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Edward E. Marsh books
Donald G. Wilson Leaves a Legacy at SDSU
Emeritus professor Donald Wilson leaves $1.3 million to SDSU in support of outstanding electrical engineering students.
An aerodynamic analysis of a joined-wing configuration airplane.
Exploring the Physics of Flight
SDSU doctoral student Rauno Cavallaro explores the aerodynamic forces on airplane configuration and insect flight.
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Biggest SDSU News in 2012
Take a look back at top SDSU headlines this past year.
SDSU engineering students created a 35-foot holiday tree made of aluminum and steel, with 81 strands of energy efficient LED lights
Engineering Holiday Cheer
SDSU engineering students debut a solar-powered holiday tree in Santee with the help of SDG&E.
SDSU alumnus Jordan Evans
A Personal Curiosity
SDSU alumnus recounts Mars rover mission at TED conference.
Project members carry the 18-foot rocket to the launchpad. Photo by Daniel Silva
Rocketeers
A student-built rocket reached 10,000 feet with a top speed of 600 mph.
At Clark Construction
Grass Roots Giving
Clark Construction and employees have pledged support for The Campaign for SDSU.
Aztecs inside the Mars testbed at NASA
From SDSU to Mars
Aztecs from the Class of 1980 through the Class of 2005 were part of the Mars Science Laboratory team.
Pete Garcia
A Champion for First Generation Students
Pete Garcia's gifts to SDSU connect the dots between his numerous and diverse interests.
118 local students had the opportunity to experience a day in the life of real engineers and scientists.
MESA Provides Job Shadow Day
118 local students had the opportunity to experience a day in the life of real engineers and scientists.
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