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Friday, August 14, 2020

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Eugene Olevsky, dean of  SDSU’s College of Engineering and Maricruz Carrillo.
CSU Doctoral Program Finds Potential in Engineering Grad
Eugene Olevsky is dean of the College of Engineering and a leading expert in sintering technology. Video: Padma Nagappan
Eugene Olevsky: Engineering Higher Aspirations
Big Ideas Initiative
First Set of Big Ideas Proposals Advance to Next Phase
Maricruz Carillo, a doctoral student in engineering, receiving an award for her research on novel bone replacement techniques from Vice President of Research and Dean of Graduate Affairs Stephen Welter, at the SDSU Student Research Symposium.
Inquiring Minds: Student Researchers Shine at CSU Competition
Richard Woodcock
Rocket Project Receives Generous Gift from Richard Woodcock
Engineering students who are seniors presented their innovative projects on Design Day, a virtual event this year that was attended by 1,000+ people from around the country and abroad.
Design Day a Successful Virtual Event for Graduating Engineering Seniors
SDSU Mechanical engineering graduate students Jack Lucas and Tyler Lestak work on the assisted breathing device in Professor Wood
Engineers Answer National Challenge, Create Assisted Breathing Device Prototype
About 500 course sections are expected to be offered fully online this summer.
Summer 2020 is Online — Additional Courses Offered
Professor Elisa Sobo is utilizing Facebook as a means of communication to post news and analysis for the course Anthropology 402: Dynamics of Biocultural Diversity.
Finding Creative and Innovative Solutions in the Time of COVID-19
Environmental engineering professor Natalie Mladenov and her student Lorelay Mendoza (pictured) tested different sensors to detect bacterial contamination in waterways.
Submersible Sensors Rapidly Detect Bacterial Pollution in Water
Hardy Tower at SDSU
Part-time MBA, Education Programs Shine in Grad School Rankings
With the greatest level of caution, SDSU has decided to cancel Explore SDSU.
UPDATE: SDSU Cancels Explore SDSU for 2020