire alters landscapes and impacts urban environments.
- Dec 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.
- Dec 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.
- Nov 25
Alumnus Paul Stuverud (’71 BSEE and ‘76 MSEE) has made a gift to establish the “Paul Stuverud MESA Endowed Scholarship.”
- Nov 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.
- Oct 25
An alternative electrode material for brain implants has been shown to be MRI compatible and more durable compared to metal implants.
- Oct 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.
- Oct 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.
- Oct 15
10 students from the SDSU Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) program attended the 8th Annual Solar Turbines Training Academy on October 11, 2019.
- Oct 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.
- Oct 10
SDSU Engineering students and faculty are advancing wildfire, water and flora research at Alvarado Creek.