“I was an Aggie and Dang Proud of It”
Jim Nottingham was on the fence about whether college life was a good fit for him. He dreamed of playing football, but life as a newlywed and new father was quickly changing his focus.
College Welcomes Newest Faculty
The College of Engineering at USU is excited to welcome our new faculty members.
AggieAir Flies for NASA Airspace Study
In the skies above Reno, Nevada, USU engineers fly drones above the high-rise hotels and casinos, hopping from rooftop to rooftop. The flights were part of a NASA-led study to develop a new unmanned aerial traffic management system.
The Engineering Writing Center
The tradition of technical writing is ancient, and the demand for engineers who are skilled technical writers has been constant.
Engineering State Turns 30
Utah’s longest-running engineering summer camp concluded its 30th year last week.
David G. Tarboton Named Utah Water Research Lab Director
One of the state’s largest research laboratories is getting a new director. David Tarboton, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Utah State University, will lead the Utah Water Research Laboratory beginning July 1.
Congratulations 2019 Graduates
The College of Engineering at Utah State University congratulates all students who graduated May 4-5.
College of Engineering Welcomes New Development Director
The College of Engineering at Utah State University welcomes David A. Kunz as the new senior director of development. Kunz joined the college on April 24. He will oversee all fundraising efforts and in-kind donations from industry partners.
USU Engineering Students Showcase Senior Projects
Students, faculty, staff and the university community are invited to participate in Utah State University’s College of Engineering Senior Design Night.
Department of Computer Science Moving to College of Science
The Department of Computer Science at Utah State University will move from the College of Engineering to the College of Science effective July 1, 2019.
Faculty Promotions 2019
Utah State University's College of Engineering faculty promotions for 2019.
Congratulation A-pin Recipients
College of Engineering Dean Dr. Jagath Kaluarachchi and department heads from across the college recognized 78 students on Wednesday for receiving the prestigious A-pin award for the Spring and Fall of 2018.
15 Outstanding Students Recognized at Awards Banquet
The College of Engineering extends its heartfelt congratulations to the 15 undergraduate students recognized at Friday’s Engineers Week Awards Banquet
USU AggieAir Program Selected for Critical National Airspace Operation
Utah State University’s premier unmanned aerial systems organization will take part in a highly anticipated NASA-led operation.
Idea Factory Expands After Just One Year
The College of Engineering expanded its Idea Factory to make more space for the growing number of student users.
USU Celebrates National Engineers Week
Utah State University’s College of Engineering is joining universities and engineering firms around the country in celebrating the 2019 National Engineers Week.
College of Engineering Welcomes New HR and Scholarship Personnel Specialist
USU’s College of Engineering welcomes Makenzye Bennett as the new human resources and scholarship personnel specialist. Bennett joined the college on Dec. 10, 2018.
College of Engineering Welcomes New Director of Industry Relations
USU’s College of Engineering welcomes Dixon Nielson as the new director of industry relations. Nielson joined the college on February 1.
New LADAR Technology Promises Sharper Aerial Views
Researchers at Utah State University’s Center for Advanced Imaging LADAR are changing the way we see the world.
Cyberinfrastructure for Intelligent Water Supply (CIWS) Data Visualization Challenge
Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Jeff Horsburgh is challenging Utah State University students to develop a visualization of high resolution water use data that provides visual feedback to both water providers and water consumers....
Aggie Marine Robotics Club works on new designs for autonomous submarine
The TIJAR perches on the edge of the desk, becoming smarter and more efficient by the day. Trial after trial is performed on it until it will finally be ready.
USU Lights up the Twin Cities at National Women in Engineering Conference
Utah State University was turning heads at the Minneapolis Convention Center last week at a large conference and expo for the Society of Women Engineers, known as SWE.
A SHPE Family Success Story
Lucy Campos and her brother José don’t shy away from responsibility. The Brownsville, Texas natives both studied engineering at USU and both served as president for the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers student chapter.
What's New: New Tutor Center
This summer, crews renovated a large portion of the Anderson Engineering Building to accommodate a new 915-square-foot tutor center complete with wrap-around glass dry-erase walls, upgraded lighting, computer work stations, and new furniture.
What's New: Recirculating Wind Tunnel
This year, the MAE Department acquired a new wind tunnel for use in thermal and fluid dynamics labs.
Combating Alzheimer’s with 3-D Engineered Neuro Tissue
Biological engineers at USU are developing new tools to combat the debilitating effects of Alzheimier’s and Parkinson’s disease and other brain disorders.
What's New: Metal Factory
Today’s engineering students need a foundation of technical knowledge and advanced training in design and problem solving.
Engineers Without Borders: Team Mexico
The USU student team, Engineers Without Borders, continues their water quality improvement project in rural Mexico.
Aircraft on Demand
An aerospace engineer trained at USU is pioneering the next generation of unmanned aerial systems that can be deployed at a moment’s notice.
Have You Heard of SHPE?
The Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers is quickly becoming one of Utah State University’s most active student organizations.
Generous Gift Establishes the Dr. Reid and Evelyn Brown Scholarship Endowment
Reid Brown says he established a $100,000 scholarship endowment to pass on the same benefits he received from Utah State University’s education.
Aggie Marine Robotics Club Competes in RoboSub Competition
Six students from the Aggie Marine Robotics club attended the 21st Annual International RoboSub Competition.
Unplugged: Engineers Develop Wireless Charging System for Electric Wheelchairs
Researchers at Utah State University are rethinking a 30-year-old technology and giving new meaning to the words limited mobility.
Regan Zane Named Inaugural David G. and Diann L. Sant Endowed Professor
A new professorship in Utah State University’s College of Engineering honors longtime supporters David G. and Diann L. Sant and empowers a new generation of the most qualified engineering faculty.
Rose Hu Named USU College of Engineering Associate Dean for Research
The College of Engineering at Utah State University announced Monday that Rose Hu, a professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, has accepted the position of associate dean for research.
College Welcomes Newest Engineering Faculty
The College of Engineering at USU is excited to welcome 11 new faculty members. The group of incoming engineers and engineering educators includes eight new assistant professors, a research assistant professor and two assistant professors of practice.
USU Launches Partnership with Brazilian Aeronautics Institute
Administrators from Utah State University and Brazil’s Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica, signed a memorandum of understanding on Aug. 6 to coordinate research efforts and exchange scientific knowledge.
Engineering Tutor Center, Student Spaces Undergo Major Renovation
The cramped engineering tutor center is a thing of the past. This summer, the College of Engineering renovated a large portion of the Anderson Engineering Building to accommodate a new tutor center.
USU College of Engineering Lights up Salt Palace at Education Conference
Utah State University was center stage at the Salt Palace Convention Center earlier this week during a major event for engineering education.
The Ray Joins World Class Sustainable Electrified Transportation Center
The Ray is excited to announce a new partnership with Sustainable Electrified Transportation (SELECT) Research Center, led by Utah State University.
Utah State University Names New Engineering Dean
Longtime Utah State University professor and administrator Jagath Kaluarachchi has been selected as the new dean of USU’s College of Engineering.
USU Researcher Receives Major Grant to Improve Aerial Imagery
Our bird’s-eye view is about to get much sharper. A researcher at Utah State University received a major research grant to improve the aerial imagery acquired from small, unmanned aerial vehicles.
USU Electrical Engineer Receives Major Grant for ‘Smart’ Antenna Design
A professor of electrical engineering at Utah State University received a $750,000 grant to further develop an antenna technology that could revolutionize the mobile communications industry.
USU Professor and Alum Patent New Heart Rate Estimation Technology
Researchers at Utah State University don’t need an Apple Watch or stethoscope to measure your heartbeat. They only need a video camera
Her Path to Success: USU’s Rose Hu is a Leader in Tech
Growing up in China’s Jiangsu province, Rose Hu was a shy girl who studied hard and looked up to her four older siblings
Congratulations A-Pin Recipients!
This fall, 28 students were recognized for receiving the prestigious A-Pin Award
Swedish Transportation Officials Visit USU’s Electric Vehicle and Roadway Research Facility
Meeting opens doors for future collaboration between Sweden and Utah State University.
College Welcomes Newest Engineering Faculty
The College of Engineering at USU is excited to welcome 11 new faculty members. The group of incoming includes seven new assistant professors, two lecturers, an assistant research professor and one assistant professor of practice.
Faculty Promotions 2017
Utah State University's College of Engineering faculty promotions for 2017.
Utah Water Research Lab Unveils Latest in Unmanned Aerial Vehicles
The new 'BluJay' line of all-electric aircraft represents the latest in UAV technology
USU Engineering Professor Wraps Up International Speaking Tour
Dr. Rose Hu has traveled the world on behalf of USU as an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer
It’s an Aggie Thing
A group of USU alumni who work at the Sandia National Laboratories, are doing something to pass along the same benefits they received as students. They created a scholarship fund that has awarded up to $1,000 per year to multiple recipients.
Union Wireless Supports Engineering Students at Utah State University
Union Wireless Scholarships awarded to engineering students Erik Sargent and Landon Wilcox
'My Entire Life Has Been Influenced by the Space Industry’
Electrical Engineering Alumna who Grew Up Around Rockets Is Now a Leader in Aerospace
New Electrified Transportation Research Center Opens at USU
SELECT, the Sustainable Electrified Transportation Center, brings auto industry and engineering researchers together
A Clear Solution: Electrical Engineering Researcher Prints Transparent Antenna onto Glass
A researcher at USU is one step closer to solving a complex problem that has puzzled the space industry for decades: How do you equip space satellites with high-gain antennas without the added weight and mechanical complexity of a bulky dish?
USU Engineering Students Take 2nd Place in Autonomous Vehicle Race
College of Engineering students brought home a second place prize from the national Autonomous Vehicle Completion held Sept. 17 in Niwot, Colorado
University of Wisconsin-Madison Honors USU Engineering Professor
Dr. Sanghamitra Roy is being named among the UW-Madison Electrical and Computer Engineering Department's '125 People of Impact.'
Electric Vehicle and Roadway Conference to Showcase Wireless Charging
The fourth annual Conference on Electric Roads & Vehicles (CERV) is coming to Logan May 16-17
Cracking the Code: Driverless Cars vs. Hackers
ECE researchers are working to better understand the computer security of driverless cars
A Smarter Baby Monitor
Nate Ruben and Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering Dr. Jake Gunther can see something on the surface that most people can’t. The two are developing a new technology that uses a video camera to detect a person’s heartbeat.
Brigham Young University Honors USU's Todd Moon
Electrical and Computer Engineering department head named BYU Honored Alumnus
USU Researcher Lands Air Force Grant to Build Smarter Antenna
All the amazing functions of your smart phone or tablet would be useless without the tiny antennas inside that receive and transmit information.
USU Engineering Professors Headline Electric Vehicle and Roadway Conference
Top executives from the automotive industry and engineering institutions gather to discuss the future of electric vehicles
Utah State University and NASA Launch Probes into Northern Lights
70-foot-long research rocket and probes will help reveal more about space weather and upper atmosphere