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SDSU Hosts Kyoto Prize Symposium Winner

Registration is now open for the SDSU Kyoto Prize Symposium honoring Takeo Kanade, a world-leading roboticist.

By Katie White | Wednesday, March 01,  2017 

MESA Program Celebrates Graduates and Scholarship Recipients

We Are Stem 99x66Students in the SDSU MESA program were recognized at the 32nd Annual SDSU MESA Graduation & Scholarship Reception held on April 29, 2016. 

By Eric Pamintuan | Friday, April 29,  2016 


We Are Stem 99x66 An event at SDSU introduced young women to various career opportunities in the STEM fields. 


 By SDSU News Team | Wednesday, March 2, 2016 

Driving Ahead

drivingthroughnewA recent addition to the engineering department is trying to make our transportation infrastructure safer.

By Michael Price | Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Kyoto Symposum Honors a Pioneer 

Kyoto 99 x 66Registration is now open for the SDSU Kyoto Prize Symposium honoring Toyoki Kunitake, a pioneer in the field of materials sciences.

By Natalie Elko | Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Project Lead The Way Girl's Day Out


An event encourages young women to get involved in STEM fields.
By Stefanie Banks | Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Water Czar

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Halla Razak, '86 Engineering Alum, is positioning San Diego for the next drought.

By Coleen L. Geraghty | Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Renewed Hope for the Brain-injured

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SDSU's Center for Sensorimotor Nerual Engineering receives renewed funding from the National Science Foundation.

By Michael Price | Monday, October 26, 2015


Aerospace Engineering Program Ranked No. 4 among Veteran friendly AE Programs 

 militarytimesBy Caly Stockwell | Tuesday, September 91, 2015 

Set Up for Success

 edwin-589Financial Hardships did not deter Edwin Perez from pursuing his  dreams.

By Hallie Jacobs | Wednesday, September 9, 2015


Making Way for the Future    

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 It looks like the wake of a Midwestern twister. All that's missing is  the scattered debris. 


By SDSU Alumni Association | Wednesday, September 9, 2015


Battle of the RoboSubs in Point Loma   


POINT LOMA — Months of design work, computer coding, assembly and fundrasing had led to this moment.

By Lori Weisberg | Saturday, July 25, 2015


Early Career Splash for Battiato


SDSU Mechanical Engineering assistant professor Ilenia Battiato has received an Early Career Research Program Grant from the Department of Energy. 

By SDSU News Team | Monday, May 11, 2015


Faculty Monty Winners

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research and community 

By SDSU News Team | Thursday, May 7, 2015


Fire in the Sky

Subrata Bhattacharjee and Fletcher Miller study the weird ways fire behaves in space.
By Michael Price, video by Jeneene Chatowsky | Monday, April 27, 2015

New Gift for College of Engineering

The gift supports an endowment to strengthen SDSU’s construction engineering and 
management program.

By SDSU News Team| Friday, April 24, 2015

From Fallout Shelter to Flame Tower

SDSU engineers converted an architectural relic from the Cold War into housing for a
tower that can mimic fire's behavior in space.

By Michael Price| Friday, April 17, 2015

Student Success Fee Funds New Ideas

aztec_racing_495pxThe fee allows SDSU students and faculty to fund innovative

By Jamie Ballard | Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Building Careers

building_careers_495px1With industry mentorship, construction engineering students earn 
national recognition.

By Coleen Geraghty | Monday, February 16, 2015

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2016 Design Day

Please join us for the SDSU College of Engineering's 2016 Design Day, taking place on Wed. May 4th 2016, from 1:30PM-3:30PM in the Conrad Prebys Aztec Student Union Center, Montezuma Hall. Our Senior Design students will be participating in over 50+ projects on interactive display! [Booklet]


Welcome New Faculty

The College of Engineering welcomes our five new outstanding faculty starting in Fall 2016.

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Engineering & Interdisciplinary Sciences Complex

The EIS Complex is a key piece in the drive to become a top-50 public research university. Not only will it enhance SDSU’s teaching and research capacities, it will also help attract the best and brightest research faculty and students. 

[EIS News]  

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SDSU Mechatronics Takes 1st

The SDSU Mechatronics Club took first place in the 18th annual Association of Unmanned Vehicle Systems International (AUVSI) and Office of Naval Research’s (ONR) RoboSub Competition.

K-12 STEM Education at SDSU, the Project Lead the Way Program

San Diego State will be hosting over 240 teachers for Project Lead the Way, beginning June 14-July 25, 2015 - it's the largest class yet.

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Zahn Innovation Center

Apply to the $50K Zahn Challenge for SDSU students, faculty and staff with an idea for a commercial enterprise, social enterprise or project resulting in a social impact.

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