Students on the NDSU Formula Electric Team are using skills learned in the classroom to design and build an open-wheeled Indy-style race car that will compete against schools from around the world.
Ali Amiri, assistant professor of practice in the Department of Mechanical Engineering, is known for his passion for his subject and his dedication to students.
Nick Borman, who graduated with a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering in 1984, will receive the College of Engineering’s Distinguished Alumni Award during a virtual ceremony.
The NDSU College of Engineering is proud to have received a Bronze Award from the American Society for Engineering Education Diversity Recognition Program. The honor means the NDSU College of Engineering is among the nation’s leaders in inclusive excellence.
“Knowing that we are far better together, we’ve made diversity and inclusivity core values of the College of Engineering,” said Michael Kessler, dean of engineering. “While this award is a recognition of some of our recent progress, more importantly, it’s a reminder of the work we still have to do.”
Learn more about our efforts to support diversity, equity and inclusion.
As part of a special project for Women's History Month, we highlighted some of our distinguished female graduates.
By putting a spotlight on these female engineering role models we hope to encourage more young girls and women to pursue engineering degrees.