A Utah State University College of Engineering professor is working to help faculty better understand the experiences of diverse students through an audio-gathering project. Her work is funded through the National Science Foundation.
Another undergraduate student project from Utah State University is on its way to space. This week, after more than eight years of work, members of the Utah State University Get Away Special team are delivering their recently completed CubeSat satellite to Houston, Texas. The project is part of NASA’s CubeSat Launch Initiative. Although the Get Away Special team is part of the physics department at Utah State, the team is made of students from a variety of academic backgrounds, including engineering. Here are some pictures of a few of the engineering students on the team demonstrating their project for College of Engineering faculty members. @usuaggielife @nasa @usu_physics #CubeSat #NASA #space
Researchers from Utah State University’s Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering are advancing the future of nuclear power. This summer, two researchers each received an $800,000 grant from the Department of Energy’s Nuclear Energy University Program. Congratulations to Nadia Kouraytem and Hailei Wang. Read more about their work at engineering.usu.edu/news. @USUAggielife @energy #nuclearpower #nuclearenergy #engineering #renewableenergy #3Dprinting
USU Engineering assistant professor Dr. Haoran Wang is featured on the September cover of Proceedings of @theroyalsociety A— one of the world’s oldest scientific journals. You can read more about his research on engineering.usu.edu/news. @usuaggielife #theRoyalSociety #ProceedingsoftheRoyalSocietyA #engineering #UtahState #USU