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In the 1960s, NASA set out to put a man on the moon. In the 2030s, NASA plans to boldly go where no man has gone before: with help from researchers at Utah State University.
USU Researchers Assist with Research to Prepare NASA for Mars Mission | College of Engineering

USU Researchers Assist with Research to Prepare NASA for Mars Mission

In the 1960s, NASA set out to put a man on the moon. In the 2030s, NASA plans to boldly go where no man has gone before: with help from researchers at Utah State University.

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Engineering students at Utah State University are preparing to send a satellite into space with the help of NASA and astronauts at the International Space Station, scheduled to launch in 2026.
USU Club Prepares to Send CubeSat into Space Via NASA Initiative | College of Engineering

USU Club Prepares to Send CubeSat into Space Via NASA Initiative

Engineering students at Utah State University are preparing to send a satellite into space with the help of NASA and astronauts at the International Space Station, scheduled to launch in 2026.

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A drying lake and increase of drought have led to a research proposal by Utah State University Assistant Professor Sierra Young who is using hyperspectral imaging to study the effects of dust deposition on vegetation.
NSF CAREER: New Methods for Monitoring Dust-Exposed Vegetation Around the Great Salt Lake | College of Engineering

NSF CAREER: New Methods for Monitoring Dust-Exposed Vegetation Around the Great Salt Lake

A drying lake and increase of drought have led to a research proposal by Utah State University Assistant Professor Sierra Young who is using hyperspectral imaging to study the effects of dust deposition on vegetation.

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When you think of engineering, you might picture the basics—heavy math and equations, complex bridges or electrical systems, even rockets and gears. But have you ever thought of using rhetoric for engineering research?
NSF CAREER: Including People with Disabilities in Engineering | College of Engineering

NSF CAREER: Including People with Disabilities in Engineering

When you think of engineering, you might picture the basics—heavy math and equations, complex bridges or electrical systems, even rockets and gears. But have you ever thought of using rhetoric for engineering research?

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For decades, the world declared supersonic flight to be "good enough" for commercial air travel. Some aerospace engineers aren’t quite satisfied.
USU Students Take First Place in Hypersonic Vehicle Design Challenge | College of Engineering

USU Students Take First Place in Hypersonic Vehicle Design Challenge

For decades, the world declared supersonic flight to be "good enough" for commercial air travel. Some aerospace engineers aren’t quite satisfied.

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Devin Nielsen is the USU recipient of the FY24 NASA Space Technology Graduate Research Opportunities fellowship, a nationally-recognized fellowship provided by NASA. Roughly 50 graduate students receive this award each year.
Mechanical Engineering Student Awarded Prestigious NASA Research Fellowship | College of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Student Awarded Prestigious NASA Research Fellowship

Devin Nielsen is the USU recipient of the FY24 NASA Space Technology Graduate Research Opportunities fellowship, a nationally-recognized fellowship provided by NASA. Roughly 50 graduate students receive this award each year.

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Industry and leading experts in the computer engineering field gathered in Dagstuhl, a renowned computer science research center in Wadern, Germany this past March.
Engineering Student Invited to Prestigious Computer Engineering Seminar | College of Engineering

Engineering Student Invited to Prestigious Computer Engineering Seminar

Industry and leading experts in the computer engineering field gathered in Dagstuhl, a renowned computer science research center in Wadern, Germany this past March.

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Utah State University Associate Professor Patrick Singleton is this year’s Trailblazer Award winner, selected by the Utah Division of Transportation.
USU Engineering Professor Awarded for Efforts with UDOT | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Professor Awarded for Efforts with UDOT

Utah State University Associate Professor Patrick Singleton is this year’s Trailblazer Award winner, selected by the Utah Division of Transportation.

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Scientists have typically assumed that forest disturbances reduce evaporation and transpiration and increase the amount of water available to streams.
USU Doctorate Student Wins Prestigious Water Science Award | College of Engineering

USU Doctorate Student Wins Prestigious Water Science Award

Scientists have typically assumed that forest disturbances reduce evaporation and transpiration and increase the amount of water available to streams.

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The Utah State University Design/Build/Fly team returned from their April competition in Wichita, Kansas in the top 20 percent of all teams.
USU Design/Build/Fly Team Wins Big at Kansas Conference | College of Engineering

USU Design/Build/Fly Team Wins Big at Kansas Conference

The Utah State University Design/Build/Fly team returned from their April competition in Wichita, Kansas in the top 20 percent of all teams.

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The Utah State University student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers made good use of their home turf advantage—placing in seven out of eight events they competed in at this year’s Intermountain Southwest Student Symposium.
USU Earns 7 Competition Wins at Regional ASCE Conference | College of Engineering

USU Earns 7 Competition Wins at Regional ASCE Conference

The Utah State University student chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers made good use of their home turf advantage—placing in seven out of eight events they competed in at this year’s Intermountain Southwest Student Symposium.

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Rose Hu, the associate dean for research in the College of Engineering and professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Utah State University, has been selected as a fellow for the American Association for the Advancement of Science.
USU Engineering Professor Elected as AAAS Fellow | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Professor Elected as AAAS Fellow

Rose Hu, the associate dean for research in the College of Engineering and professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Utah State University, has been selected as a fellow for the American Association for the Advancement of Science....

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Although we can’t promise it won’t snow in Cache Valley, we can promise this: Senior Design Night, USU’s largest tech and innovation expo, is back, featuring dozens of unique senior projects.
Senior Design Night to Celebrate Hard Work Of USU Engineering Seniors | College of Engineering

Senior Design Night to Celebrate Hard Work Of USU Engineering Seniors

Although we can’t promise it won’t snow in Cache Valley, we can promise this: Senior Design Night, USU’s largest tech and innovation expo, is back, featuring dozens of unique senior projects.

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Please join the College of Engineering in recognizing the achievements of two Utah State University engineering students who were honored at the university’s annual Robins Award Ceremony on April 5.
Engineering Students Honored at University Level | College of Engineering

Engineering Students Honored at University Level

Please join the College of Engineering in recognizing the achievements of two Utah State University engineering students who were honored at the university’s annual Robins Award Ceremony on April 5.

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Join the College of Engineering in congratulating our five newly promoted faculty members.
Faculty Promotions 2024 | College of Engineering

Faculty Promotions 2024

Join the College of Engineering in congratulating our five newly promoted faculty members.

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The Center for the Design and Manufacturing of Advanced Materials will hold its first professional training symposium and mark the opening of Utah’s first research center dedicated to advanced materials on April 19.
USU to Hold Composites and Advanced Materials Conference and Center Kickoff | College of Engineering

USU to Hold Composites and Advanced Materials Conference and Center Kickoff

The Center for the Design and Manufacturing of Advanced Materials will hold its first professional training symposium and mark the opening of Utah’s first research center dedicated to advanced materials on April 19.

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Faculty from the College of Engineering took four of 10 university-level awards presented at the Utah State University’s fourth annual faculty awards ceremony on March 28.
Four Engineering Faculty Honored at University-Wide Award Ceremony | College of Engineering

Four Engineering Faculty Honored at University-Wide Award Ceremony

Faculty from the College of Engineering took four of 10 university-level awards presented at the Utah State University’s fourth annual faculty awards ceremony on March 28.

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Sophia Hessami, a student majoring in biological engineering at Utah State University, has been named a 2024 Goldwater Scholar.
USU Engineering Undergrad Sophia Hessami Named 2024 Goldwater Scholar | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Undergrad Sophia Hessami Named 2024 Goldwater Scholar

Sophia Hessami, a student majoring in biological engineering at Utah State University, has been named a 2024 Goldwater Scholar.

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Utah State University and the Utah Water Research Laboratory mourn the loss of emeritus professor Trevor Hughes.
Remembering Emeritus Engineering Professor Trevor Hughes | College of Engineering

Remembering Emeritus Engineering Professor Trevor Hughes

Utah State University and the Utah Water Research Laboratory mourn the loss of emeritus professor Trevor Hughes.

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The Utah State University Logan campus will host the American Society of Civil Engineers regional symposium for the first time in 11 years.
USU to Host Regional Engineering Symposium | College of Engineering

USU to Host Regional Engineering Symposium

The Utah State University Logan campus will host the American Society of Civil Engineers regional symposium for the first time in 11 years.

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Utah State University graduate Phillip Hwang and his wife, Gemma, received the Spirit of Old Main Award for their dedication and commitment to making a positive impact in their fields. This has earned them the Spirit of Old Main award.
USU Alumni Recognized for Extraordinary Contributions to USU | College of Engineering

USU Alumni Recognized for Extraordinary Contributions to USU

Utah State University graduate Phillip Hwang and his wife, Gemma, received the Spirit of Old Main Award for their dedication and commitment to making a positive impact in their fields. This has earned them the Spirit of Old Main award.

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Throughout her four-decade tenure at Utah State University, Kathy Bayn devoted herself to the institution, retiring in 2016.
Retired Engineering Adviser Honored for Service to USU | College of Engineering

Retired Engineering Adviser Honored for Service to USU

Throughout her four-decade tenure at Utah State University, Kathy Bayn devoted herself to the institution, retiring in 2016.

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Utah State University Professor Brady Cox is this year’s recipient of the American Society of Civil Engineers Prakash Lecturer Award for outstanding research or professional practice contributions in the area of geotechnical engineering or soil dynamics.
USU Engineering Professor Named 2024 ASCE Prakash Lecturer Award for Geotechnical Work | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Professor Named 2024 ASCE Prakash Lecturer Award for Geotechnical Work

Utah State University Professor Brady Cox is this year’s recipient of the American Society of Civil Engineers Prakash Lecturer Award for outstanding research or professional practice contributions in the area of geotechnical engineering or soil dynamics....

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Utah State University has published a third extensive study of commonly used waterpipe materials titled, “Water Main Break Rates in the USA and Canada: A Comprehensive Study.”
New Report Says Lack of Funding for Critical Water Mains is $452 Billion, Over 260,000 Breaks Annually | College of Engineering

New Report Says Lack of Funding for Critical Water Mains is $452 Billion, Over 260,000 Breaks Annually

Utah State University has published a third extensive study of commonly used waterpipe materials titled, “Water Main Break Rates in the USA and Canada: A Comprehensive Study.”

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Utah State University has been selected as a member of the United States Space Command University Academic Engagement Enterprise. The goal is to foster relationships between academic institutions and the initiative.
USU Joins United States Space Command as Academic Partner | College of Engineering

USU Joins United States Space Command as Academic Partner

Utah State University has been selected as a member of the United States Space Command University Academic Engagement Enterprise. The goal is to foster relationships between academic institutions and the initiative.

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Are you ready for Engineers Week? The Utah State University College of Engineering will join universities across the nation to celebrate the annual Engineers week— four days full of events, activities and educational fun.
Annual Engineers Week Returns to USU | College of Engineering

Annual Engineers Week Returns to USU

Are you ready for Engineers Week? The Utah State University College of Engineering will join universities across the nation to celebrate the annual Engineers week— four days full of events, activities and educational fun.

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For years, the senior project was a chance to prove what students had learned during their time at Utah State University.
To Infinity and Beyond: Senior Design Team Builds Rocket for International Competition | College of Engineering

To Infinity and Beyond: Senior Design Team Builds Rocket for International Competition

For years, the senior project was a chance to prove what students had learned during their time at Utah State University.

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Gavin Morgenegg is the 2023 Aggie recipient of the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.
Aggie Recipient Astronaut Scholarship Foundation Named — The Only One in Utah | College of Engineering

Aggie Recipient Astronaut Scholarship Foundation Named — The Only One in Utah

Gavin Morgenegg is the 2023 Aggie recipient of the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.

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Transportation electrification. It’s a phrase you’ve probably heard once or twice before. The output of electric vehicles and electrified roadways has been a hot topic for years as researchers, experts and politicians race to find alternative forms of ene
USU Engineering Scholar Showcases Transportation Research | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Scholar Showcases Transportation Research

Transportation electrification. It’s a phrase you’ve probably heard once or twice before. The output of electric vehicles and electrified roadways has been a hot topic for years as researchers, experts and politicians race to find alternative forms of ene...

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Utah State University will be the first school in Utah to offer a bachelor’s degree in cyber security engineering.
First-of-Its-Kind Cyber Security Engineering Program Offered at USU | College of Engineering

First-of-Its-Kind Cyber Security Engineering Program Offered at USU

Utah State University will be the first school in Utah to offer a bachelor’s degree in cyber security engineering.

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USU Doctoral student Landon Taylor set out to solve a particular issue in computer engineering: predicting rare events in biological systems.
RAGTIMER Tool Assists with Chemical Reaction Network Model Accuracy | College of Engineering

RAGTIMER Tool Assists with Chemical Reaction Network Model Accuracy

USU Doctoral student Landon Taylor set out to solve a particular issue in computer engineering: predicting rare events in biological systems.

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Mahmoud Ali, an undergraduate student at Zagazig University in Egypt, was given a unique opportunity: to travel halfway across the world to study at Utah State University.
Leading in Water: Mahmoud Ali | College of Engineering

Leading in Water: Mahmoud Ali

Mahmoud Ali, an undergraduate student at Zagazig University in Egypt, was given a unique opportunity: to travel halfway across the world to study at Utah State University.

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When Jay and Lori Yahne graduated from Utah State University, they expected to spend the rest of their lives as geotechnical engineers. Making wine and spirits was a hobby of theirs until a simple joke in passing turned it into a reality.
Working Outside the Hive: Former Engineers Run Utah-based Winery and Distillery | College of Engineering

Working Outside the Hive: Former Engineers Run Utah-based Winery and Distillery

When Jay and Lori Yahne graduated from Utah State University, they expected to spend the rest of their lives as geotechnical engineers. Making wine and spirits was a hobby of theirs until a simple joke in passing turned it into a reality.

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Sophia Rodrigues Laranja came to Utah State University with a dream in mind — to study the Earth’s ionosphere and all the phenomena that occurs. Her chance to do so? The SPORT Satellite.
Leading in Space: Sophia Rodrigues Laranja | College of Engineering

Leading in Space: Sophia Rodrigues Laranja

Sophia Rodrigues Laranja came to Utah State University with a dream in mind — to study the Earth’s ionosphere and all the phenomena that occurs. Her chance to do so? The SPORT Satellite.

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Robert Olsen always knew he wanted to work in nuclear engineering. He set himself down a path to make his way to the top, and today, he’s made it, working as a Nuclear Security Officer for the International Atomic Energy Agency.
Frontline Engineers: Safeguarding Nuclear Facilities in Ukraine | College of Engineering

Frontline Engineers: Safeguarding Nuclear Facilities in Ukraine

Robert Olsen always knew he wanted to work in nuclear engineering. He set himself down a path to make his way to the top, and today, he’s made it, working as a Nuclear Security Officer for the International Atomic Energy Agency.

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Originally from Taiwan, Yi-Cheng Chen came to Utah State University for his master's degree in mechanical engineering. Chen’s brother helped him find the resources he needed as an international student and here he is, following in his brother’s footsteps
Leading in Air: Yi-Cheng Chen | College of Engineering

Leading in Air: Yi-Cheng Chen

Originally from Taiwan, Yi-Cheng Chen came to Utah State University for his master's degree in mechanical engineering. Chen’s brother helped him find the resources he needed as an international student and here he is, following in his brother’s footsteps ...

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Meet Marissa Tsugawa, an assistant professor of engineering education proving that there is more to engineering than just math and science.
I am an Engineer &… | College of Engineering

I am an Engineer &…

Meet Marissa Tsugawa, an assistant professor of engineering education proving that there is more to engineering than just math and science.

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Rose Hu, Associate Dean for Research in the College of Engineering at Utah State University, recently published a book this November on her research, titled “5G and Beyond Wireless Communication Networks,” by Wiley-IEEE.
USU College of Engineering Associate Dean for Research Publishes Textbook | College of Engineering

USU College of Engineering Associate Dean for Research Publishes Textbook

Rose Hu, Associate Dean for Research in the College of Engineering at Utah State University, recently published a book this November on her research, titled “5G and Beyond Wireless Communication Networks,” by Wiley-IEEE.

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Abiela Meek graduated from Utah State University with a bachelors in biological engineering. She started her Ph.D. fall 2023 in chemical and biomolecular engineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.
Turning Trash into Treasure | College of Engineering

Turning Trash into Treasure

Abiela Meek graduated from Utah State University with a bachelors in biological engineering. She started her Ph.D. fall 2023 in chemical and biomolecular engineering at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign.

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Over a decade ago, Nick Alley used his Ph.D. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering to create an aerospace defense technology company called Area-I, which designed and built unmanned aerial vehicles for the U.S. military and its allies.
Supporting the Next Generation of Aerospace Engineers | College of Engineering

Supporting the Next Generation of Aerospace Engineers

Over a decade ago, Nick Alley used his Ph.D. in Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering to create an aerospace defense technology company called Area-I, which designed and built unmanned aerial vehicles for the U.S. military and its allies.

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Utah State University engineering student Regan Tracy fell in love with space exploration and STEM at 10 years old and decided right then and there she wanted to grow up to be an engineer.
Meet Miss Engineering: This Year’s Miss USU Underdog | College of Engineering

Meet Miss Engineering: This Year’s Miss USU Underdog

Utah State University engineering student Regan Tracy fell in love with space exploration and STEM at 10 years old and decided right then and there she wanted to grow up to be an engineer.

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Historic drought and a chronic overuse of resources is depleting the flow of the Colorado River. Utah, along with six other states, depend on water from the river for drinking and daily use.
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Streaming Wars

Historic drought and a chronic overuse of resources is depleting the flow of the Colorado River. Utah, along with six other states, depend on water from the river for drinking and daily use.

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How do you maximize the length of a line that fits inside a confined space? One option is to fold the line into a zigzag. Another is to curve the line. How about a combination of both?
Isabella Dam 10 Years Later | College of Engineering

Isabella Dam 10 Years Later

How do you maximize the length of a line that fits inside a confined space? One option is to fold the line into a zigzag. Another is to curve the line. How about a combination of both?

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If you had asked USU alum Scott Ackroyd at graduation where he’d see himself in 20 years, he envisioned a slow, steady career making a stable economic necessity, like ink cartridges.
Today’s students, Tomorrow’s Leaders | College of Engineering

Today’s students, Tomorrow’s Leaders

If you had asked USU alum Scott Ackroyd at graduation where he’d see himself in 20 years, he envisioned a slow, steady career making a stable economic necessity, like ink cartridges.

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On Oct. 18, Utah State University’s ASPIRE engineering research center was selected for a $100 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy to implement resilient grid infrastructure in rural and underserved communities across the country.
ASPIRE Awarded $2 million by DOE for Resilient Grid Infrastructure | College of Engineering

ASPIRE Awarded $2 million by DOE for Resilient Grid Infrastructure

On Oct. 18, Utah State University’s ASPIRE engineering research center was selected for a $100 million award from the U.S. Department of Energy to implement resilient grid infrastructure in rural and underserved communities across the country.

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Rose Hu, Associate Dean for Research at the Utah State University College of Engineering, is this year’s winner of the Women in Communications Engineering Outstanding Achievement Award presented by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
USU Engineering Associate Dean Selected for 2023 IEEE Outstanding Achievement Award | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Associate Dean Selected for 2023 IEEE Outstanding Achievement Award

Rose Hu, Associate Dean for Research at the Utah State University College of Engineering, is this year’s winner of the Women in Communications Engineering Outstanding Achievement Award presented by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

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The United States Agency for International Development funded a $30 million dollar Center of Excellence for Water that focuses on curriculum reform, capacity building, commercialization of research, and technology transfer.
Arid Lands: USAID Center of Excellence Brings Egyptian Students to USU | College of Engineering

Arid Lands: USAID Center of Excellence Brings Egyptian Students to USU

The United States Agency for International Development funded a $30 million dollar Center of Excellence for Water that focuses on curriculum reform, capacity building, commercialization of research, and technology transfer.

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A Utah State University Ph.D. student is one of 12 recipients to receive the Transportation Research Board Airport Cooperative Research Program Graduate Research Award.
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USU Engineering Student Wins TRB Research Award

A Utah State University Ph.D. student is one of 12 recipients to receive the Transportation Research Board Airport Cooperative Research Program Graduate Research Award.

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A Utah State University professor and her team has found a possible solution for treating age-related macular degeneration, one of the leading causes of vision loss for older adults.
USU Biological Engineering Professor Validates Alternative Treatments for AMD Disease | College of Engineering

USU Biological Engineering Professor Validates Alternative Treatments for AMD Disease

A Utah State University professor and her team has found a possible solution for treating age-related macular degeneration, one of the leading causes of vision loss for older adults.

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Utah State University professors of electrical and computer engineering will be giving lectures at a Joint Symposium with National Chung Hsing University to deepen the international academic community between institutions.
USU Engineering Faculty to Lecture at NCHU Joint Symposium | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Faculty to Lecture at NCHU Joint Symposium

Utah State University professors of electrical and computer engineering will be giving lectures at a Joint Symposium with National Chung Hsing University to deepen the international academic community between institutions.

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All members of the Utah State University community are invited to a free open house at The Leonardo museum in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Nov. 4th.
Open House at The Leonardo in SLC Marks New USU Partnership | College of Engineering

Open House at The Leonardo in SLC Marks New USU Partnership

All members of the Utah State University community are invited to a free open house at The Leonardo museum in Salt Lake City on Saturday, Nov. 4th.

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A new software tool has been developed by computer engineering researchers at Utah State University, designed to rigorously analyze complex computer systems — especially those where safety and mission-critical operations are at stake.
Breakthrough Software Tool STAMINA Ensures Safety and Reliability in Complex Computer Systems | College of Engineering

Breakthrough Software Tool STAMINA Ensures Safety and Reliability in Complex Computer Systems

A new software tool has been developed by computer engineering researchers at Utah State University, designed to rigorously analyze complex computer systems — especially those where safety and mission-critical operations are at stake.

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The USU Student Chapter of the Water Association of Utah returned from the Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference last week, taking home second place in the water environment student design international competition.
USU WEAU Takes Home Second Place in WEFTEC Student Design Competition | College of Engineering

USU WEAU Takes Home Second Place in WEFTEC Student Design Competition

The USU Student Chapter of the Water Association of Utah returned from the Water Environment Federation’s Technical Exhibition and Conference last week, taking home second place in the water environment student design international competition.

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Capitalizing on a boom in the nation’s semiconductor industry following the passage of the 2022 CHIPS Act, Utah State University will join institutions across the state in research conducted by the Utah Network for Integrated Computing and Semiconductor R
USU Joins Utah Network for Integrated Computing and Semiconductor Research and Education | College of Engineering

USU Joins Utah Network for Integrated Computing and Semiconductor Research and Education

Capitalizing on a boom in the nation’s semiconductor industry following the passage of the 2022 CHIPS Act, Utah State University will join institutions across the state in research conducted by the Utah Network for Integrated Computing and Semiconductor R...

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Utah State University Engineering doctoral students Dillon Weatherston and Katherine Osorio-Diaz spent two weeks during the summer of 2023 in Taiwan for an annual research summer camp.
USU Engineering Students Attend Summer Camp in Taiwan | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Students Attend Summer Camp in Taiwan

Utah State University Engineering doctoral students Dillon Weatherston and Katherine Osorio-Diaz spent two weeks during the summer of 2023 in Taiwan for an annual research summer camp.

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Utah State University Electrical Engineering faculty were awarded a new patent for their research in roadway electrification at ASPIRE.
Electrical Engineering Faculty Granted Patent | College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering Faculty Granted Patent

Utah State University Electrical Engineering faculty were awarded a new patent for their research in roadway electrification at ASPIRE.

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As a recent graduate from Utah State University, I am constantly thinking about how I can utilize my new degree (that hasn’t even arrived in the mail yet) to achieve the goals that I set for myself as a freshman.
An Engineer’s Summer in Lisbon | College of Engineering

An Engineer’s Summer in Lisbon

As a recent graduate from Utah State University, I am constantly thinking about how I can utilize my new degree (that hasn’t even arrived in the mail yet) to achieve the goals that I set for myself as a freshman.

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Water Intelligence

Connecting the Dots between Snowpack and Streamflow in Mountainous Watersheds

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Three Utah State University engineering students were awarded funding on behalf of the Utah Space Grant Consortium for internships this past summer.
Students Receive Grant Funding From Utah NASA Space Grant Consortium | College of Engineering

Students Receive Grant Funding From Utah NASA Space Grant Consortium

Three Utah State University engineering students were awarded funding on behalf of the Utah Space Grant Consortium for internships this past summer.

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Researchers at Utah State University have successfully demonstrated that hagfish slime proteins can accurately replicate membranes in the human eye.
From Hagfish to Membrane: Modeling Age-related Macular Degeneration | College of Engineering

From Hagfish to Membrane: Modeling Age-related Macular Degeneration

Researchers at Utah State University have successfully demonstrated that hagfish slime proteins can accurately replicate membranes in the human eye.

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A new financial aid option is available for students seeking a non-thesis engineering graduate degree at Utah State University.
New Tuition Credit for Non-Thesis Master’s Students Offered by College of Engineering | College of Engineering

New Tuition Credit for Non-Thesis Master’s Students Offered by College of Engineering

A new financial aid option is available for students seeking a non-thesis engineering graduate degree at Utah State University.

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More will soon be known about neurodiversity in engineering students, thanks to funding from the National Science Foundation and the efforts of Utah State University College of Engineering Assistant Professor Marissa Tsugawa.
Neurodivergent Engineering Research at USU Funded by the National Science Foundation | College of Engineering

Neurodivergent Engineering Research at USU Funded by the National Science Foundation

More will soon be known about neurodiversity in engineering students, thanks to funding from the National Science Foundation and the efforts of Utah State University College of Engineering Assistant Professor Marissa Tsugawa.

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A Utah State University Engineering club returned from an international competition in Germany, tying for third place overall and taking home a $2000 prize for their efforts.
Engineering Electronics Team Takes Third in International Energy Challenge | College of Engineering

Engineering Electronics Team Takes Third in International Energy Challenge

A Utah State University Engineering club returned from an international competition in Germany, tying for third place overall and taking home a $2000 prize for their efforts.

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The Leonardo and Utah State University’s College of Engineering announced this week a three-year partnership designed to inspire a new generation of engineers and creative problem solvers.
USU College of Engineering Partners with The Leonardo in Salt Lake City | College of Engineering

USU College of Engineering Partners with The Leonardo in Salt Lake City

The Leonardo and Utah State University’s College of Engineering announced this week a three-year partnership designed to inspire a new generation of engineers and creative problem solvers.

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The American Society of Mechanical Engineers section at Utah State University received two awards from the national leadership team for the 2022-2023 school year: Section Achievement Award and the Outstanding Community Engagement/Project Award.
USU ASME Wins National Achievement and Engagement Awards | College of Engineering

USU ASME Wins National Achievement and Engagement Awards

The American Society of Mechanical Engineers section at Utah State University received two awards from the national leadership team for the 2022-2023 school year: Section Achievement Award and the Outstanding Community Engagement/Project Award.

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Utah State University Engineering Professor David Rosenberg was recently awarded the Planning & Management Council Service to the Profession Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers.
USU Professor Wins Service to the Profession Award from ASCE | College of Engineering

USU Professor Wins Service to the Profession Award from ASCE

Utah State University Engineering Professor David Rosenberg was recently awarded the Planning & Management Council Service to the Profession Award from the American Society of Civil Engineers.

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The College of Engineering is excited to announce that Professor Jixun Zhan will be the new head of the Department of Biological Engineering, effective immediately.
Jixun Zhan Named New Head of Biological Engineering Department | College of Engineering

Jixun Zhan Named New Head of Biological Engineering Department

The College of Engineering is excited to announce that Professor Jixun Zhan will be the new head of the Department of Biological Engineering, effective immediately.

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Juhyeong Lee, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, has been selected as a recipient of a 2023 Hanwha Non-Tenured Faculty Award.
Engineering Professor Awarded Hanwha Early Career Faculty Award | College of Engineering

Engineering Professor Awarded Hanwha Early Career Faculty Award

Juhyeong Lee, assistant professor in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, has been selected as a recipient of a 2023 Hanwha Non-Tenured Faculty Award.

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Utah State University has signed another agreement with National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan — this time with the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.
USU Unites with National Chung Hsing University’s College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science | College of Engineering

USU Unites with National Chung Hsing University’s College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science

Utah State University has signed another agreement with National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan — this time with the College of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science.

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Utah State University’s Baja SAE chapter returned to Cache Valley having achieved their best result in recent history at this year’s Baja SAE Oregon competition. Their scores put them in 18th position overall out of 86 teams.
USU Baja SAE Returns Successful in Oregon Tournament | College of Engineering

USU Baja SAE Returns Successful in Oregon Tournament

Utah State University’s Baja SAE chapter returned to Cache Valley having achieved their best result in recent history at this year’s Baja SAE Oregon competition. Their scores put them in 18th position overall out of 86 teams.

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The U.S. Department of Energy awarded $2 million in total funding to researchers in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Utah State University for nuclear energy research and innovation.
$2 Million in DOE Funding Awarded to USU Engineering Faculty | College of Engineering

$2 Million in DOE Funding Awarded to USU Engineering Faculty

The U.S. Department of Energy awarded $2 million in total funding to researchers in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering at Utah State University for nuclear energy research and innovation.

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Utah State University Uintah Basin professor David Law and Nora Domínguez, director of the Mentoring Institute at the University of New Mexico, are the editors of the new comprehensive handbook Making Connections: A Handbook for Effective Formal Mentoring
Making Connections Mentoring Handbook Published by USU's Empower Teaching Open Access Series | College of Engineering

Making Connections Mentoring Handbook Published by USU's Empower Teaching Open Access Series

Utah State University Uintah Basin professor David Law and Nora Domínguez, director of the Mentoring Institute at the University of New Mexico, are the editors of the new comprehensive handbook Making Connections: A Handbook for Effective Formal Mentoring...

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New research shows that polyphenolic compounds, which are commonly found in fruits and vegetables, can be combined with sugar molecules to create potential life-saving drugs.
Just Add Sugar: Research Shows Common Antioxidant Can Be More Beneficial Through Glycosylation | College of Engineering

Just Add Sugar: Research Shows Common Antioxidant Can Be More Beneficial Through Glycosylation

New research shows that polyphenolic compounds, which are commonly found in fruits and vegetables, can be combined with sugar molecules to create potential life-saving drugs.

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The Utah State Legislature granted the ASPIRE Engineering Research Center at Utah State University $2.1 million in ongoing funding to serve as Utah’s lead research center for strategic planning for electrified transportation.
NSF ASPIRE Research Center Granted $2.1 Million in Ongoing Funding | College of Engineering

NSF ASPIRE Research Center Granted $2.1 Million in Ongoing Funding

The Utah State Legislature granted the ASPIRE Engineering Research Center at Utah State University $2.1 million in ongoing funding to serve as Utah’s lead research center for strategic planning for electrified transportation.

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A new antenna technology developed at Utah State University will soon be tested by a national wireless provider for a pilot study that could revolutionize the telecommunications industry.
USU Professor’s Smart Antenna Will Revolutionize Telecommunications Industry | College of Engineering

USU Professor’s Smart Antenna Will Revolutionize Telecommunications Industry

A new antenna technology developed at Utah State University will soon be tested by a national wireless provider for a pilot study that could revolutionize the telecommunications industry.

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A new agreement between Utah State University and Hill Air Force Base will create enhanced learning opportunities for students and spur innovative joint research efforts.
Hill Air Force Base and USU Sign Historic Agreement | College of Engineering

Hill Air Force Base and USU Sign Historic Agreement

A new agreement between Utah State University and Hill Air Force Base will create enhanced learning opportunities for students and spur innovative joint research efforts.

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The Utah State University Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers won awards in all events after a successful trip to Reno to compete in the Intermountain Southwest Student Symposium.
USU Students Win Big at Civil Engineering Event | College of Engineering

USU Students Win Big at Civil Engineering Event

The Utah State University Chapter of the American Society of Civil Engineers won awards in all events after a successful trip to Reno to compete in the Intermountain Southwest Student Symposium.

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A Utah State University engineering student is one of 10 students worldwide to win the Society for Advancement of Material and Process’s International University Student Leadership Experience Award for 2023.
USU Engineering Student wins Student Leadership Award | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Student wins Student Leadership Award

A Utah State University engineering student is one of 10 students worldwide to win the Society for Advancement of Material and Process’s International University Student Leadership Experience Award for 2023.

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It’s that time of year again: the air is getting warmer, finals are approaching and Senior Design Night is back again for another great evening of senior projects.
Senior Design Night is Back and Bigger Than Ever | College of Engineering

Senior Design Night is Back and Bigger Than Ever

It’s that time of year again: the air is getting warmer, finals are approaching and Senior Design Night is back again for another great evening of senior projects.

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Kate Christiansen has always known how important engineering is and has made it a goal in life to help others see it too. That’s why she is the College of Engineering’s 2023 valedictorian.
The Aggie Experience: Kate Christiansen Named 2023 College of Engineering Valedictorian | College of Engineering

The Aggie Experience: Kate Christiansen Named 2023 College of Engineering Valedictorian

Kate Christiansen has always known how important engineering is and has made it a goal in life to help others see it too. That’s why she is the College of Engineering’s 2023 valedictorian.

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A group of mechanical and aerospace engineering students were recently selected as recipients in the U.S. Department of Energy’s University Nuclear Leadership Program for their hard work and achievements in the engineering research field.
USU Engineering Students Selected for DOE Scholarships and Fellowships | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Students Selected for DOE Scholarships and Fellowships

A group of mechanical and aerospace engineering students were recently selected as recipients in the U.S. Department of Energy’s University Nuclear Leadership Program for their hard work and achievements in the engineering research field.

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Renowned physicist, engineer and entrepreneur Eli Yablonovitch will visit Utah State University on April 25 for two lectures about his work in the electrical and computer engineering field.
Father of the Photonic Bandgap to Speak at Utah State University | College of Engineering

Father of the Photonic Bandgap to Speak at Utah State University

Renowned physicist, engineer and entrepreneur Eli Yablonovitch will visit Utah State University on April 25 for two lectures about his work in the electrical and computer engineering field.

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Utah State University’s College of Engineering has been working to draft, mold, cast, create and sail a canoe made of concrete for The American Society of Civil Engineers’ annual competition.
ASCE Sails Forward in Concrete Canoe Race | College of Engineering

ASCE Sails Forward in Concrete Canoe Race

Utah State University’s College of Engineering has been working to draft, mold, cast, create and sail a canoe made of concrete for The American Society of Civil Engineers’ annual competition.

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The USU Society of Women Engineers spent their spring break visiting rural communities in Southern Utah to host engineering activities for grades three to five. In total, they worked with over 600 students.
SWE Continues Outreach Efforts with Diné Tribes | College of Engineering

SWE Continues Outreach Efforts with Diné Tribes

The USU Society of Women Engineers spent their spring break visiting rural communities in Southern Utah to host engineering activities for grades three to five. In total, they worked with over 600 students.

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Assistant Professor Hongjie Wang received the prestigious CAREER award from the National Science Foundation last week for his work on large-scale electrified transportation.
Engineering Professor Wins Prestigious NSF CAREER Award | College of Engineering

Engineering Professor Wins Prestigious NSF CAREER Award

Assistant Professor Hongjie Wang received the prestigious CAREER award from the National Science Foundation last week for his work on large-scale electrified transportation.

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The College of Engineering at Utah State University extends its congratulations to the nine newly promoted faculty members.
Faculty Promotions 2023 | College of Engineering

Faculty Promotions 2023

The College of Engineering at Utah State University extends its congratulations to the nine newly promoted faculty members.

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An engineering doctoral student is shedding light on the reliability of today’s modern-day artificial intelligence with an issue most do not think about: energy efficiency.
Doctoral Candidate Creates Technique to Improve AI Energy Efficiency | College of Engineering

Doctoral Candidate Creates Technique to Improve AI Energy Efficiency

An engineering doctoral student is shedding light on the reliability of today’s modern-day artificial intelligence with an issue most do not think about: energy efficiency.

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Are you looking for something entertaining to do this summer? Come join us for a two-day camp full of engineering fun!
Engineering State Summer Camp to Return for 2023 | College of Engineering

Engineering State Summer Camp to Return for 2023

Are you looking for something entertaining to do this summer? Come join us for a two-day camp full of engineering fun!

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Collaborative research across the country has shown that strengthening the relationship between the student and advisor can increase retention rates in engineering doctoral studies.
Advisory Role: New Research Suggests Peer-Advisor Relationship Is Key to Success | College of Engineering

Advisory Role: New Research Suggests Peer-Advisor Relationship Is Key to Success

Collaborative research across the country has shown that strengthening the relationship between the student and advisor can increase retention rates in engineering doctoral studies.

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A new research center at Utah State University will help bridge the gap between what we know about the devastating effects of earthquakes and how to better design our infrastructure to withstand them.
USU Receives $2.5M to Launch Earthquake Engineering Research Center | College of Engineering

USU Receives $2.5M to Launch Earthquake Engineering Research Center

A new research center at Utah State University will help bridge the gap between what we know about the devastating effects of earthquakes and how to better design our infrastructure to withstand them.

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The Utah Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Initiative has recognized Utah State University professor Nadia Kouraytem as one of their honorary selection of women leaders actively guiding Utah’s advanced manufacturing industry forward.
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Professor Receives UAMMI Honorary Award | College of Engineering

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Professor Receives UAMMI Honorary Award

The Utah Advanced Materials and Manufacturing Initiative has recognized Utah State University professor Nadia Kouraytem as one of their honorary selection of women leaders actively guiding Utah’s advanced manufacturing industry forward.

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If you’re an LGBTQ+ student or ally looking for a club to showcase STEM knowledge, oSTEM might be the one for you.
New USU Club Welcomes Queer STEM Students | College of Engineering

New USU Club Welcomes Queer STEM Students

If you’re an LGBTQ+ student or ally looking for a club to showcase STEM knowledge, oSTEM might be the one for you.

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It’s been long known that the air quality of Cache Valley is among the worst in the nation, but what exactly makes it so bad? The answer: ammonium nitrate.
USU Professor and Students Investigate Air Pollution in Cache Valley | College of Engineering

USU Professor and Students Investigate Air Pollution in Cache Valley

It’s been long known that the air quality of Cache Valley is among the worst in the nation, but what exactly makes it so bad? The answer: ammonium nitrate.

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Dr. Marissa Tsugawa, a research professor in the Department of Engineering Education at Utah State University, recently received a $75,000 grant from the nonprofit Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs, or GEAR UP.
Engineering Education Professor Receives Funding from GEAR UP Initiative | College of Engineering

Engineering Education Professor Receives Funding from GEAR UP Initiative

Dr. Marissa Tsugawa, a research professor in the Department of Engineering Education at Utah State University, recently received a $75,000 grant from the nonprofit Gaining Early Awareness and Readiness for Undergraduate Programs, or GEAR UP.

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Four undergraduate students, along with two graduate students and their mentor, will have their research published at the Applied Power Electronics Conference in Orlando this March.
Engineering Students Accepted for Publication at Applied Power Electronics Conference | College of Engineering

Engineering Students Accepted for Publication at Applied Power Electronics Conference

Four undergraduate students, along with two graduate students and their mentor, will have their research published at the Applied Power Electronics Conference in Orlando this March.

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The University of Utah has officially joined the Utah State University-based Advancing Sustainability through Powered Infrastructure for Roadway Electrification NSF Research Center (ASPIRE) as an affiliated campus partner.
University of Utah joins Utah State University-based ASPIRE Center | College of Engineering

University of Utah joins Utah State University-based ASPIRE Center

The University of Utah has officially joined the Utah State University-based Advancing Sustainability through Powered Infrastructure for Roadway Electrification NSF Research Center (ASPIRE) as an affiliated campus partner.

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The National Science Foundation ASPIRE Engineering Research Center headquartered at Utah State University recently received funding to accelerate the creation of electrified corridors that will change the nation’s infrastructure as we know it.
USU Receives Funding for Electrified Transportation Projects | College of Engineering

USU Receives Funding for Electrified Transportation Projects

The National Science Foundation ASPIRE Engineering Research Center headquartered at Utah State University recently received funding to accelerate the creation of electrified corridors that will change the nation’s infrastructure as we know it.

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Recent earthquakes across the globe are highlighting a growing need in Utah to address seismic hazards such as aging infrastructure and increased risk to population centers.
New USU Club Introduces Earthquake Engineering to Students | College of Engineering

New USU Club Introduces Earthquake Engineering to Students

Recent earthquakes across the globe are highlighting a growing need in Utah to address seismic hazards such as aging infrastructure and increased risk to population centers.

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The College of Engineering will join universities across the nation to celebrate the annual Engineers week— four days full of events, activities and educational fun.
Engineers To Celebrate Engineers Week Nationwide | College of Engineering

Engineers To Celebrate Engineers Week Nationwide

The College of Engineering will join universities across the nation to celebrate the annual Engineers week— four days full of events, activities and educational fun.

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Utah State University and the ASPIRE Engineering Research Center will partner with Swiss-based Stadler to develop and test a battery-powered passenger train known as FLIRT. This train will be the first of its kind in North America.
Partnership Between USU and Stadler Brings Battery-Powered Trains to North America | College of Engineering

Partnership Between USU and Stadler Brings Battery-Powered Trains to North America

Utah State University and the ASPIRE Engineering Research Center will partner with Swiss-based Stadler to develop and test a battery-powered passenger train known as FLIRT. This train will be the first of its kind in North America.

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Utah State University recently sent its largest cohort of graduate students to a national conference for aerospace research, development and technology.
Engineering Students Present at National Aerospace Conference | College of Engineering

Engineering Students Present at National Aerospace Conference

Utah State University recently sent its largest cohort of graduate students to a national conference for aerospace research, development and technology.

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Top experts from the industry and innovation sectors all over the world will gather Feb. 5-7 for a conference on electric transportation. The theme of this conference will be pilot projects and coordination.
Electric Vehicle and Roadway Conference Returns to Utah | College of Engineering

Electric Vehicle and Roadway Conference Returns to Utah

Top experts from the industry and innovation sectors all over the world will gather Feb. 5-7 for a conference on electric transportation. The theme of this conference will be pilot projects and coordination.

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Utah State University’s College of Engineering welcomes Kristen Gabriel as the new academic recruitment specialist. She joined the dean’s office last November.
College of Engineering Welcomes New Academic Recruiter | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Welcomes New Academic Recruiter

Utah State University’s College of Engineering welcomes Kristen Gabriel as the new academic recruitment specialist. She joined the dean’s office last November.

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As of 2022, 17 car manufacturers have announced plans to use or are currently using LiDAR sensors across 21 different models. However, there are a few things that need to be solved before this technology can be used widespread.
LiDAR Technology Could Improve Safety Features in Vehicles | College of Engineering

LiDAR Technology Could Improve Safety Features in Vehicles

As of 2022, 17 car manufacturers have announced plans to use or are currently using LiDAR sensors across 21 different models. However, there are a few things that need to be solved before this technology can be used widespread.

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Utah State University’s College of Engineering welcomes Tony Ahlstrom as the new development officer. He joined the dean’s office on Jan. 17.
College of Engineering Welcomes New Development Officer | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Welcomes New Development Officer

Utah State University’s College of Engineering welcomes Tony Ahlstrom as the new development officer. He joined the dean’s office on Jan. 17.

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Reyhan Baktur, who was recently chosen as an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer for the 2022-2024 term, returned from a lecture tour across the Middle East thanks to the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society.
USU Engineering Professor Returns from Middle East Tour | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Professor Returns from Middle East Tour

Reyhan Baktur, who was recently chosen as an IEEE Distinguished Lecturer for the 2022-2024 term, returned from a lecture tour across the Middle East thanks to the IEEE Antennas and Propagation Society.

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Have you ever wondered what happens to rivers after wildfires? Intense flames can change the course of a river, erode its banks, disrupt biological processes and much more.
USU Professor Helps Agencies Mitigate Wildfire Effects & Protect Water Sources | College of Engineering

USU Professor Helps Agencies Mitigate Wildfire Effects & Protect Water Sources

Have you ever wondered what happens to rivers after wildfires? Intense flames can change the course of a river, erode its banks, disrupt biological processes and much more.

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Utah State University researchers are part of a team that recently received a $4.6 million grant from the United States Department of Energy to further solar energy research.
Advanced Manufacturing of Metals Will Power the Future of Solar Energy | College of Engineering

Advanced Manufacturing of Metals Will Power the Future of Solar Energy

Utah State University researchers are part of a team that recently received a $4.6 million grant from the United States Department of Energy to further solar energy research.

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Utah State University and National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan are opening the door for students to complete a collaborative Ph.D. program at both universities.
USU and National Chung Hsing University to Unite Engineering Disciplines | College of Engineering

USU and National Chung Hsing University to Unite Engineering Disciplines

Utah State University and National Chung Hsing University in Taiwan are opening the door for students to complete a collaborative Ph.D. program at both universities.

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The Utah State University chapter of the Society of Women Engineers was awarded the Outstanding Outreach Event Award from the international Society of Women Engineers on Nov. 18 for their hard work on their new annual Diné Engineering Extravaganza Jr. eve
USU Society of Women Engineers Wins Outreach Award | College of Engineering

USU Society of Women Engineers Wins Outreach Award

The Utah State University chapter of the Society of Women Engineers was awarded the Outstanding Outreach Event Award from the international Society of Women Engineers on Nov. 18 for their hard work on their new annual Diné Engineering Extravaganza Jr. eve...

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In certain regions of Brazil, don’t be surprised if your GPS device behaves erratically. For years, researchers have been scratching their heads, looking for a solution to the unreliable GPS signals in regions near the Amazon. The cause? Plasma bubbles in
USU Leads International Space Mission to Shed New Light on Brazil’s Vexing GPS Problem | College of Engineering

USU Leads International Space Mission to Shed New Light on Brazil’s Vexing GPS Problem

In certain regions of Brazil, don’t be surprised if your GPS device behaves erratically. For years, researchers have been scratching their heads, looking for a solution to the unreliable GPS signals in regions near the Amazon. The cause? Plasma bubbles in...

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Todd Humphreys began studying electrical engineering at Utah State University with the intention of becoming a patent lawyer. His career path changed, however, thanks to a professor who told him he had the heart of an engineer.
Winning the Imitation Game | College of Engineering

Winning the Imitation Game

Todd Humphreys began studying electrical engineering at Utah State University with the intention of becoming a patent lawyer. His career path changed, however, thanks to a professor who told him he had the heart of an engineer.

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Utah State University’s Civil and Environmental Engineering Department will host its annual Career Night dedicated to connecting students with potential employers and allowing them to build networks. Between 40 and 50 companies, agencies and institutions
USU Civil & Environmental Engineering Department to Host Career Night | College of Engineering

USU Civil & Environmental Engineering Department to Host Career Night

Utah State University’s Civil and Environmental Engineering Department will host its annual Career Night dedicated to connecting students with potential employers and allowing them to build networks. Between 40 and 50 companies, agencies and institutions...

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Utah is home to more than 200 companies supporting the aerospace, biomedical, renewable energy, bioproducts, and defense industries. In response to the hot job market, the College of Engineering now offers a composite materials and structures master of sc
New Degree Prepares Engineers for Utah’s Advanced Manufacturing Careers | College of Engineering

New Degree Prepares Engineers for Utah’s Advanced Manufacturing Careers

Utah is home to more than 200 companies supporting the aerospace, biomedical, renewable energy, bioproducts, and defense industries. In response to the hot job market, the College of Engineering now offers a composite materials and structures master of sc...

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Som Dutta, a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, recently collaborated on a published article in Scientific Advances on the creation of a COVID-19 model and its ability to compare risk of SARS-CoV in various scenarios.
USU Engineering Professor Key in Creation of COVID-19 Transmission Tool | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Professor Key in Creation of COVID-19 Transmission Tool

Som Dutta, a professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering, recently collaborated on a published article in Scientific Advances on the creation of a COVID-19 model and its ability to compare risk of SARS-CoV in various scenarios.

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Researchers at Utah State University are creating a new hydrologic information system that will generate important new insight about the nation’s water resources.
USU Engineering Researchers Launch First Project Under New Water Institute | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Researchers Launch First Project Under New Water Institute

Researchers at Utah State University are creating a new hydrologic information system that will generate important new insight about the nation’s water resources.

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After two years, Utah State University’s Department of Biological Engineering will host the Intermountain Biological Engineering Conference to provide faculty and students an in-person opportunity to share their research.
USU to Host Intermountain Biological Engineering Conference | College of Engineering

USU to Host Intermountain Biological Engineering Conference

After two years, Utah State University’s Department of Biological Engineering will host the Intermountain Biological Engineering Conference to provide faculty and students an in-person opportunity to share their research.

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Civil and Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor Colin Phillips is making waves — through river channels — with his aim to build models to determine how rivers will respond to climate change, all thanks to the nearly $300,000 grant he received thro
USU Professor to Research Relationship Between Rivers and Climate Change | College of Engineering

USU Professor to Research Relationship Between Rivers and Climate Change

Civil and Environmental Engineering Assistant Professor Colin Phillips is making waves — through river channels — with his aim to build models to determine how rivers will respond to climate change, all thanks to the nearly $300,000 grant he received thro...

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What do trampolines, refrigerators and pianos have in common? They all make great targets for pumpkins, of course!
Fall, Physics and Fun: Public Invited to ASME’s Annual Pumpkin Toss | College of Engineering

Fall, Physics and Fun: Public Invited to ASME’s Annual Pumpkin Toss

What do trampolines, refrigerators and pianos have in common? They all make great targets for pumpkins, of course!

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One of the largest transportation agencies in Florida is set to build an electrified roadway, and the ASPIRE Engineering Research Center at Utah State University will help lead the project.
ASPIRE Partners with Central Florida Expressway and Evolgy for Electrified Roadway Pilot | College of Engineering

ASPIRE Partners with Central Florida Expressway and Evolgy for Electrified Roadway Pilot

One of the largest transportation agencies in Florida is set to build an electrified roadway, and the ASPIRE Engineering Research Center at Utah State University will help lead the project.

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When Madeline Tennant decided to study environmental engineering at Utah State University, she wasn’t planning on a career in wastewater management. Having spent most of her life in Logan, she picked her major because she wanted to improve Cache Valley’s
USU Environmental Engineering Grad Runs Utah’s Newest Wastewater Treatment Plant | College of Engineering

USU Environmental Engineering Grad Runs Utah’s Newest Wastewater Treatment Plant

When Madeline Tennant decided to study environmental engineering at Utah State University, she wasn’t planning on a career in wastewater management. Having spent most of her life in Logan, she picked her major because she wanted to improve Cache Valley’s ...

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Last month, College of Engineering Ph.D. candidate Marium Rasheed took home third prize at the Nation Science Foundation’s Perfect Pitch Competition with her work on battery management and storage systems.
Engineering Ph.D. Student Takes Third Prize in NSF Competition with ASPIRE Research | College of Engineering

Engineering Ph.D. Student Takes Third Prize in NSF Competition with ASPIRE Research

Last month, College of Engineering Ph.D. candidate Marium Rasheed took home third prize at the Nation Science Foundation’s Perfect Pitch Competition with her work on battery management and storage systems.

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The ASPIRE Engineering Research Center at Utah State University is set to hold its first in-person annual meeting with stakeholders and industry partners from across the globe.
ASPIRE to Host First In-Person Annual Meeting at Utah State University | College of Engineering

ASPIRE to Host First In-Person Annual Meeting at Utah State University

The ASPIRE Engineering Research Center at Utah State University is set to hold its first in-person annual meeting with stakeholders and industry partners from across the globe.

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The Society of Women Engineers will be hosting its 14th annual Evening With Industry with the hope of helping students kickstart their engineering careers. Students will have the opportunity to meet one on one with company representatives from over 23 dif
SWE to Host 14th Annual Evening With Industry | College of Engineering

SWE to Host 14th Annual Evening With Industry

The Society of Women Engineers will be hosting its 14th annual Evening With Industry with the hope of helping students kickstart their engineering careers. Students will have the opportunity to meet one on one with company representatives from over 23 dif...

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Marium Rasheed has been surrounded by books her entire life. Born in Pakistan to professor parents, she always knew the possibilities a post-graduate degree could hold. But despite the influence academia had on her life, Rasheed wasn’t sure what she wante
From Pakistan to Utah and Beyond | College of Engineering

From Pakistan to Utah and Beyond

Marium Rasheed has been surrounded by books her entire life. Born in Pakistan to professor parents, she always knew the possibilities a post-graduate degree could hold. But despite the influence academia had on her life, Rasheed wasn’t sure what she wante...

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Assistant Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Haoran Wang has been granted $246,549 by the National Science Foundation for his research on harnessing mechanics for the design of lithium batteries.
USU Engineering Professor Receives NSF Grant for Lithium Battery Research | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Professor Receives NSF Grant for Lithium Battery Research

Assistant Professor of Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering Haoran Wang has been granted $246,549 by the National Science Foundation for his research on harnessing mechanics for the design of lithium batteries.

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Utah State University engineering professor and associate dean Rose Hu has been elected to the board of directors for the American Society for Engineering Education’s Engineering Research Council, known as ASEE ERC.
USU Engineering Associate Dean Elected to National Board of Directors | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Associate Dean Elected to National Board of Directors

Utah State University engineering professor and associate dean Rose Hu has been elected to the board of directors for the American Society for Engineering Education’s Engineering Research Council, known as ASEE ERC.

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In an effort to provide students with more information about the resources the Utah State University College of Engineering offers, the college launched a new podcast mini-series.
New Podcast Series Highlights Resources for Engineering Students | College of Engineering

New Podcast Series Highlights Resources for Engineering Students

In an effort to provide students with more information about the resources the Utah State University College of Engineering offers, the college launched a new podcast mini-series.

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Congratulations to aerospace engineering graduate student Christine Case for receiving a fellowship from the Utah NASA Space Grant Consortium. This funding will support Case’s research to improve the sensing applications for drones.
USU Student Receives Funding From the Utah NASA Space Grant Consortium | College of Engineering

USU Student Receives Funding From the Utah NASA Space Grant Consortium

Congratulations to aerospace engineering graduate student Christine Case for receiving a fellowship from the Utah NASA Space Grant Consortium. This funding will support Case’s research to improve the sensing applications for drones.

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Utah State University researchers recently published a paper showcasing important advancements in the treatment of cytomegalovirus, or CMV.
Publication Shows Promising Results in Treatment for Common Virus | College of Engineering

Publication Shows Promising Results in Treatment for Common Virus

Utah State University researchers recently published a paper showcasing important advancements in the treatment of cytomegalovirus, or CMV.

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A team from Utah State University has won the $10,000 grand prize at this year’s International Future Energy Challenge in Knoxville, Tennessee.
USU Electrical Engineering Students Take Grand Prize at International Event | College of Engineering

USU Electrical Engineering Students Take Grand Prize at International Event

A team from Utah State University has won the $10,000 grand prize at this year’s International Future Energy Challenge in Knoxville, Tennessee.

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Congratulations to the Utah State University surveying team for taking fifth place overall in the national competition at Louisiana Tech earlier this summer.
USU Civil Engineering Students Excel in National Competitions | College of Engineering

USU Civil Engineering Students Excel in National Competitions

Congratulations to the Utah State University surveying team for taking fifth place overall in the national competition at Louisiana Tech earlier this summer.

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Utah State University researchers recently published a study exploring the mechanics behind a commonly used Asian cooking technique.
Publication Explores Connection Between Sound and Heat in Cooking | College of Engineering

Publication Explores Connection Between Sound and Heat in Cooking

Utah State University researchers recently published a study exploring the mechanics behind a commonly used Asian cooking technique.

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Ryan Berke, a mechanical and aerospace engineering associate professor at Utah State University, is the school’s new Goldwater scholarship mentor.
Engineering Professor New Goldwater Scholarship Mentor | College of Engineering

Engineering Professor New Goldwater Scholarship Mentor

Ryan Berke, a mechanical and aerospace engineering associate professor at Utah State University, is the school’s new Goldwater scholarship mentor.

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The Utah State University section of the Society of Women Engineers, known as SWE, was recently recognized by the American Society for Engineering Education for successfully completing the organization’s 90-Day Equity Challenge.
Society of Women Engineers Recognized for Equity, Inclusion Efforts | College of Engineering

Society of Women Engineers Recognized for Equity, Inclusion Efforts

The Utah State University section of the Society of Women Engineers, known as SWE, was recently recognized by the American Society for Engineering Education for successfully completing the organization’s 90-Day Equity Challenge.

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As Utah’s population continues to grow at one of the fastest rates in the nation, many communities are working to increase active transportation. Paths and trails can be a great tool to encourage walking and biking but can be difficult to build in already
Interdisciplinary Team of Researchers Explores How Canal Corridors Can Support Active Transportation | College of Engineering

Interdisciplinary Team of Researchers Explores How Canal Corridors Can Support Active Transportation

As Utah’s population continues to grow at one of the fastest rates in the nation, many communities are working to increase active transportation. Paths and trails can be a great tool to encourage walking and biking but can be difficult to build in already...

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Thanks to the generous support of donors, two new endowed professorships have been created in the Utah State University College of Engineering.
College of Engineering Announces New Endowed Professorships | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Announces New Endowed Professorships

Thanks to the generous support of donors, two new endowed professorships have been created in the Utah State University College of Engineering.

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Engineering professor and director of the Utah Water Research Laboratory, David Tarboton, received the 2020 David R. Maidment Award from the American Water Resources Association at a conference held earlier this month.
USU Water Research Lab Director Receives National Award | College of Engineering

USU Water Research Lab Director Receives National Award

Engineering professor and director of the Utah Water Research Laboratory, David Tarboton, received the 2020 David R. Maidment Award from the American Water Resources Association at a conference held earlier this month.

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After two years of adaptations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Utah State University College of Engineering is back to hosting its overnight engineering camp for high school students.
Engineering State Reimagined | College of Engineering

Engineering State Reimagined

After two years of adaptations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Utah State University College of Engineering is back to hosting its overnight engineering camp for high school students.

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Utah State University electrical engineering student Tucker Skinner is the first Aggie to receive a scholarship from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.
First Aggie Recipient of the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation Named | College of Engineering

First Aggie Recipient of the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation Named

Utah State University electrical engineering student Tucker Skinner is the first Aggie to receive a scholarship from the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.

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Last month over 400 people attended a community open house showcasing the future of electrified transportation.
ASPIRE Research Center Hosts Successful Open House | College of Engineering

ASPIRE Research Center Hosts Successful Open House

Last month over 400 people attended a community open house showcasing the future of electrified transportation.

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An interdisciplinary group of Utah State University students received an honorable mention “for envisioning a climate-resilient, community-focused campus” in this year’s National Environmental Protection Agency RainWorks Challenge.
Civil Engineering Students Part of Interdisciplinary Team Recognized in National Competition | College of Engineering

Civil Engineering Students Part of Interdisciplinary Team Recognized in National Competition

An interdisciplinary group of Utah State University students received an honorable mention “for envisioning a climate-resilient, community-focused campus” in this year’s National Environmental Protection Agency RainWorks Challenge.

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Utah State University mechanical and aerospace engineering doctoral candidate Cory Goates and his advisor Douglas Hunsaker, recently won the 2022 Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper Award from the 2022 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics SciTec
Mechanical and Aerospace Ph.D. Candidate, Professor Win 2022 Best Paper Award | College of Engineering

Mechanical and Aerospace Ph.D. Candidate, Professor Win 2022 Best Paper Award

Utah State University mechanical and aerospace engineering doctoral candidate Cory Goates and his advisor Douglas Hunsaker, recently won the 2022 Applied Aerodynamics Best Paper Award from the 2022 American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics SciTec...

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Community members are invited to experience the future of electrified transportation firsthand at an open house later this month.
ASPIRE Research Center to Host Open House in May | College of Engineering

ASPIRE Research Center to Host Open House in May

Community members are invited to experience the future of electrified transportation firsthand at an open house later this month.

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The College of Engineering at Utah State University congratulates all students who graduated May 5.
Congratulations 2022 Graduates | College of Engineering

Congratulations 2022 Graduates

The College of Engineering at Utah State University congratulates all students who graduated May 5.

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Recently retired Utah State University engineering professor and Space Dynamics Laboratory Founder Doran Baker passed away on Tuesday, May 3.
Space Dynamics Lab Founder, Engineering Professor Emeritus Passes Away | College of Engineering

Space Dynamics Lab Founder, Engineering Professor Emeritus Passes Away

Recently retired Utah State University engineering professor and Space Dynamics Laboratory Founder Doran Baker passed away on Tuesday, May 3.

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A group of 16 sixteen students and faculty members from the Biological Engineering Department at Utah State University traveled to Athens, Georgia to attend the Institue of Biological Engineering Annual Conference earlier this month.
USU Students, Faculty Attend Annual Biological Engineering Conference in Georgia | College of Engineering

USU Students, Faculty Attend Annual Biological Engineering Conference in Georgia

A group of 16 sixteen students and faculty members from the Biological Engineering Department at Utah State University traveled to Athens, Georgia to attend the Institue of Biological Engineering Annual Conference earlier this month.

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Senior Design Night is back. After two years of being held virtually due to the pandemic, graduating seniors from the Utah State University College of Engineering will once again showcase their capstone projects in person at the Taggart Student Center.
College of Engineering Senior Design Night Returns | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Senior Design Night Returns

Senior Design Night is back. After two years of being held virtually due to the pandemic, graduating seniors from the Utah State University College of Engineering will once again showcase their capstone projects in person at the Taggart Student Center.

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Rose Hu, a Utah State University professor of electrical and computer engineering and the associate dean for research in the College of Engineering, recently received a $165,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to reshape the future of next-gene
New National Science Foundation Grant Will Further Next Generation Communication Technology | College of Engineering

New National Science Foundation Grant Will Further Next Generation Communication Technology

Rose Hu, a Utah State University professor of electrical and computer engineering and the associate dean for research in the College of Engineering, recently received a $165,000 grant from the National Science Foundation to reshape the future of next-gene...

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Near the glitzy Las Vegas Strip, a team of Utah State University students spent their weekend competing in a series of events designed to test their resolve as future engineers.
Aggies Sweep Awards At Regional Engineering Event | College of Engineering

Aggies Sweep Awards At Regional Engineering Event

Near the glitzy Las Vegas Strip, a team of Utah State University students spent their weekend competing in a series of events designed to test their resolve as future engineers.

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Utah State University assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering Nadia Kouraytem is a co-author of a recently published review exploring defects and anomalies found in 3D printed metals.
Mechanical Engineering Professor Co-authors One of the Most Comprehensive Surveys on 3D Printing Defects | College of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Professor Co-authors One of the Most Comprehensive Surveys on 3D Printing Defects

Utah State University assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering Nadia Kouraytem is a co-author of a recently published review exploring defects and anomalies found in 3D printed metals.

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Utah State University electrical engineering students make-up one of eight teams advancing to the final round of this year’s International Future Energy Challenge hosted by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
USU Electrical Engineering Students Make it to Final Round of International Competition | College of Engineering

USU Electrical Engineering Students Make it to Final Round of International Competition

Utah State University electrical engineering students make-up one of eight teams advancing to the final round of this year’s International Future Energy Challenge hosted by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.

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When assistant professor of engineering education Cassandra McCall told her Mechanics of Materials class they could turn in their final project in any format they chose, she wasn’t expecting to receive a fashion magazine.
Students Combine Engineering, Personal Interests in Creative Course Final | College of Engineering

Students Combine Engineering, Personal Interests in Creative Course Final

When assistant professor of engineering education Cassandra McCall told her Mechanics of Materials class they could turn in their final project in any format they chose, she wasn’t expecting to receive a fashion magazine.

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Two Utah State University undergraduates will travel to Maryland and Iowa this summer for a unique training experience at two of the most advanced research organizations in the country.
USU Engineering Undergrads Selected for Competitive Research Programs | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Undergrads Selected for Competitive Research Programs

Two Utah State University undergraduates will travel to Maryland and Iowa this summer for a unique training experience at two of the most advanced research organizations in the country.

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Community outreach is central to the mission of the Utah State University section of the Society of Women Engineers, and in March the club held two education events — one for high schoolers in Cache Valley and one for elementary schoolers in Blanding.
Society of Women Engineers Takes Outreach Event on the Road | College of Engineering

Society of Women Engineers Takes Outreach Event on the Road

Community outreach is central to the mission of the Utah State University section of the Society of Women Engineers, and in March the club held two education events — one for high schoolers in Cache Valley and one for elementary schoolers in Blanding.

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An engineering education study that began as a casual conversation between assistant professor Cassandra McCall and one of her colleagues recently received one of engineering education’s most prestigious awards.
Engineering Education Professor Receives Prestigious Award For Paper Exploring the Ways Personal Identity Impacts Research | College of Engineering

Engineering Education Professor Receives Prestigious Award For Paper Exploring the Ways Personal Identity Impacts Research

An engineering education study that began as a casual conversation between assistant professor Cassandra McCall and one of her colleagues recently received one of engineering education’s most prestigious awards.

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The Utah State University College of Engineering is excited to welcome Dr. John M. Cioffi as the guest speaker for the college’s annual Research Week Awards Ceremony on April 14.
‘Father of DSL’ to Speak at Annual College of Engineering Research Week Awards Ceremony | College of Engineering

‘Father of DSL’ to Speak at Annual College of Engineering Research Week Awards Ceremony

The Utah State University College of Engineering is excited to welcome Dr. John M. Cioffi as the guest speaker for the college’s annual Research Week Awards Ceremony on April 14.

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The College of Engineering at Utah State University extends its congratulations to the nine newly promoted faculty members.
Faculty Promotions 2022 | College of Engineering

Faculty Promotions 2022

The College of Engineering at Utah State University extends its congratulations to the nine newly promoted faculty members.

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Three recent graduates from the Biological Engineering Department at Utah State University have been named 2022 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellows.
Recent Biological Engineering Graduates Named NSF Research Fellows | College of Engineering

Recent Biological Engineering Graduates Named NSF Research Fellows

Three recent graduates from the Biological Engineering Department at Utah State University have been named 2022 National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellows.

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Utah State University is partnering with The University of Alabama and a consortium of universities and other partners to translate water research into operations that improve the nation’s ability to effectively manage water resources and provide warning
Utah State University Founding Member of New National Water Research Institute | College of Engineering

Utah State University Founding Member of New National Water Research Institute

Utah State University is partnering with The University of Alabama and a consortium of universities and other partners to translate water research into operations that improve the nation’s ability to effectively manage water resources and provide warning ...

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Two Utah State University College of Engineering professors were recognized for their work as mentors during the 2022 USU faculty awards ceremony on Thursday.
College of Engineering Professors Recognized as Mentors During University Awards Ceremony | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Professors Recognized as Mentors During University Awards Ceremony

Two Utah State University College of Engineering professors were recognized for their work as mentors during the 2022 USU faculty awards ceremony on Thursday.

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Earlier this month, the Science Unwrapped team recognized the Utah State University section of the Society of Women Engineers for their volunteer service.
College of Science Recognizes SWE for Outstanding Volunteer Service | College of Engineering

College of Science Recognizes SWE for Outstanding Volunteer Service

Earlier this month, the Science Unwrapped team recognized the Utah State University section of the Society of Women Engineers for their volunteer service.

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Earlier this month, members of the Utah State University section of the Society of Women Engineers attended the WE Local conference in Des Moines, Iowa.
USU Engineering Students Attend Conference In Iowa | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Students Attend Conference In Iowa

Earlier this month, members of the Utah State University section of the Society of Women Engineers attended the WE Local conference in Des Moines, Iowa.

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Marium Rasheed, an electrical engineering Ph.D. candidate at Utah State University, was awarded a 2022 fellowship from Clean Energy Leadership Institute.
Electrical Engineering Ph.D. Candidate Receives Clean Energy Leadership Institute Fellowship | College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering Ph.D. Candidate Receives Clean Energy Leadership Institute Fellowship

Marium Rasheed, an electrical engineering Ph.D. candidate at Utah State University, was awarded a 2022 fellowship from Clean Energy Leadership Institute.

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Earlier this year at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board in Washington D.C., Utah State University Civil and Environmental Engineering master’s student Joshua Ward received an Eisenhower Transportation Graduate Fellowship.
Transportation Engineering Master’s Student Receives Prestigious Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship | College of Engineering

Transportation Engineering Master’s Student Receives Prestigious Eisenhower Transportation Fellowship

Earlier this year at the 2022 Annual Meeting of the Transportation Research Board in Washington D.C., Utah State University Civil and Environmental Engineering master’s student Joshua Ward received an Eisenhower Transportation Graduate Fellowship.

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Mechanical engineering student Elijah Kimmel is interning with a federal and state-funded initiative aimed at bringing a variety of partners together to support growth in Utah’s advanced material and manufacturing industry.
Manufacturing Internship Reveals Exciting Career Path for USU Engineering Student | College of Engineering

Manufacturing Internship Reveals Exciting Career Path for USU Engineering Student

Mechanical engineering student Elijah Kimmel is interning with a federal and state-funded initiative aimed at bringing a variety of partners together to support growth in Utah’s advanced material and manufacturing industry.

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Utah State University electrical and computer engineering professor Bedri A. Cetiner received a patent earlier this year for a new class of intelligent antenna technology and algorithm.
Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Receives Patent for new Antenna Structure, Algorithm | College of Engineering

Electrical and Computer Engineering Professor Receives Patent for new Antenna Structure, Algorithm

Utah State University electrical and computer engineering professor Bedri A. Cetiner received a patent earlier this year for a new class of intelligent antenna technology and algorithm.

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A Utah State University engineering student is part of a team creating an event calendar app aimed at USU students.
Mechanical Engineering Student Creating Logan-centric Event Calendar App | College of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Student Creating Logan-centric Event Calendar App

A Utah State University engineering student is part of a team creating an event calendar app aimed at USU students.

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Fifteen new students were recently named Engineering Undergraduate Research Program fellows as part of the program's 17th cohort. The Engineering Undergraduate Research Program, or EURP, began in 2010 and provides support to engineering undergraduate stud
15 New Engineering Students Named to Undergraduate Research Program | College of Engineering

15 New Engineering Students Named to Undergraduate Research Program

Fifteen new students were recently named Engineering Undergraduate Research Program fellows as part of the program's 17th cohort. The Engineering Undergraduate Research Program, or EURP, began in 2010 and provides support to engineering undergraduate stud...

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This year 12 new sponsors are participating in the Utah State University College of Engineering Senior Design program, including the Logan-based, non-profit adaptive art studio Jump the Moon.
Mechanical Engineering Students Create Adaptive Art Resources as Part of Senior Design Project | College of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Students Create Adaptive Art Resources as Part of Senior Design Project

This year 12 new sponsors are participating in the Utah State University College of Engineering Senior Design program, including the Logan-based, non-profit adaptive art studio Jump the Moon.

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Utah State University Civil and Environmental Engineering alumna Zhida Song-James (’91) has created an endowed scholarship in honor of her late husband, L. Douglas James, a former Utah Water Research Lab director.
New Scholarship Honors Former Water Lab Director, Supports Undergraduate Research | College of Engineering

New Scholarship Honors Former Water Lab Director, Supports Undergraduate Research

Utah State University Civil and Environmental Engineering alumna Zhida Song-James (’91) has created an endowed scholarship in honor of her late husband, L. Douglas James, a former Utah Water Research Lab director.

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Yu Huang, an assistant professor of biological engineering at Utah State University, recently received one of the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious awards for early-career faculty.
Biological Engineering Professor Receives Prestigious NSF CAREER Award | College of Engineering

Biological Engineering Professor Receives Prestigious NSF CAREER Award

Yu Huang, an assistant professor of biological engineering at Utah State University, recently received one of the National Science Foundation’s most prestigious awards for early-career faculty.

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Utah State University student journalist Kaela Peterson talks to students in the College of Engineering who created floating boats using nothing but cardboard and duct tape. The boats were then put to the test in pool race during the annual Cardboard Boat
Annual Cardboard Boat Races | College of Engineering

Annual Cardboard Boat Races

Utah State University student journalist Kaela Peterson talks to students in the College of Engineering who created floating boats using nothing but cardboard and duct tape. The boats were then put to the test in pool race during the annual Cardboard Boat...

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Biological engineering student Kristine Peterson had her first peer-reviewed article published last month.
Biological Engineering Undergraduate Student Co-Authors First Paper | College of Engineering

Biological Engineering Undergraduate Student Co-Authors First Paper

Biological engineering student Kristine Peterson had her first peer-reviewed article published last month.

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Thanks to the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation, each year one Utah State University student involved in STEM will receive a scholarship of up to $15,000 and an opportunity to attend the foundation’s annual Innovators Week and Gala.
New National Scholarship Opportunity Available to USU STEM Students | College of Engineering

New National Scholarship Opportunity Available to USU STEM Students

Thanks to the Astronaut Scholarship Foundation, each year one Utah State University student involved in STEM will receive a scholarship of up to $15,000 and an opportunity to attend the foundation’s annual Innovators Week and Gala.

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Upper Colorado River Commission Executive Director Chuck Cullom will be a guest speaker at Utah State University on Tuesday, March 15.
Prominent Colorado River Water Manager to Speak at Virtual USU Seminar | College of Engineering

Prominent Colorado River Water Manager to Speak at Virtual USU Seminar

Upper Colorado River Commission Executive Director Chuck Cullom will be a guest speaker at Utah State University on Tuesday, March 15.

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Six Utah State University College of Engineering students presented their research in Salt Lake City on Tuesday as part of the annual Research on Capitol Hill event.
Engineering Students Share Their Research on Capitol Hill During Annual Event | College of Engineering

Engineering Students Share Their Research on Capitol Hill During Annual Event

Six Utah State University College of Engineering students presented their research in Salt Lake City on Tuesday as part of the annual Research on Capitol Hill event.

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A STEM Talent Challenge grant from the United States Economic Development Administration will provide Utah State University engineering students a unique opportunity to intern with one of six industry partners.
Grant to Provide Tuition Support to Engineering Students Completing Paid Internships | College of Engineering

Grant to Provide Tuition Support to Engineering Students Completing Paid Internships

A STEM Talent Challenge grant from the United States Economic Development Administration will provide Utah State University engineering students a unique opportunity to intern with one of six industry partners.

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With support from the Presidential Doctoral Research Fellowship program, Prasenjit Dewanjee is pursuing his Ph.D. in mechanical and aerospace engineering at Utah State University.
Presidential Doctoral Research Fellowship Provides Support for International Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Student | College of Engineering

Presidential Doctoral Research Fellowship Provides Support for International Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Student

With support from the Presidential Doctoral Research Fellowship program, Prasenjit Dewanjee is pursuing his Ph.D. in mechanical and aerospace engineering at Utah State University.

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Maggie Lea, a mechanical and aerospace engineering student at Utah State University, is the first USU student to be named a Matthew Isakowitz Fellow.
Aerospace Engineering Student is First Aggie Named as Matthew Isakowitz Fellow | College of Engineering

Aerospace Engineering Student is First Aggie Named as Matthew Isakowitz Fellow

Maggie Lea, a mechanical and aerospace engineering student at Utah State University, is the first USU student to be named a Matthew Isakowitz Fellow.

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Monica Kessel, the grant development manager for the College of Engineering, completed her Ed.D. in Leadership and Innovation with Arizona State University in December.
College of Engineering Grant Development Manager Completes Doctorate Degree | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Grant Development Manager Completes Doctorate Degree

Monica Kessel, the grant development manager for the College of Engineering, completed her Ed.D. in Leadership and Innovation with Arizona State University in December.

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Researchers at Utah State University were awarded a patent this month for a control algorithm they developed to improve the process of wirelessly charging vehicles in motion.
Researchers at USU Receive Patent for Project that Began with Undergraduate Research Grant | College of Engineering

Researchers at USU Receive Patent for Project that Began with Undergraduate Research Grant

Researchers at Utah State University were awarded a patent this month for a control algorithm they developed to improve the process of wirelessly charging vehicles in motion.

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A Utah State University College of Engineering Ph.D. student is helping research the effects of long-term space travel on the human brain, thanks to funds from NASA.
USU Student and Biological Engineering Research Lab Receive NASA Funding to Study the Impacts of Space on the Brain | College of Engineering

USU Student and Biological Engineering Research Lab Receive NASA Funding to Study the Impacts of Space on the Brain

A Utah State University College of Engineering Ph.D. student is helping research the effects of long-term space travel on the human brain, thanks to funds from NASA.

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Rose Hu, the associate dean for research and a professor in the Utah State University College of Engineering, was recently appointed to the board of governors for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Communications Society. She wil
College of Engineering Associate Dean Joins Board of Governors for International Professional Society | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Associate Dean Joins Board of Governors for International Professional Society

Rose Hu, the associate dean for research and a professor in the Utah State University College of Engineering, was recently appointed to the board of governors for the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Communications Society. She wil...

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Earlier this month, Utah State University Ph.D. student Sailesh Acharya presented four papers in Washington D.C. at the 2022 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting.
Transportation Engineering Student Presents Four Papers at Annual Research Meeting | College of Engineering

Transportation Engineering Student Presents Four Papers at Annual Research Meeting

Earlier this month, Utah State University Ph.D. student Sailesh Acharya presented four papers in Washington D.C. at the 2022 Transportation Research Board Annual Meeting.

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Two retired NASA astronauts will share highlights from their distinguished careers at a special event commemorating a new scholarship that will support Utah State University’s brightest.
An Astronaut’s Career: Mary Cleave and Charles Precourt to Speak at Engineering Event | College of Engineering

An Astronaut’s Career: Mary Cleave and Charles Precourt to Speak at Engineering Event

Two retired NASA astronauts will share highlights from their distinguished careers at a special event commemorating a new scholarship that will support Utah State University’s brightest.

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The University Council on Water Resources awarded Utah Water Research Laboratory assistant professor Belize Lane the 2022 Early Career Award for Applied Water Research.
USU College of Engineering Professor Receives Early Career Award for Applied Research | College of Engineering

USU College of Engineering Professor Receives Early Career Award for Applied Research

The University Council on Water Resources awarded Utah Water Research Laboratory assistant professor Belize Lane the 2022 Early Career Award for Applied Water Research.

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Sierra Young is joining the College of Engineering as an assistant professor in the Utah Water Research Lab and the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department.
USU College of Engineering Welcomes New Assistant Professor | College of Engineering

USU College of Engineering Welcomes New Assistant Professor

Sierra Young is joining the College of Engineering as an assistant professor in the Utah Water Research Lab and the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department.

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Two engineering student researchers at Utah State University are using student social networks to better understand how relationships impact the success of undergraduate engineering students.
Engineering Students Researching How Social Networks Impact Student Success | College of Engineering

Engineering Students Researching How Social Networks Impact Student Success

Two engineering student researchers at Utah State University are using student social networks to better understand how relationships impact the success of undergraduate engineering students.

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Students are invited to a special College of Engineering event on Jan 19 with keynote speaker Matt Berrett who is the current Director of Analytics at Space Dynamics Laboratory and a former assistant director of the United States Central Intelligence Agen
Engineering Event to Feature Former CIA Assistant Director Matt Berrett | College of Engineering

Engineering Event to Feature Former CIA Assistant Director Matt Berrett

Students are invited to a special College of Engineering event on Jan 19 with keynote speaker Matt Berrett who is the current Director of Analytics at Space Dynamics Laboratory and a former assistant director of the United States Central Intelligence Agen...

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Utah State University electrical engineering Ph.D. student Marium Rasheed recently received a $5,000 Women in Technology Scholarship from Cadence Design Systems.
USU Engineering Student Receives $5,000 Women in Technology Scholarship | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Student Receives $5,000 Women in Technology Scholarship

Utah State University electrical engineering Ph.D. student Marium Rasheed recently received a $5,000 Women in Technology Scholarship from Cadence Design Systems.

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As part of a research fellowship from Utah State University’s Center for Intersectional Gender Studies and Research, associate professor of biological engineering Elizabeth Vargis is developing a program to provide support to transfer students through und
Engineering Professor Creates Undergraduate Research Program to Support Transfer Students | College of Engineering

Engineering Professor Creates Undergraduate Research Program to Support Transfer Students

As part of a research fellowship from Utah State University’s Center for Intersectional Gender Studies and Research, associate professor of biological engineering Elizabeth Vargis is developing a program to provide support to transfer students through und...

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Undergraduate research grants from Utah State University and the College of Engineering are providing support to two engineering students using hagfish proteins to better understand macular degeneration.
Undergraduate Research Grants Support Engineering Students Studying Macular Degeneration | College of Engineering

Undergraduate Research Grants Support Engineering Students Studying Macular Degeneration

Undergraduate research grants from Utah State University and the College of Engineering are providing support to two engineering students using hagfish proteins to better understand macular degeneration.

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Matt Harris, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Utah State University, recently received a grant for $347,000 from the Office of Naval Research.
USU Engineering Professor Receives Grant to Help U.S. Navy Improve Efficiency | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Professor Receives Grant to Help U.S. Navy Improve Efficiency

Matt Harris, assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering at Utah State University, recently received a grant for $347,000 from the Office of Naval Research.

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Utah State University assistant professor of mechanical engineering Haoran Wang received a $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation as part of the organization's new Engineering Research Initiation program that began last year.
USU Engineering Professor Receives Grant as Part of New NSF Research Program | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Professor Receives Grant as Part of New NSF Research Program

Utah State University assistant professor of mechanical engineering Haoran Wang received a $200,000 grant from the National Science Foundation as part of the organization's new Engineering Research Initiation program that began last year.

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With 1,032 undergraduate and 86 graduate students, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering is the biggest department in Utah State University’s College of Engineering.
Welcome to Spring 2022, catching up with Dept. Head Zhongquan 'Charlie' Zheng | College of Engineering

Welcome to Spring 2022, catching up with Dept. Head Zhongquan 'Charlie' Zheng

With 1,032 undergraduate and 86 graduate students, Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering is the biggest department in Utah State University’s College of Engineering.

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The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, IEEE, recently named Utah State University associate professor Reyhan Baktur as a distinguished lecturer for the 2022-2024 term.
USU Engineering Professor Named IEEE Distinguished Lecturer | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Professor Named IEEE Distinguished Lecturer

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, IEEE, recently named Utah State University associate professor Reyhan Baktur as a distinguished lecturer for the 2022-2024 term.

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Randy Martin, an associate research professor of environmental engineering, is one of many Utah State University faculty members who contributed to the recently completed 2021 Report to the Governor on Utah’s Land, Water, and Air.
College of Engineering Faculty Contribute to Inaugural Report from USU’s new Institute for Land, Water, and Air | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Faculty Contribute to Inaugural Report from USU’s new Institute for Land, Water, and Air

Randy Martin, an associate research professor of environmental engineering, is one of many Utah State University faculty members who contributed to the recently completed 2021 Report to the Governor on Utah’s Land, Water, and Air.

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As all of Utah continues to face significant drought conditions, residents are repeatedly asked to conserve water. But general conservation messaging that lacks suggested actions can leave individuals unsure of what steps would be the most impactful for t
USU Researcher Exploring Ways to Improve Water Conservation Messaging | College of Engineering

USU Researcher Exploring Ways to Improve Water Conservation Messaging

As all of Utah continues to face significant drought conditions, residents are repeatedly asked to conserve water. But general conservation messaging that lacks suggested actions can leave individuals unsure of what steps would be the most impactful for t...

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The Australasian Journal of Engineering Education recently recognized the work of Utah State University Engineering Education professor Cassandra McCall.
USU Professor Wins Best Paper Award From Australian Journal | College of Engineering

USU Professor Wins Best Paper Award From Australian Journal

The Australasian Journal of Engineering Education recently recognized the work of Utah State University Engineering Education professor Cassandra McCall.

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Utah State University researchers are working to make almond production more sustainable by gathering information with drones to improve water management for almond groves and increase almond yield.
USU Researchers Using Drones to Improve Water Management in Almond Production | College of Engineering

USU Researchers Using Drones to Improve Water Management in Almond Production

Utah State University researchers are working to make almond production more sustainable by gathering information with drones to improve water management for almond groves and increase almond yield.

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Making STEM fun was the focus as students in the Society of Women Engineers, or SWE, at Utah State University planned their entry for the school’s annual Festival of Trees event.
SWE Festival of Trees Entry Celebrates Creativity and Beauty in Engineering | College of Engineering

SWE Festival of Trees Entry Celebrates Creativity and Beauty in Engineering

Making STEM fun was the focus as students in the Society of Women Engineers, or SWE, at Utah State University planned their entry for the school’s annual Festival of Trees event.

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Two Utah State University Civil and Environmental Engineering students were recently recognized by the Utah chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.
USU Civil and Environmental Engineering Students win Best Paper Awards | College of Engineering

USU Civil and Environmental Engineering Students win Best Paper Awards

Two Utah State University Civil and Environmental Engineering students were recently recognized by the Utah chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers.

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Using the tip of a wet chopstick to test oil temperature while cooking tempura is a classic Asian cooking technique. The sound the water makes when it enters the oil indicates whether or not the oil is the right temperature for cooking.
USU Researchers Explore the why Behind a Widely-used Cooking Trick | College of Engineering

USU Researchers Explore the why Behind a Widely-used Cooking Trick

Using the tip of a wet chopstick to test oil temperature while cooking tempura is a classic Asian cooking technique. The sound the water makes when it enters the oil indicates whether or not the oil is the right temperature for cooking.

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A new assistant professor is joining the Department of Engineering Education at Utah State University.
USU Welcomes New Engineering Education Assistant Professor | College of Engineering

USU Welcomes New Engineering Education Assistant Professor

A new assistant professor is joining the Department of Engineering Education at Utah State University.

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Ned McFarlane slated to finish his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering this spring. Coming this far is an accomplishment for anyone, but it’s especially triumphant for McFarlane, who never thought this day would come.
The Old College Try: Engineering Student on Track to Graduate After Third Enrollment | College of Engineering

The Old College Try: Engineering Student on Track to Graduate After Third Enrollment

Ned McFarlane slated to finish his bachelor’s degree in civil engineering this spring. Coming this far is an accomplishment for anyone, but it’s especially triumphant for McFarlane, who never thought this day would come.

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Cache Valley elementary schoolers will be joining Utah State University students on Saturday to learn more about engineering through hands-on activities.
Engineering Extravaganza Junior Event Aims To Excite Students About STEM Careers | College of Engineering

Engineering Extravaganza Junior Event Aims To Excite Students About STEM Careers

Cache Valley elementary schoolers will be joining Utah State University students on Saturday to learn more about engineering through hands-on activities.

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Former Utah State University College of Engineering leader and Space Dynamics Laboratory co-founder, Kay Baker, passed away on Monday, Oct. 18. He was 87 years old.
Remembering Kay Baker — SDL Co-Founder and USU College of Engineering Leader | College of Engineering

Remembering Kay Baker — SDL Co-Founder and USU College of Engineering Leader

Former Utah State University College of Engineering leader and Space Dynamics Laboratory co-founder, Kay Baker, passed away on Monday, Oct. 18. He was 87 years old.

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This year for Utah State University’s A Day of Giving the College of Engineering is raising funds to create an endowed scholarship in honor of Joe Caliendo, a former USU associate professor of civil and environmental engineering.
College of Engineering Raising Funds in Honor of Former Professor For Annual A Day of Giving | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Raising Funds in Honor of Former Professor For Annual A Day of Giving

This year for Utah State University’s A Day of Giving the College of Engineering is raising funds to create an endowed scholarship in honor of Joe Caliendo, a former USU associate professor of civil and environmental engineering.

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More than 1,000 miles from his hometown in Utah’s coal country, Professor Brady Cox takes aim and heaves a massive sledge hammer onto the ground with deafening force.
A Seismic Shift in Earthquake Engineering | College of Engineering

A Seismic Shift in Earthquake Engineering

More than 1,000 miles from his hometown in Utah’s coal country, Professor Brady Cox takes aim and heaves a massive sledge hammer onto the ground with deafening force.

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In August of 2020, Utah State University launched the NSF-funded ASPIRE Engineering Research Center dedicated to advancing sustainable, electrified transportation.
ASPIRE: One Year Later | College of Engineering

ASPIRE: One Year Later

In August of 2020, Utah State University launched the NSF-funded ASPIRE Engineering Research Center dedicated to advancing sustainable, electrified transportation.

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Darcie Christensen has so many memories of her time at Utah State, and she should, since she's been here for eight years. She can recount how she's transformed from the shy, hyper-focused freshman to the more easygoing, confident three-degree engineer she
"It's All About the People": Lessons From an Eight-Year Aggie | College of Engineering

"It's All About the People": Lessons From an Eight-Year Aggie

Darcie Christensen has so many memories of her time at Utah State, and she should, since she's been here for eight years. She can recount how she's transformed from the shy, hyper-focused freshman to the more easygoing, confident three-degree engineer she...

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The local civil engineering firm sponsored the renovation of a new study space, called the J-U-B Engineering Student Study Complex. The new facility opened mid-September, replacing an older study space on the second floor of the Engineering Laboratory bui
J-U-B Engineers Sponsor New Study Space for CEE Students | College of Engineering

J-U-B Engineers Sponsor New Study Space for CEE Students

The local civil engineering firm sponsored the renovation of a new study space, called the J-U-B Engineering Student Study Complex. The new facility opened mid-September, replacing an older study space on the second floor of the Engineering Laboratory bui...

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When Sandra Fitzgerald started her career as a journeyman engineer at Hill Air Force Base, the sound of the ringing telephone often made her feel a little nervous. It was 1988.
Wheels Up! | College of Engineering

Wheels Up!

When Sandra Fitzgerald started her career as a journeyman engineer at Hill Air Force Base, the sound of the ringing telephone often made her feel a little nervous. It was 1988.

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A former Utah State University College of Engineering professor, Roland Jeppson, died on Sept. 29 at age 88. He will be deeply missed by the Aggie community.
In Memoriam: Celebrating the Life of Former USU Engineering Professor Roland Jeppson | College of Engineering

In Memoriam: Celebrating the Life of Former USU Engineering Professor Roland Jeppson

A former Utah State University College of Engineering professor, Roland Jeppson, died on Sept. 29 at age 88. He will be deeply missed by the Aggie community.

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USU Part of New Institute to Understand Climate Change, Other Disasters. A team from Utah State University is creating tools to better understand the global impact of climate change and other disasters.
USU Part of New Institute to Understand Climate Change, Other Disasters | College of Engineering

USU Part of New Institute to Understand Climate Change, Other Disasters

USU Part of New Institute to Understand Climate Change, Other Disasters. A team from Utah State University is creating tools to better understand the global impact of climate change and other disasters.

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Two Utah State University College of Engineering graduate students recently presented their research at the Association of State Dam Safety Officials Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.
Engineering Students Present Research at Dam Safety Conference in Tennessee | College of Engineering

Engineering Students Present Research at Dam Safety Conference in Tennessee

Two Utah State University College of Engineering graduate students recently presented their research at the Association of State Dam Safety Officials Conference in Nashville, Tennessee.

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Students and faculty from Utah State University’s Advancing Sustainability through Powered Infrastructure for Roadway Electrification (ASPIRE) program demonstrated ground-breaking work for Utah Gov. Spencer Cox at the Electric Vehicle and Roadway Research
USU Highlights Roadway Electrification Research Center to Utah Governor | College of Engineering

USU Highlights Roadway Electrification Research Center to Utah Governor

Students and faculty from Utah State University’s Advancing Sustainability through Powered Infrastructure for Roadway Electrification (ASPIRE) program demonstrated ground-breaking work for Utah Gov. Spencer Cox at the Electric Vehicle and Roadway Research...

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Another undergraduate student project from Utah State University is on its way to space.
USU Students Prepare to Send CubeSat to Space as Part of NASA Initiative | College of Engineering

USU Students Prepare to Send CubeSat to Space as Part of NASA Initiative

Another undergraduate student project from Utah State University is on its way to space.

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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 P
USU Leads in Nuclear Engineering Research | College of Engineering

USU Leads in Nuclear Engineering Research

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 P...

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Matilyn Mortensen has joined the Utah State University College of Engineering as a public relations specialist.
College of Engineering Welcomes New Public Relations Specialist | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Welcomes New Public Relations Specialist

Matilyn Mortensen has joined the Utah State University College of Engineering as a public relations specialist.

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Researchers from Utah State University’s College of Engineering are working to develop more energy-efficient artificial intelligence hardware, thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation.
Grant will Allow USU Computer Engineers to Develop More Energy-efficient AI Hardware | College of Engineering

Grant will Allow USU Computer Engineers to Develop More Energy-efficient AI Hardware

Researchers from Utah State University’s College of Engineering are working to develop more energy-efficient artificial intelligence hardware, thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation.

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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.
Audio-gathering Research Project will Improve Inclusion in Engineering Education | College of Engineering

Audio-gathering Research Project will Improve Inclusion in Engineering Education

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.

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More than 250 students in the College of Engineering attended the Launch Your Engineering Career kickoff event on Sept. 8.
Launch Your Engineering Career Kickoff a Huge Success | College of Engineering

Launch Your Engineering Career Kickoff a Huge Success

More than 250 students in the College of Engineering attended the Launch Your Engineering Career kickoff event on Sept. 8.

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Research by a Utah State University College of Engineering professor is featured on the September cover of one of the world’s oldest scientific publications.
USU Engineering Professor Published in One of World’s Oldest Scientific Journals | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Professor Published in One of World’s Oldest Scientific Journals

Research by a Utah State University College of Engineering professor is featured on the September cover of one of the world’s oldest scientific publications.

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A senior in the Utah State University mechanical engineering program is one of 113 students nationwide who received a scholarship from The American Society of Mechanical Engineers for the 2021-22 school year.
Mechanical Engineering Senior Wins ASME Scholarship | College of Engineering

Mechanical Engineering Senior Wins ASME Scholarship

A senior in the Utah State University mechanical engineering program is one of 113 students nationwide who received a scholarship from The American Society of Mechanical Engineers for the 2021-22 school year.

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An electrical engineering student won a best paper competition at this year’s Small Satellite Conference and took home a $10,000 cash prize.
Engineering Student Wins $10,000 Best Paper Contest at SmallSat | College of Engineering

Engineering Student Wins $10,000 Best Paper Contest at SmallSat

An electrical engineering student won a best paper competition at this year’s Small Satellite Conference and took home a $10,000 cash prize.

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USU Assistant Professor Yu Huang will receive a $1.8 million NIH grant to study brain folding. Cerebral folding is an important topic in brain cancer research.
How Brains Fold: USU Team Wins NIH Grant to Study Cerebral Shaping

How Brains Fold: USU Team Wins NIH Grant to Study Cerebral Shaping

USU Assistant Professor Yu Huang will receive a $1.8 million NIH grant to study brain folding. Cerebral folding is an important topic in brain cancer research.

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Electrical engineering professor Charles Swenson will get $5.4 million in NASA funding to test his active thermal architectures. Swenson’s ATA technology will be installed inside CubeSats — small spacecraft about the size of two loaves of bread — which ar
Cool It: USU Electrical Engineers to Test Satellite Cooling Technology in Space | College of Engineering

Cool It: USU Electrical Engineers to Test Satellite Cooling Technology in Space

Electrical engineering professor Charles Swenson will get $5.4 million in NASA funding to test his active thermal architectures. Swenson’s ATA technology will be installed inside CubeSats — small spacecraft about the size of two loaves of bread — which ar...

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Crews are putting the final touches on a new 3,000-square-foot facility that will cement Utah State University’s role as a leader in the bioproducts revolution.
USU Opens New Facility for Algae and Bioproducts Research | College of Engineering

USU Opens New Facility for Algae and Bioproducts Research

Crews are putting the final touches on a new 3,000-square-foot facility that will cement Utah State University’s role as a leader in the bioproducts revolution.

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Meet Karem Belen Meza Capcha, a first-year PhD student in the college's irrigation engineering program. Meza also is pursuing a graduate specialization/minor in climate adaptation science, or CAS, sponsored by a National Science Foundation fellowship.
Student Spotlight: Karem Belen Meza Capcha | College of Engineering

Student Spotlight: Karem Belen Meza Capcha

Meet Karem Belen Meza Capcha, a first-year PhD student in the college's irrigation engineering program. Meza also is pursuing a graduate specialization/minor in climate adaptation science, or CAS, sponsored by a National Science Foundation fellowship.

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Autonomous underwater vehicles, or AUVs, are unmanned robots sent into the ocean to do all of sorts of things: create maps of the ocean floor, gather environmental information, identify hazards to navigation, document shipwrecks, etc. But charging them ca
USU Electrical Engineers Develop Wireless Charger for AUVs | College of Engineering

USU Electrical Engineers Develop Wireless Charger for AUVs

Autonomous underwater vehicles, or AUVs, are unmanned robots sent into the ocean to do all of sorts of things: create maps of the ocean floor, gather environmental information, identify hazards to navigation, document shipwrecks, etc. But charging them ca...

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UWRL and CEE faculty member Belize Lane and Ph.D. student Haley Canham are monitoring post-wildfire hydrologic response in the Grizzly Creek Fire burn scar to track changes in streamflow and sediment dynamics as part of Dr. Lane’s NSF RAPID Grant.
UWRL faculty member Belize Lane monitoring hydrologic response at Grizzly Creek Fire burn scar amid multiple debris flow events | College of Engineering

UWRL faculty member Belize Lane monitoring hydrologic response at Grizzly Creek Fire burn scar amid multiple debris flow events

UWRL and CEE faculty member Belize Lane and Ph.D. student Haley Canham are monitoring post-wildfire hydrologic response in the Grizzly Creek Fire burn scar to track changes in streamflow and sediment dynamics as part of Dr. Lane’s NSF RAPID Grant.

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Meet Sam Christensen, a senior in electrical engineering from San Diego. Sam enjoys tinkering with circuits and drones, but his next chapter is law school, and his big dream is to become a Supreme Court justice.
Student Spotlight: Sam Christensen | College of Engineering

Student Spotlight: Sam Christensen

Meet Sam Christensen, a senior in electrical engineering from San Diego. Sam enjoys tinkering with circuits and drones, but his next chapter is law school, and his big dream is to become a Supreme Court justice.

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A memorial to Dr. J. Paul Riley, a renowned CEE and UWRL faculty member who recently passed away.
In Memoriam: Former UWRL & CEE Professor J. Paul Riley

In Memoriam: Former UWRL & CEE Professor J. Paul Riley

A memorial to Dr. J. Paul Riley, a renowned CEE and UWRL faculty member who recently passed away.

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The American Society of Civil Engineers awarded two scholarships to USU civil engineering students at a statewide award ceremony June 18.
ASCE Awards Scholarships to Two Aggie Engineers | College of Engineering

ASCE Awards Scholarships to Two Aggie Engineers

The American Society of Civil Engineers awarded two scholarships to USU civil engineering students at a statewide award ceremony June 18.

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This summer, USU’S Engineering State returned after being canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Engineering State Returns After Pandemic Hiatus | College of Engineering

Engineering State Returns After Pandemic Hiatus

This summer, USU’S Engineering State returned after being canceled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Not every undergrad who wants to do research has the opportunity. And not every college offers programs that align with student interests.
Engineering Professor Establishes Multidisciplinary Research Program, Welcomes All-Women Cohort | College of Engineering

Engineering Professor Establishes Multidisciplinary Research Program, Welcomes All-Women Cohort

Not every undergrad who wants to do research has the opportunity. And not every college offers programs that align with student interests.

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College-level engineering and math courses are not for the weary. Of course, the subject matter itself is difficult, but students also need the mental and emotional skills it takes to solve complex problems.
What Self-Regulation Means for Engineering Student Success | College of Engineering

What Self-Regulation Means for Engineering Student Success

College-level engineering and math courses are not for the weary. Of course, the subject matter itself is difficult, but students also need the mental and emotional skills it takes to solve complex problems.

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Electrical engineering junior Kevin Plaizier won $25,000 after placing first in an international drone design contest.
Electrical Engineering Student Wins $25,000 Drone Competition | College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering Student Wins $25,000 Drone Competition

Electrical engineering junior Kevin Plaizier won $25,000 after placing first in an international drone design contest.

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Victoria Oyewola is a first-year PhD student in engineering education from Ilesa, Osun State, Nigeria.
Student Spotlight: Victoria Oyewola | College of Engineering

Student Spotlight: Victoria Oyewola

Victoria Oyewola is a first-year PhD student in engineering education from Ilesa, Osun State, Nigeria.

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USU College of Engineering alum Dr. Scott Lindsey has been named director of the National Weather Service Alaska Region.
Utah State Alum Selected as National Weather Service Regional Director | College of Engineering

Utah State Alum Selected as National Weather Service Regional Director

USU College of Engineering alum Dr. Scott Lindsey has been named director of the National Weather Service Alaska Region.

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A Utah State University engineering team won first place at the 2021 Wasatch Aerospace and Systems Engineering Mini-Conference. Their award-winning tech was a 3D-printed, plastic-based rocket propellant.
These Aren’t Your Kids’ LEGOs: USU Team Develops Rocket Propellant Using Familiar Plastic | College of Engineering

These Aren’t Your Kids’ LEGOs: USU Team Develops Rocket Propellant Using Familiar Plastic

A Utah State University engineering team won first place at the 2021 Wasatch Aerospace and Systems Engineering Mini-Conference. Their award-winning tech was a 3D-printed, plastic-based rocket propellant.

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In November 2019, Jake Barney attended the Encircle Summit, where 3,000 LGBTQIA+ youth and young adults, along with their families and friends, gathered for what Barney remembers as a day of sheer joy.
An Engineer with Pride | College of Engineering

An Engineer with Pride

In November 2019, Jake Barney attended the Encircle Summit, where 3,000 LGBTQIA+ youth and young adults, along with their families and friends, gathered for what Barney remembers as a day of sheer joy.

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Meet Matthew Crump, a grad student in our civil and environmental program with an emphasis in transportation engineering.
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Student Spotlight: Matthew Crump

Meet Matthew Crump, a grad student in our civil and environmental program with an emphasis in transportation engineering.

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Faculty, staff, and students at the College of Engineering extend a heartfelt farewell to Professor Doran Baker, who retires this month after 62 years of service to Utah State University.
Electrical Engineering Prof. Doran Baker Retires | College of Engineering

Electrical Engineering Prof. Doran Baker Retires

Faculty, staff, and students at the College of Engineering extend a heartfelt farewell to Professor Doran Baker, who retires this month after 62 years of service to Utah State University.

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Professors do it. Grad students never stop talking about it. But for many undergraduate students, research is still an enigma.
162 and Counting: How the College of Engineering Supports Undergraduate Research | College of Engineering

162 and Counting: How the College of Engineering Supports Undergraduate Research

Professors do it. Grad students never stop talking about it. But for many undergraduate students, research is still an enigma.

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Researchers from USU’s Biological Engineering Department have received one of NASA’s most competitive grants.
Space on the Brain: Utah State Engineers Awarded Competitive NASA Grant | College of Engineering

Space on the Brain: Utah State Engineers Awarded Competitive NASA Grant

Researchers from USU’s Biological Engineering Department have received one of NASA’s most competitive grants.

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The College of Engineering is proud to announce that Professor Marv Halling will be Civil and Environmental Engineering’s new department head, effective July 1.
Marv Halling Named New Civil & Environmental Engineering Department Head | College of Engineering

Marv Halling Named New Civil & Environmental Engineering Department Head

The College of Engineering is proud to announce that Professor Marv Halling will be Civil and Environmental Engineering’s new department head, effective July 1.

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Utah State University engineering alum Day Bassett has gifted $30,000 to the university to establish an ongoing scholarship fund.
An Invaluable Education: Alumni Day and Zella Bassett Establish Scholarship at USU | College of Engineering

An Invaluable Education: Alumni Day and Zella Bassett Establish Scholarship at USU

Utah State University engineering alum Day Bassett has gifted $30,000 to the university to establish an ongoing scholarship fund.

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Two Utah State University engineering students received $1,000 scholarships from the Intermountain Section of the American Water Works Association.
Regional Water Association Awards Scholarships to USU Engineering Students | College of Engineering

Regional Water Association Awards Scholarships to USU Engineering Students

Two Utah State University engineering students received $1,000 scholarships from the Intermountain Section of the American Water Works Association.

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Meet Mariah Brothersen, a junior in environmental engineering from Brigham City, Utah.
Student Spotlight: Mariah Brothersen | College of Engineering

Student Spotlight: Mariah Brothersen

Meet Mariah Brothersen, a junior in environmental engineering from Brigham City, Utah.

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Joshua Ward sees engineering everywhere. In his junior year of high school, he took calculus and physics and was fascinated by how he could use math to explain almost anything around him.
‘Part of a Team’: Joshua Ward Named 2021 Engineering Valedictorian | College of Engineering

‘Part of a Team’: Joshua Ward Named 2021 Engineering Valedictorian

Joshua Ward sees engineering everywhere. In his junior year of high school, he took calculus and physics and was fascinated by how he could use math to explain almost anything around him.

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USU’s College of Engineering welcomes new graduate program coordinator for the Biological Engineering Department, Lauren Shanley.
College of Engineering Welcomes New Graduate Program Coordinator | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Welcomes New Graduate Program Coordinator

USU’s College of Engineering welcomes new graduate program coordinator for the Biological Engineering Department, Lauren Shanley.

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Associate professor of ME Nick Roberts got into engineering the way many do: growing up, he liked taking things apart and putting them back together. But thermodynamics and heat transfer, now his research focus, wasn’t an obvious match.
Elevating the Basics: Meet Professor Roberts | College of Engineering

Elevating the Basics: Meet Professor Roberts

Associate professor of ME Nick Roberts got into engineering the way many do: growing up, he liked taking things apart and putting them back together. But thermodynamics and heat transfer, now his research focus, wasn’t an obvious match.

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A team of researchers from Utah State University were named one of ten finalists in the nationwide American-Made Solar Prize competition.
Utah State University Team Named Finalist in National Solar Prize Competition | College of Engineering

Utah State University Team Named Finalist in National Solar Prize Competition

A team of researchers from Utah State University were named one of ten finalists in the nationwide American-Made Solar Prize competition.

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Students in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering can now access a newly remodeled facility created just for them.
ECE Department Creates New Student Study Space | College of Engineering

ECE Department Creates New Student Study Space

Students in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering can now access a newly remodeled facility created just for them.

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Ben Damstedt says that depth has never been his strength. In college he wanted to explore many different subjects.
This Is the Year 2000: Ben Damstedt | College of Engineering

This Is the Year 2000: Ben Damstedt

Ben Damstedt says that depth has never been his strength. In college he wanted to explore many different subjects.

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In a rare exchange, scientists and water resources engineers from Iran and Utah are collaborating on a bold scientific study to restore one of the world’s largest saline lakes.
US and Iranian Researchers Collaborate on Lake Urmia Restoration | College of Engineering

US and Iranian Researchers Collaborate on Lake Urmia Restoration

In a rare exchange, scientists and water resources engineers from Iran and Utah are collaborating on a bold scientific study to restore one of the world’s largest saline lakes.

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Jackson Morgan has always been interested in space, and he chose electrical engineering so he could work on electric propulsion.
Student Spotlight: Jackson Morgan | College of Engineering

Student Spotlight: Jackson Morgan

Jackson Morgan has always been interested in space, and he chose electrical engineering so he could work on electric propulsion.

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A team of researchers from Utah State’s Power Electronics Lab have developed a DC current–to–DC voltage power converter.
USU Researchers Develop Power Converter for Long-Distance, Underwater Electric Grids | College of Engineering

USU Researchers Develop Power Converter for Long-Distance, Underwater Electric Grids

A team of researchers from Utah State’s Power Electronics Lab have developed a DC current–to–DC voltage power converter.

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Jen Thomas came to USU with plans to go to medical school, but those plans quickly changed after taking — and hating — her first biology class.
This Is the Year 2000: Jen Thomas | College of Engineering

This Is the Year 2000: Jen Thomas

Jen Thomas came to USU with plans to go to medical school, but those plans quickly changed after taking — and hating — her first biology class.

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USU biological engineering senior Andrew Kjar was named Scholar of the Year at the 63rd annual Robins Awards.
Andrew Kjar Awarded Scholar of the Year | College of Engineering

Andrew Kjar Awarded Scholar of the Year

USU biological engineering senior Andrew Kjar was named Scholar of the Year at the 63rd annual Robins Awards.

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The College of Engineering at Utah State University extends its congratulations to two newly promoted faculty members.
Faculty Promotions 2021 | College of Engineering

Faculty Promotions 2021

The College of Engineering at Utah State University extends its congratulations to two newly promoted faculty members.

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Utah State University transportation engineering researchers will partner with colleagues at Virginia Tech on a Department of Energy–funded study to identify emerging cybersecurity threats to the nation’s electric utility grids.
Secure and Sustainable: USU Secures Major DOE Grant for Solar Technology Research | College of Engineering

Secure and Sustainable: USU Secures Major DOE Grant for Solar Technology Research

Utah State University transportation engineering researchers will partner with colleagues at Virginia Tech on a Department of Energy–funded study to identify emerging cybersecurity threats to the nation’s electric utility grids.

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USU’s environmental engineering program has always been compact. It is a small major not because it is unpopular but because it attracts a certain crowd: people who are generalists at heart, who like flexibility, and who want to get their hands dirty.
This Is the Year 2000: Aaron Swank | College of Engineering

This Is the Year 2000: Aaron Swank

USU’s environmental engineering program has always been compact. It is a small major not because it is unpopular but because it attracts a certain crowd: people who are generalists at heart, who like flexibility, and who want to get their hands dirty.

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Have you ever heard your own voice talk back to you on the phone? It’s a nuisance, which is why people developed filters that adapt to the sound in a room and remove this echo (the technical term is echo cancellation).
Deleting Double-Talk: USU Faculty Advance Echo Cancellation Technology | College of Engineering

Deleting Double-Talk: USU Faculty Advance Echo Cancellation Technology

Have you ever heard your own voice talk back to you on the phone? It’s a nuisance, which is why people developed filters that adapt to the sound in a room and remove this echo (the technical term is echo cancellation).

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For those who live in snowy mountainous regions like the Wasatch Front, much of the water used for irrigation and drinking comes from snow that accumulates in the mountains.
USU Researchers Study Unique Groundwater Pathways in Logan Canyon | College of Engineering

USU Researchers Study Unique Groundwater Pathways in Logan Canyon

For those who live in snowy mountainous regions like the Wasatch Front, much of the water used for irrigation and drinking comes from snow that accumulates in the mountains.

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The local civil engineering firm J-U-B Engineers is sponsoring the renovation of a new engineering study space, set to open in the summer.
Local Engineering Firm Sponsors New Study Space in EL Building | College of Engineering

Local Engineering Firm Sponsors New Study Space in EL Building

The local civil engineering firm J-U-B Engineers is sponsoring the renovation of a new engineering study space, set to open in the summer.

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Several graduate programs within Utah State University’s College of Engineering were ranked alongside some of the top-performing schools in the nation.
USU Engineering Programs Ranked in ‘Best Graduate Schools’ Survey | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Programs Ranked in ‘Best Graduate Schools’ Survey

Several graduate programs within Utah State University’s College of Engineering were ranked alongside some of the top-performing schools in the nation.

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Utah State University named Regan Zane the 2021 Faculty Researcher of the Year at the university’s first annual faculty awards ceremony Mar. 30.
Regan Zane Awarded 2021 Faculty Researcher of the Year | College of Engineering

Regan Zane Awarded 2021 Faculty Researcher of the Year

Utah State University named Regan Zane the 2021 Faculty Researcher of the Year at the university’s first annual faculty awards ceremony Mar. 30.

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College of Engineering professor Ronald Sims was presented with the D. Wynne Thorne Career Research Award at Utah State University’s first annual faculty awards ceremony Mar. 30.
Ron Sims Receives 2021 D. Wynne Thorne Career Research Award | College of Engineering

Ron Sims Receives 2021 D. Wynne Thorne Career Research Award

College of Engineering professor Ronald Sims was presented with the D. Wynne Thorne Career Research Award at Utah State University’s first annual faculty awards ceremony Mar. 30.

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The College of Engineering extends its congratulations to CEE professor Ryan Dupont for receiving the 2021 Cazier Professor Lifetime Achievement award. Dupont was presented the award at USU’s first annual faculty awards ceremony Mar. 30.
Ryan Dupont Receives Cazier Professor Lifetime Achievement Award | College of Engineering

Ryan Dupont Receives Cazier Professor Lifetime Achievement Award

The College of Engineering extends its congratulations to CEE professor Ryan Dupont for receiving the 2021 Cazier Professor Lifetime Achievement award. Dupont was presented the award at USU’s first annual faculty awards ceremony Mar. 30.

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College of Engineering faculty took three of nine university-level awards presented at the USU’s first annual faculty awards ceremony held Mar. 30.
USU Honors Three Engineering Faculty at University-Wide Event | College of Engineering

USU Honors Three Engineering Faculty at University-Wide Event

College of Engineering faculty took three of nine university-level awards presented at the USU’s first annual faculty awards ceremony held Mar. 30.

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The College of Engineering congratulates biological engineering alumni Bailey McFarland and Emilee Madsen for their recognition by the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.
Biological Engineering Alumni Shine in NSF Grad Research Fellow Search | College of Engineering

Biological Engineering Alumni Shine in NSF Grad Research Fellow Search

The College of Engineering congratulates biological engineering alumni Bailey McFarland and Emilee Madsen for their recognition by the National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship Program.

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Meet Cheng, a third-year PhD student in biological engineering! Cheng is a first-generation college student from Qidong, China, about 60 miles outside of Shanghai.
Student Spotlight: Cheng Chen | College of Engineering

Student Spotlight: Cheng Chen

Meet Cheng, a third-year PhD student in biological engineering! Cheng is a first-generation college student from Qidong, China, about 60 miles outside of Shanghai.

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We extend our congratulations to six faculty and 18 students for being recognized at a socially distanced awards ceremony Mar. 24.
Faculty and Student Awards 2021 | College of Engineering

Faculty and Student Awards 2021

We extend our congratulations to six faculty and 18 students for being recognized at a socially distanced awards ceremony Mar. 24.

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The world watched when Perseverance landed on Mars to begin its mission. Events like this speak to many people, but for Matthew Fifield, it was more personal. The company where he works as a test manager built a component for the rover.
Can It Space? The Life of an Aerospace Test Engineer | College of Engineer

Can It Space? The Life of an Aerospace Test Engineer

The world watched when Perseverance landed on Mars to begin its mission. Events like this speak to many people, but for Matthew Fifield, it was more personal. The company where he works as a test manager built a component for the rover.

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Converting intersections to roundabouts has been shown dramatically reduce crashes, injuries, and fatalities, but a closer look at the research reveals that roundabouts do not improve safety for cyclists as much as for drivers.
Roundabouts Not as Safe for Cyclists, New Research Says | College of Engineering

Roundabouts Not as Safe for Cyclists, New Research Says

Converting intersections to roundabouts has been shown dramatically reduce crashes, injuries, and fatalities, but a closer look at the research reveals that roundabouts do not improve safety for cyclists as much as for drivers.

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The College of Engineering congratulates the professor and five students who were honored at the Feb. 27 Utah Engineers Council Awards Banquet.
Engineering Faculty, Students Earn Six Awards from Utah Engineers Council | College of Engineering

Engineering Faculty, Students Earn Six Awards from Utah Engineers Council

The College of Engineering congratulates the professor and five students who were honored at the Feb. 27 Utah Engineers Council Awards Banquet.

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ASPIRE Researchers successfully patented technology for a high-power-density battery converter. Their U.S. patent issued Feb. 9 will support the center’s mission to develop sustainable, economically sound electrified transportation.
ASPIRE Researchers Granted Patent for Converter Topology that Improves EV Charging | College of Engineering

ASPIRE Researchers Granted Patent for Converter Topology that Improves EV Charging

ASPIRE Researchers successfully patented technology for a high-power-density battery converter. Their U.S. patent issued Feb. 9 will support the center’s mission to develop sustainable, economically sound electrified transportation.

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Camren Todd is the recipient of the Elite 90 award for the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Cross Country Championships, the NCAA announced Monday.
Civil Engineering Sophomore First USU Student to Receive Competitive Student-Athlete Award | College of Engineering

Civil Engineering Sophomore First USU Student to Receive Competitive Student-Athlete Award

Camren Todd is the recipient of the Elite 90 award for the 2020 NCAA Division I Men's Cross Country Championships, the NCAA announced Monday.

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Forty-two company representatives and 137 students attended the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department’s annual Career Night on Feb. 25.
Civil & Environmental Engineering Students Network with Top Engineering Firms | College of Engineering

Civil & Environmental Engineering Students Network with Top Engineering Firms

Forty-two company representatives and 137 students attended the Civil and Environmental Engineering Department’s annual Career Night on Feb. 25.

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Researchers at Utah State University are using silkworm silk to grow skeletal muscle cells, improving on traditional methods of cell culture and hopefully leading to better treatments for muscle atrophy.
Researchers Use Silkworm Silk to Model Muscle Tissue | College of Engineering

Researchers Use Silkworm Silk to Model Muscle Tissue

Researchers at Utah State University are using silkworm silk to grow skeletal muscle cells, improving on traditional methods of cell culture and hopefully leading to better treatments for muscle atrophy.

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Meet Savannah, a mechanical engineering major from Farmington, Utah! Savannah graduates in May and is excited to start her dream job in designing HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, and refrigeration systems.
Student Spotlight: Savannah Augustine, HVAC Queen | College of Engineering

Student Spotlight: Savannah Augustine, HVAC Queen

Meet Savannah, a mechanical engineering major from Farmington, Utah! Savannah graduates in May and is excited to start her dream job in designing HVAC, plumbing, fire protection, and refrigeration systems.

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Faculty, students, and other water enthusiasts enjoyed a conversation with Gene Shawcroft, Utah’s newly appointed representative to the Upper Colorado River Commission.
Utah Water Management Official Speaks at USU | College of Engineering

Utah Water Management Official Speaks at USU

Faculty, students, and other water enthusiasts enjoyed a conversation with Gene Shawcroft, Utah’s newly appointed representative to the Upper Colorado River Commission.

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One solution to agriculture’s many challenges — climate change–induced drought, less arable land, and decreased water quality, to name a few — is to develop smarter fertilizers.
Supporting the Second Genome: Researchers Use New Tool to Study Stress in Root-Colonizing Bacteria | College of Engineering

Supporting the Second Genome: Researchers Use New Tool to Study Stress in Root-Colonizing Bacteria

One solution to agriculture’s many challenges — climate change–induced drought, less arable land, and decreased water quality, to name a few — is to develop smarter fertilizers.

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Former director of the Utah Water Research Laboratory Mac McKee has been announced as a recipient of the 2021 Warren A. Hall Medal for his exceptional accomplishments in water resources.
UWRL Former Director Wins Prestigious Water Resources Award | College of Engineering

UWRL Former Director Wins Prestigious Water Resources Award

Former director of the Utah Water Research Laboratory Mac McKee has been announced as a recipient of the 2021 Warren A. Hall Medal for his exceptional accomplishments in water resources.

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Associate professor of civil engineering John Rice has been selected as a Fulbright Scholar Alumni Ambassador.
Civil Engineering Professor Named Fulbright Scholar Alumni Ambassador | College of Engineering

Civil Engineering Professor Named Fulbright Scholar Alumni Ambassador

Associate professor of civil engineering John Rice has been selected as a Fulbright Scholar Alumni Ambassador.

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Engineering education student Theresa Green has received NSF funding to intern with the Smithsonian Science Education Center...
USU Grad Student Develops Engineering Curriculum for The Smithsonian | College of Engineering

USU Grad Student Develops Engineering Curriculum for The Smithsonian

Engineering education student Theresa Green has received NSF funding to intern with the Smithsonian Science Education Center...

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A Utah State University College of Engineering researcher has received one of the nation’s highest awards from the National Science Foundation.
From Service to STEM: Engineering Education Professor Receives Prestigious NSF CAREER Grant | College of Engineering

From Service to STEM: Engineering Education Professor Receives Prestigious NSF CAREER Grant

A Utah State University College of Engineering researcher has received one of the nation’s highest awards from the National Science Foundation.

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Flavonoids are the substances that give many fruits and vegetables their color. They provide people with antioxidants and a wealth of other health benefits. And until very recently, scientists thought these chemicals could only be found in plants.
Biological Engineering Professor Receives NSF Grant for Pioneering Fungi Study | College of Engineering

Biological Engineering Professor Receives NSF Grant for Pioneering Fungi Study

Flavonoids are the substances that give many fruits and vegetables their color. They provide people with antioxidants and a wealth of other health benefits. And until very recently, scientists thought these chemicals could only be found in plants.

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USU alum Barry Santana has established a scholarship in the name of Dr. Winfred O. Carter. Santana hopes this will highlight Carter’s lifelong contributions as a dedicated mentor and as a pioneer in computer-aided structural analysis and design.
USU Alum Creates Scholarship for Engineering Grad Students | College of Engineering

USU Alum Creates Scholarship for Engineering Grad Students

USU alum Barry Santana has established a scholarship in the name of Dr. Winfred O. Carter. Santana hopes this will highlight Carter’s lifelong contributions as a dedicated mentor and as a pioneer in computer-aided structural analysis and design.

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Anessa Pennington has joined Utah State University as a public relations specialist in the College of Engineering.
College of Engineering Welcomes New Public Relations Specialist | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Welcomes New Public Relations Specialist

Anessa Pennington has joined Utah State University as a public relations specialist in the College of Engineering.

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USU undergraduate student Kelsey Bradshaw presented her research Feb. 2 as part of Utah’s Research on Capitol Hill event.
Biological Engineering Student Shares Research on Capitol Hill | College of Engineering

Biological Engineering Student Shares Research on Capitol Hill

USU undergraduate student Kelsey Bradshaw presented her research Feb. 2 as part of Utah’s Research on Capitol Hill event.

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USU graduate students Rafiur Rahman and Sailesh Acharya took first and second place, respectively, in a statewide student paper competition. The event is organized by the Utah chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, known as UTite.
Engineering Grad Students Win Research Paper Competition | College of Engineering

Engineering Grad Students Win Research Paper Competition

USU graduate students Rafiur Rahman and Sailesh Acharya took first and second place, respectively, in a statewide student paper competition. The event is organized by the Utah chapter of the Institute of Transportation Engineers, known as UTite.

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USU Professor Emeritus V. Dean Adams was selected to be a member of the 2020 Class of Fellows of the American Chemical Society, known as ACS.
Engineering Professor Emeritus Named Fellow of American Chemical Society | College of Engineering

Engineering Professor Emeritus Named Fellow of American Chemical Society

USU Professor Emeritus V. Dean Adams was selected to be a member of the 2020 Class of Fellows of the American Chemical Society, known as ACS.

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As we gear up for a new semester, it’s important to pause and reflect on the difficult circumstances we’re all facing today. We know the pandemic has impacted your university experience and personal lives in different ways.
A Letter from Dean Jagath Kaluarachchi | College of Engineering

A Letter from Dean Jagath Kaluarachchi

As we gear up for a new semester, it’s important to pause and reflect on the difficult circumstances we’re all facing today. We know the pandemic has impacted your university experience and personal lives in different ways.

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Faculty, staff and students at the College of Engineering extend a heartfelt thanks and farewell to Professor William Doucette who retired in January after nearly 35 years of service to Utah State University.
Environmental Engineering Prof. William Doucette Retires | College of Engineering

Environmental Engineering Prof. William Doucette Retires

Faculty, staff and students at the College of Engineering extend a heartfelt thanks and farewell to Professor William Doucette who retired in January after nearly 35 years of service to Utah State University.

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Welcome back, engineering student! We’re thrilled to see you returning. We realize your university experience is heavily impacted by the pandemic, and we’re doing everything we can to provide a safe learning environment.
Welcome to Spring Semester 2021 | College of Engineering

Welcome to Spring Semester 2021

Welcome back, engineering student! We’re thrilled to see you returning. We realize your university experience is heavily impacted by the pandemic, and we’re doing everything we can to provide a safe learning environment.

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A team of College of Engineering undergraduates turned idea into reality this semester by building a scale model of their award-winning dam design.
Engineering Students Construct Award-Winning Dam Model | College of Engineering

Engineering Students Construct Award-Winning Dam Model

A team of College of Engineering undergraduates turned idea into reality this semester by building a scale model of their award-winning dam design.

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Mechanical and aerospace engineering student Grace Graham recently shared her experience from a summer internship with United Launch Alliance.
USU Aerospace Undergraduate Calls “Go” at T-Minus Zero | College of Engineering

USU Aerospace Undergraduate Calls “Go” at T-Minus Zero

Mechanical and aerospace engineering student Grace Graham recently shared her experience from a summer internship with United Launch Alliance.

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View as a pdf The Biological Engineering Department hosted its third annual Intermountain Biological Conference on Oct. 30 and 31. This year’s theme was Biological Engineering’s Impact on Public Health
BE Students Engage with Industry Leaders at Virtual Conference | College of Engineering

BE Students Engage with Industry Leaders at Virtual Conference

View as a pdf The Biological Engineering Department hosted its third annual Intermountain Biological Conference on Oct. 30 and 31. This year’s theme was Biological Engineering’s Impact on Public Health

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USU’s College of Engineering welcomes Monte Larson who will serve as the executive assistant to the dean beginning Nov. 2.
College of Engineering Welcomes New Executive Assistant to the Dean | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Welcomes New Executive Assistant to the Dean

USU’s College of Engineering welcomes Monte Larson who will serve as the executive assistant to the dean beginning Nov. 2.

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USU has become a national hub in transportation engineering research. In addition to the groundbreaking work at the ASPIRE Engineering Research Center, USU engineering faculty lead exciting transportation studies that may forever change transportation.
New Plans for the Road Ahead | College of Engineering

New Plans for the Road Ahead

USU has become a national hub in transportation engineering research. In addition to the groundbreaking work at the ASPIRE Engineering Research Center, USU engineering faculty lead exciting transportation studies that may forever change transportation.

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Engineers at USU are racing to develop a solution to ensure the safety of the largest hydroelectric project in Colombia. The Ituango Dam on the Cauca River is the tallest in Columbia. The dam’s plant is projected to generate 2.4 megawatts of power.
300,000 Vinyl Spheres | College of Engineering

300,000 Vinyl Spheres

Engineers at USU are racing to develop a solution to ensure the safety of the largest hydroelectric project in Colombia. The Ituango Dam on the Cauca River is the tallest in Columbia. The dam’s plant is projected to generate 2.4 megawatts of power.

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There’s a growing effort in higher education to encourage more undergraduate students to learn the basics of research early on. Proponents say undergrad research experiences increase students’ understanding, confidence, awareness and interest in STEM.
A Unique Summer Experience | College of Engineering

A Unique Summer Experience

There’s a growing effort in higher education to encourage more undergraduate students to learn the basics of research early on. Proponents say undergrad research experiences increase students’ understanding, confidence, awareness and interest in STEM.

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Engineering students teamed up with the Center for Persons with Disabilities to make face shields. The headband and ear pieces are 3-D printed. The shield portion is an overhead projector transparency sheet.
Aggies Help Shield Front-Line Workers | College of Engineering

Aggies Help Shield Front-Line Workers

Engineering students teamed up with the Center for Persons with Disabilities to make face shields. The headband and ear pieces are 3-D printed. The shield portion is an overhead projector transparency sheet.

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Seemingly overnight, students and faculty adapted to an unprecedented university experience. On March 12, USU announced the remainder of its spring semester would take place entirely online.
#AggieStrong: Students and Faculty Respond to Pandemic | College of Engineering

#AggieStrong: Students and Faculty Respond to Pandemic

Seemingly overnight, students and faculty adapted to an unprecedented university experience. On March 12, USU announced the remainder of its spring semester would take place entirely online.

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Researcher Dr. Som Dutta is part of a global team of scientists and engineers harnessing the power of supercomputers to better understand COVID-19.
Out-Computing COVID: How Airborne Droplets Spread Viruses | College of Engineering

Out-Computing COVID: How Airborne Droplets Spread Viruses

Researcher Dr. Som Dutta is part of a global team of scientists and engineers harnessing the power of supercomputers to better understand COVID-19.

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Water is life. Its supply and quality are critical to society. But water is also numbers — numbers that measure flow, volume and quality to support decisions about how water is managed.
The Free Flow of Water Data | College of Engineering

The Free Flow of Water Data

Water is life. Its supply and quality are critical to society. But water is also numbers — numbers that measure flow, volume and quality to support decisions about how water is managed.

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The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Utah State University is excited to welcome four new faculty, including three new assistant professors and one new professor.
CEE Welcomes Four New Faculty | College of Engineering

CEE Welcomes Four New Faculty

The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Utah State University is excited to welcome four new faculty, including three new assistant professors and one new professor.

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The Engineering Tutor Center is adapting to changing times and offering both face-to-face and virtual tutoring sessions. Tutoring services are free to students, and there is no need to schedule an appointment. The center is located in Engineering 320.
Engineering Tutoring Center Offers In-Person and Virtual Help | College of Engineering

Engineering Tutoring Center Offers In-Person and Virtual Help

The Engineering Tutor Center is adapting to changing times and offering both face-to-face and virtual tutoring sessions. Tutoring services are free to students, and there is no need to schedule an appointment. The center is located in Engineering 320.

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The Department of Energy has awarded $1.9 million for a Utah State University study focused on improving wastewater treatment and the prevention of toxic algae blooms.
USU Biological Engineering Researchers Get $1.9M DOE Grant | College of Engineering

USU Biological Engineering Researchers Get $1.9M DOE Grant

The Department of Energy has awarded $1.9 million for a Utah State University study focused on improving wastewater treatment and the prevention of toxic algae blooms.

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Utah State University researchers will join the National Science Foundation’s Critical Zone Collaborative Network Coordinating Hub to improve collaboration among engineers and scientists studying the Earth’s Critical Zone.
USU Team Awarded $1.1M for Critical Zone Research | College of Engineering

USU Team Awarded $1.1M for Critical Zone Research

Utah State University researchers will join the National Science Foundation’s Critical Zone Collaborative Network Coordinating Hub to improve collaboration among engineers and scientists studying the Earth’s Critical Zone.

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Students, faculty and staff at Utah State University are saddened by the loss of friend and mentor Rex Plaizier who died Aug. 27 after an 8-year battle with cancer. He was 61.
In Memoriam: Honoring Longtime USU Supporter Rex Plaizier | College of Engineerni

In Memoriam: Honoring Longtime USU Supporter Rex Plaizier

Students, faculty and staff at Utah State University are saddened by the loss of friend and mentor Rex Plaizier who died Aug. 27 after an 8-year battle with cancer. He was 61.

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My name is Jagath Kaluarachchi, and I’m the Dean of the College of Engineering. We’re excited to welcome our first-year and returning Aggies back to campus.
Welcome to the College of Engineering | College of Engineering

Welcome to the College of Engineering

My name is Jagath Kaluarachchi, and I’m the Dean of the College of Engineering. We’re excited to welcome our first-year and returning Aggies back to campus.

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The National Science Foundation has awarded Utah State University a five-year, $26 million grant, renewable to 10-year, $50.6 million, to develop an international research center dedicated to advancing sustainable, electrified transportation.
USU Launches NSF-funded Engineering Research Center for Electrified Transportation | College of Engineering

USU Launches NSF-funded Engineering Research Center for Electrified Transportation

The National Science Foundation has awarded Utah State University a five-year, $26 million grant, renewable to 10-year, $50.6 million, to develop an international research center dedicated to advancing sustainable, electrified transportation.

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Utah State University graduate student Jade Snyder Echard will receive a $10,000 stipend from a national organization that encourages students to pursue Master of Science degrees in environmental engineering.
Environmental Engineering Student Wins Stipend | College of Engineering

Environmental Engineering Student Wins Stipend

Utah State University graduate student Jade Snyder Echard will receive a $10,000 stipend from a national organization that encourages students to pursue Master of Science degrees in environmental engineering.

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Utah State University graduate student Ferdousy Runa will receive a $4,000 scholarship for her work studying pedestrian activity. Runa’s research will help inform transportation planners and lead to safety improvements at busy intersections.
A Win for Women in Transportation Engineering | College of Engineering

A Win for Women in Transportation Engineering

Utah State University graduate student Ferdousy Runa will receive a $4,000 scholarship for her work studying pedestrian activity. Runa’s research will help inform transportation planners and lead to safety improvements at busy intersections.

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Utah State University researchers will receive four major grants from the U.S. Department of Energy to lead advancements in vehicle and transportation technology.
USU Awarded $5.6M for Vehicle Technology Research | College of Engineering

USU Awarded $5.6M for Vehicle Technology Research

Utah State University researchers will receive four major grants from the U.S. Department of Energy to lead advancements in vehicle and transportation technology.

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A recent statewide pilot study confirmed that coronavirus can be detected in sewage that enters wastewater treatment facilities. The findings may lead to new public health tools that help track infection rates and trends.
USU Biological Engineers Monitor Coronavirus in Sewage | College of Engineering

USU Biological Engineers Monitor Coronavirus in Sewage

A recent statewide pilot study confirmed that coronavirus can be detected in sewage that enters wastewater treatment facilities. The findings may lead to new public health tools that help track infection rates and trends.

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When Glen Wright walks into a room, excited faces light up to see who’s following closely behind. His one-to-one working model of a famous Star Wars droid turns heads wherever the two venture.
"I Made the Most of My Education" | College of Engineering

"I Made the Most of My Education"

When Glen Wright walks into a room, excited faces light up to see who’s following closely behind. His one-to-one working model of a famous Star Wars droid turns heads wherever the two venture.

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Dr. Yingying Zheng will be joining the Biological Engineering faculty as a tenure-track assistant professor on August 1, 2020.
Yingying Zheng Joins USU Biological Engineering Department | College of Engineering

Yingying Zheng Joins USU Biological Engineering Department

Dr. Yingying Zheng will be joining the Biological Engineering faculty as a tenure-track assistant professor on August 1, 2020.

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Utah State University Professor Rose Hu has again been named to a class of distinguished lecturers within the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, known as IEEE.
USU Engineering Professor Named IEEE Distinguished Lecturer | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Professor Named IEEE Distinguished Lecturer

Utah State University Professor Rose Hu has again been named to a class of distinguished lecturers within the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, known as IEEE.

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Utah State University graduate student Motasem Abualqumboz is being recognized by an international organization for his research into Northern Utah’s air quality problems.
Environmental Engineering Student Earns Scholarship for Air Quality Research | College of Engineering

Environmental Engineering Student Earns Scholarship for Air Quality Research

Utah State University graduate student Motasem Abualqumboz is being recognized by an international organization for his research into Northern Utah’s air quality problems.

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Space exploration technology is constantly in need of creative and innovative design updates to help expand our exploration of the cosmos.
USU Mars Rover Team Places in University Rover Challenge Finals | College of Engineering

USU Mars Rover Team Places in University Rover Challenge Finals

Space exploration technology is constantly in need of creative and innovative design updates to help expand our exploration of the cosmos.

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You’ve accomplished something extraordinary. By persevering through years of challenging work and training, you have earned one of the most versatile and valuable college degrees.
Honoring the Class of 2020 | College of Engineering

Honoring the Class of 2020

You’ve accomplished something extraordinary. By persevering through years of challenging work and training, you have earned one of the most versatile and valuable college degrees.

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Utah State University biological engineering undergraduate Morgan Bishop received the Undergraduate Researcher of the Year at this year’s Robins Awards.
Biological Engineering Student Receives Peak Prize at USU Robins Awards | College of Engineering

Biological Engineering Student Receives Peak Prize at USU Robins Awards

Utah State University biological engineering undergraduate Morgan Bishop received the Undergraduate Researcher of the Year at this year’s Robins Awards.

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Utah State University Professor Ron Sims was named fellow of the Institute of Biological Engineering, or IBE, on April 1.
Biological Engineering Professor Named Fellow of National Organization | College of Engineering

Biological Engineering Professor Named Fellow of National Organization

Utah State University Professor Ron Sims was named fellow of the Institute of Biological Engineering, or IBE, on April 1.

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Three of Utah State University’s College of Engineering graduate programs were again ranked alongside some of the top-performing schools in the nation.
USU Engineering Programs Ranked in Top 50, Top 100 Nationally | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Programs Ranked in Top 50, Top 100 Nationally

Three of Utah State University’s College of Engineering graduate programs were again ranked alongside some of the top-performing schools in the nation.

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A former Utah State University professor of civil engineering and former director of the Utah Water Research Laboratory has died after a month-long battle with COVID-19, his wife said.
In Memoriam: Former Director of Utah Water Research Lab Dies from COVID-19 | College of Engineering

In Memoriam: Former Director of Utah Water Research Lab Dies from COVID-19

A former Utah State University professor of civil engineering and former director of the Utah Water Research Laboratory has died after a month-long battle with COVID-19, his wife said.

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The College of Engineering and the Center for Persons with Disabilities at USU are collaborating to provide medical grade PPE to health care workers in northern Utah. Now they are asking businesses and individuals to join them.
USU and Community Join to Provide Protective Health Care Equipment | College of Engineering

USU and Community Join to Provide Protective Health Care Equipment

The College of Engineering and the Center for Persons with Disabilities at USU are collaborating to provide medical grade PPE to health care workers in northern Utah. Now they are asking businesses and individuals to join them.

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The College of Engineering at Utah State University extends its congratulations to four newly-promoted faculty members.
Faculty Promotions 2020 | College of Engineering

Faculty Promotions 2020

The College of Engineering at Utah State University extends its congratulations to four newly-promoted faculty members.

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Utah State University student Andrew Kjar was named a 2020 Goldwater Scholar in a prestigious national competition that recognizes outstanding achievements in science and mathematics.
USU Biological Engineering Student Named Goldwater Scholar | College of Engineering

USU Biological Engineering Student Named Goldwater Scholar

Utah State University student Andrew Kjar was named a 2020 Goldwater Scholar in a prestigious national competition that recognizes outstanding achievements in science and mathematics.

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A Utah State University doctoral student will receive one of the nation’s most distinguished student research fellowships valued at approximately $138,000.
USU Engineering Education Student Receives NSF Research Fellowship | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Education Student Receives NSF Research Fellowship

A Utah State University doctoral student will receive one of the nation’s most distinguished student research fellowships valued at approximately $138,000.

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In response to the growing concerns about COVID-19, the College of Engineering at Utah State University is canceling its 2020 Engineering State youth summer camp.
2020 Engineering State Summer Camp Canceled Due to Coronavirus | College of Engineering

2020 Engineering State Summer Camp Canceled Due to Coronavirus

In response to the growing concerns about COVID-19, the College of Engineering at Utah State University is canceling its 2020 Engineering State youth summer camp.

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Due to concerns over COVID-19, Utah State University’s College of Engineering is switching to an online-only tutoring system.
College of Engineering Implements New Online Tutoring System | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Implements New Online Tutoring System

Due to concerns over COVID-19, Utah State University’s College of Engineering is switching to an online-only tutoring system.

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The College of Engineering community extends its congratulations to the students and faculty who are recognized for their outstanding accomplishments in research.
Congratulations to College of Engineering Researchers | College of Engineering

Congratulations to College of Engineering Researchers

The College of Engineering community extends its congratulations to the students and faculty who are recognized for their outstanding accomplishments in research.

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The College of Engineering extends its congratulations to the two faculty award winners recognized at the Engineers Week Awards Banquet.
Faculty Award Winners Recognized at Awards Banquet | College of Engineering

Faculty Award Winners Recognized at Awards Banquet

The College of Engineering extends its congratulations to the two faculty award winners recognized at the Engineers Week Awards Banquet.

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The College of Engineering extends its heartfelt congratulations to the 12 undergraduate students recognized at the Engineers Week Awards Banquet.
12 Outstanding Students Recognized at Awards Banquet | College of Engineering

12 Outstanding Students Recognized at Awards Banquet

The College of Engineering extends its heartfelt congratulations to the 12 undergraduate students recognized at the Engineers Week Awards Banquet.

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One of the world’s largest technology manufacturers has named a Utah State University College of Engineering alumnus to its corporate fellowship.
USU Electrical and Computer Engineering Alum Named Intel Fellow | College of Engineering

USU Electrical and Computer Engineering Alum Named Intel Fellow

One of the world’s largest technology manufacturers has named a Utah State University College of Engineering alumnus to its corporate fellowship.

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The USU chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, or IEEE, will host the annual Student-Professional Awareness Conference on March 14.
Engineering Networking Conference Connects Students with Industry | College of Engineering

Engineering Networking Conference Connects Students with Industry

The USU chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, or IEEE, will host the annual Student-Professional Awareness Conference on March 14.

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Wetlands, floodplains and aquatic habitats are some of Utah’s most important ecosystems. They are home to many bird, plant and fish species, and they provide unique outdoor recreation opportunities.
New Model Improves Management of Wetland, Floodplain and River Habitats | College of Engineering

New Model Improves Management of Wetland, Floodplain and River Habitats

Wetlands, floodplains and aquatic habitats are some of Utah’s most important ecosystems. They are home to many bird, plant and fish species, and they provide unique outdoor recreation opportunities.

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The Merril-Cazier Library has recently had problems with leaks from pipes throughout the building. The potential for water damage poses a serious challenge to the Special Collections and Archives, which are housed in the basement beneath pipes.
Waterlogged: How USU Engineering Students Keep Library Books Dry | College of Engineering

Waterlogged: How USU Engineering Students Keep Library Books Dry

The Merril-Cazier Library has recently had problems with leaks from pipes throughout the building. The potential for water damage poses a serious challenge to the Special Collections and Archives, which are housed in the basement beneath pipes.

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A collaborative team of researchers at Utah State University and the University of Central Florida developed a tool to track cellular events that may lead to obesity-related conditions in people.
Living Cell Imaging Technique Sheds Light on Molecular View of Obesity | College of Engineering

Living Cell Imaging Technique Sheds Light on Molecular View of Obesity

A collaborative team of researchers at Utah State University and the University of Central Florida developed a tool to track cellular events that may lead to obesity-related conditions in people.

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Utah State University engineering students recently won three of four scholarships from the American Water Works Association, Intermountain Section. The winners are
USU Shines at American Water Works Association Scholarship Challenge | College of Engineering

USU Shines at American Water Works Association Scholarship Challenge

Utah State University engineering students recently won three of four scholarships from the American Water Works Association, Intermountain Section. The winners are

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Utah State University engineering students Kyler Olsen, Braiden Amata, Jack Tousley and Kat Margetts, with Assistant Professor Brian Crookston as their faculty advisor, won the Association of State Dam Safety Officials dam model competition.
USU Students Win National Dam Safety Competition | College of Engineering

USU Students Win National Dam Safety Competition

Utah State University engineering students Kyler Olsen, Braiden Amata, Jack Tousley and Kat Margetts, with Assistant Professor Brian Crookston as their faculty advisor, won the Association of State Dam Safety Officials dam model competition.

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The USU section of the Society of Women Engineers hosted a brand new event, Extravaganza Jr!, on January 25, 2020 from 8 a.m. – 12p.m. This event is aimed at elementary school children, grades two through five, who attend school in Cache Valley.
SWE Extravaganza Jr Inspiring a New Generation of Engineers | College of Engineering

SWE Extravaganza Jr Inspiring a New Generation of Engineers

The USU section of the Society of Women Engineers hosted a brand new event, Extravaganza Jr!, on January 25, 2020 from 8 a.m. – 12p.m. This event is aimed at elementary school children, grades two through five, who attend school in Cache Valley.

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An international conference on electric roads and vehicles returns to Park City in February. The Conference on Electric Roads & Vehicles connects leaders worldwide in transportation infrastructure, electric utilities and auto manufacturing.
Conference on Roads and Electric Vehicle Returns to Park City | College of Engineering

Conference on Roads and Electric Vehicle Returns to Park City

An international conference on electric roads and vehicles returns to Park City in February. The Conference on Electric Roads & Vehicles connects leaders worldwide in transportation infrastructure, electric utilities and auto manufacturing.

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A study conducted by USU civil engineering researcher Patrick Singleton and PhD student Prasanna Humagain was recently featured in an article on the Forbes magazine website.
USU Professor and Student Featured in Forbes Article | College of Engineering

USU Professor and Student Featured in Forbes Article

A study conducted by USU civil engineering researcher Patrick Singleton and PhD student Prasanna Humagain was recently featured in an article on the Forbes magazine website.

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Utah State University undergraduate student Morgan Bishop and PhD student Lori Caldwell were selected as finalists for the Women in Engineering Local Collegiate Competition to be held in Salt Lake City, Feb. 7-8.
Engineering Students to Represent USU at Women in Engineering Conference | College of Engineering

Engineering Students to Represent USU at Women in Engineering Conference

Utah State University undergraduate student Morgan Bishop and PhD student Lori Caldwell were selected as finalists for the Women in Engineering Local Collegiate Competition to be held in Salt Lake City, Feb. 7-8.

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College of Engineering alumnus Colter Hollingshead didn’t expect his thesis to turn too many heads. Civil engineers, after all, are known for publishing technical studies with unfamiliar terms and lots of math.
Research Goes Viral: USU Alum’s Thesis Has 100,000 Downloads | College of Engineering

Research Goes Viral: USU Alum’s Thesis Has 100,000 Downloads

College of Engineering alumnus Colter Hollingshead didn’t expect his thesis to turn too many heads. Civil engineers, after all, are known for publishing technical studies with unfamiliar terms and lots of math.

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Aerospace Engineering student Grace Graham was recently published on the front cover of satellite industry magazine VIA Satellite, with her article titled “Mother Nature Will Not be Denied: Hurricanes and the Future of Space Flight,” in the 12/2019 issue.
USU Student Published in Leading Satellite Magazine | College of Engineering

USU Student Published in Leading Satellite Magazine

Aerospace Engineering student Grace Graham was recently published on the front cover of satellite industry magazine VIA Satellite, with her article titled “Mother Nature Will Not be Denied: Hurricanes and the Future of Space Flight,” in the 12/2019 issue....

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Cedric Mannie grew up in a small rural Native American community called Kinlichee on the Navajo Reservation. The closest grocery store was an hour away, and the only access he had to the internet was at his school.
Native American Engineering Student Featured in “Winds of Change” | College of Engineering

Native American Engineering Student Featured in “Winds of Change”

Cedric Mannie grew up in a small rural Native American community called Kinlichee on the Navajo Reservation. The closest grocery store was an hour away, and the only access he had to the internet was at his school.

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Utah State University undergraduate student Morgan Bishop was selected as an undergraduate finalist for the Women in Engineering Local Collegiate Competition to be held in Salt Lake City, Feb. 7-8.
Biological Engineering Undergrad to Represent USU at Women in Engineering Conference | College of Engineering

Biological Engineering Undergrad to Represent USU at Women in Engineering Conference

Utah State University undergraduate student Morgan Bishop was selected as an undergraduate finalist for the Women in Engineering Local Collegiate Competition to be held in Salt Lake City, Feb. 7-8.

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Utah State University PhD student Lori Caldwell was selected as a graduate student finalist for the Women in Engineering Local Collegiate Competition to be held in Salt Lake City, Feb. 7-8.
Engineering Education PhD Student to Represent USU at Women in Engineering Conference | College of Engineering

Engineering Education PhD Student to Represent USU at Women in Engineering Conference

Utah State University PhD student Lori Caldwell was selected as a graduate student finalist for the Women in Engineering Local Collegiate Competition to be held in Salt Lake City, Feb. 7-8.

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Veteran electrical engineer and USU Professor Rose Hu is among the newly-elected fellows of the IEEE. It is the world's largest association of technical professionals with more than 423,000 members in over 160 countries.
USU Engineering Professor Named IEEE Fellow | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Professor Named IEEE Fellow

Veteran electrical engineer and USU Professor Rose Hu is among the newly-elected fellows of the IEEE. It is the world's largest association of technical professionals with more than 423,000 members in over 160 countries.

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A pair of Utah State University alumni helped develop a new technology that will forever change aviation safety.
USU Alumni Develop Industry-Changing Aviation Technology | College of Engineering

USU Alumni Develop Industry-Changing Aviation Technology

A pair of Utah State University alumni helped develop a new technology that will forever change aviation safety.

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USU’s ECE Department recently finalized a six-month renovation of its office headquarters. The new facility in the Engineering Labs Building features a beautiful new glass storefront, reception area and renovated conference room.
ECE Department Wraps Up Major Renovation | College of Engineering

ECE Department Wraps Up Major Renovation

USU’s ECE Department recently finalized a six-month renovation of its office headquarters. The new facility in the Engineering Labs Building features a beautiful new glass storefront, reception area and renovated conference room.

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The Intermountain Biological Engineering Conference at USU on Nov. 9 was a tremendous success. About 150 people were in attendance.
Intermountain Biological Engineering Conference a Success | College of Engineering

Intermountain Biological Engineering Conference a Success

The Intermountain Biological Engineering Conference at USU on Nov. 9 was a tremendous success. About 150 people were in attendance.

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USU’s College of Engineering welcomes new academic advising center staff assistant Madeline Walker. She will play an important role in managing the day-to-day operations of one of USU’s most active student advising programs.
College of Engineering Welcomes Advising Center Assistant | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Welcomes Advising Center Assistant

USU’s College of Engineering welcomes new academic advising center staff assistant Madeline Walker. She will play an important role in managing the day-to-day operations of one of USU’s most active student advising programs.

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USU’s College of Engineering welcomes new computer technician Ross Palmer. Palmer brings five years of IT experience to the college. He will provide IT support for USU’s Department of Engineering Education and the dean’s office.
College of Engineering Welcomes New Computer Technician | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Welcomes New Computer Technician

USU’s College of Engineering welcomes new computer technician Ross Palmer. Palmer brings five years of IT experience to the college. He will provide IT support for USU’s Department of Engineering Education and the dean’s office.

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USU’s College of Engineering welcomes new academic advisor Valerie Daines. She will provide advising services to mechanical engineering students with last names A through J.
College of Engineering Welcomes New Academic Advisor | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Welcomes New Academic Advisor

USU’s College of Engineering welcomes new academic advisor Valerie Daines. She will provide advising services to mechanical engineering students with last names A through J.

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Utah State University’s Department of Biological Engineering will host a regional conference featuring academic, industry, and government research in biological engineering on Saturday, Nov. 9.
USU to Host Intermountain Biological Engineering Conference | College of Engineering

USU to Host Intermountain Biological Engineering Conference

Utah State University’s Department of Biological Engineering will host a regional conference featuring academic, industry, and government research in biological engineering on Saturday, Nov. 9.

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The College of Engineering continues its effort to improve all aspects of the student experience. On November 1, crews wrapped up a major renovation of the advising center located on the 3rd floor of the Anderson Engineering Building.
USU Engineering Advising Center Gets Major Update | College of Engineering

USU Engineering Advising Center Gets Major Update

The College of Engineering continues its effort to improve all aspects of the student experience. On November 1, crews wrapped up a major renovation of the advising center located on the 3rd floor of the Anderson Engineering Building.

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Secrets are not welcome in Idalis Villanueva’s engineering classroom. She doesn’t believe in withholding information or making assumptions about what students may or may not know.
Redefining Power in the Engineering Classroom | College of Engineering

Redefining Power in the Engineering Classroom

Secrets are not welcome in Idalis Villanueva’s engineering classroom. She doesn’t believe in withholding information or making assumptions about what students may or may not know.

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According to a 2014 household survey, Utahns are expressing rapidly growing interest in protecting water resources for outdoor recreation and environmental benefits.
Developing Solutions for Utah’s Rising Water Management Crisis | College of Engineering

Developing Solutions for Utah’s Rising Water Management Crisis

According to a 2014 household survey, Utahns are expressing rapidly growing interest in protecting water resources for outdoor recreation and environmental benefits.

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USU Assistant Professor Ryan Berke is one of 40 researchers nationwide to receive the prestigious Air Force Young Investigator Research Program award.
USU Professor to Receive Coveted U.S. Air Force Research Grant | College of Engineering

USU Professor to Receive Coveted U.S. Air Force Research Grant

USU Assistant Professor Ryan Berke is one of 40 researchers nationwide to receive the prestigious Air Force Young Investigator Research Program award.

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At Brigham City-based HyPerComp Engineering, USU alumnus Jake Walker can be found wrapping composite vessels in endless strands of black carbon fiber.
Poise Under Astronomical Pressure | College of Engineering

Poise Under Astronomical Pressure

At Brigham City-based HyPerComp Engineering, USU alumnus Jake Walker can be found wrapping composite vessels in endless strands of black carbon fiber.

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Mechanical and aerospace engineering alumna Amy Jo Moore is making strides at every turn in her career.
A Running Start | College of Engineering

A Running Start

Mechanical and aerospace engineering alumna Amy Jo Moore is making strides at every turn in her career.

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USU’s College of Engineering welcomes new academic advisor Sierra Browning. She will provide advising services to mechanical engineering students with last names K through Z.
College of Engineering Welcomes New Academic Advisor | College of Engineering

College of Engineering Welcomes New Academic Advisor

USU’s College of Engineering welcomes new academic advisor Sierra Browning. She will provide advising services to mechanical engineering students with last names K through Z.

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The people who work and study at the Utah Water Research Lab will remember outgoing director Mac McKee in many different ways.
A Global Influencer | College of Engineering

A Global Influencer

The people who work and study at the Utah Water Research Lab will remember outgoing director Mac McKee in many different ways.

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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.
“I was an Aggie and Dang Proud of It” | College of Engineering

“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.

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Early in her academic experience, Grace Graham learned the secret to success. The young aerospace engineering and economics double major from St. George, Utah, jumped into university life eager to get involved and meet new people.
A Next-Generation Aerospace Pioneer | College of Engineering