College of Engineering News

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NDSU’s ninth annual “Battle of the Cents-es” will benefit a North Dakota teenager fighting cancer. The fundraising competition, which pits student ambassadors from the College of Engineering against...

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A team of NDSU engineering students won first place overall and first place in design report at the 2019 GeoWall regional competition held at the University of Manitoba on March 9.

The NDSU GeoWall...

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The NDSU College of Engineering has launched a special project in honor of Women’s History Month. Its new Alumnae Spotlight webpage features interviews with more than a dozen distinguished female...

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Roger Green is the department’s undergraduate coordinator and is highly regarded by students. His friendly, helpful demeanor and his expertise in digital signal processing and time series analysis...

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More than 250 eighth-grade girls from nine area schools visited NDSU and area engineering companies Feb. 22 as part of Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day, an event to foster an interest in science,...

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A $100,000 charitable gift is helping NDSU engineering students create new innovations in the field of robotics, while gaining important hands-on experience outside the classroom.

NDSU alumnus...

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The Bison Robotics VEX U team has earned a spot at the Robotics World Championship in Louisville, Kentucky, April 24-May 1. The squad advanced by recently winning the Excellence Award and the...

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NDSU’s Gamma Tau Chapter of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers-Eta Kappa Nu has been named an Outstanding Chapter Award winner by the organization’s board of governors.

The award...

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Patrick Simpson, a mechanical engineering graduate student working in professor Chad Ulven’s Center for Sustainable Materials Science (CSMS) group at NDSU, used the holiday break to teach two North...

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His students describe Chad Ulven as an inspiring and challenging teacher who mixes hands-on learning with thoughtful classroom discussions. In addition to his instruction excellence, he is a highly...

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Om Yadav, professor of industrial and manufacturing engineering, has been appointed to a newly-established fellowship in the NDSU College of Engineering. Yadav was named the inaugural holder of the...

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Ying Huang, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, has been appointed to a newly-established fellowship in the NDSU College of Engineering.

Huang joined the faculty at NDSU in...

|   College of Agriculture, Food Systems and Natural Resources

The use of new and emerging technology is transforming the agriculture industry, and NDSU is now offering a new program so students can stay at the front edge of the curve.

Precision agriculture is...

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A new national survey finds the NDSU College of Engineering is one of the best schools in the country for women in engineering. Woman Engineer magazine ranked NDSU a “Top 50 University Fostering...

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NDSU alumnus Spencer Duin will receive an honorary doctorate at NDSU’s winter commencement scheduled for Friday, Dec. 14, at 2 p.m. in the Sanford Health Athletic Complex.

Duin is a recognized...

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Chad Ulven, professor of mechanical engineering, spoke at the Third International Conference on Composites, Biocomposites and Nanocomposites, known as ICCBN, in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, Nov....

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One of the benefits of research is filling in gaps in knowledge. Two NDSU engineering researchers, Chad Ulven, researcher and professor in mechanical engineering, and his graduate advisee, MD...

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Bio-based materials are important to many industries, and one common usage can be found in food packaging. Recent efforts involving NDSU researchers have resulted in food packaging being developed...

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Virginia Regorrah has a growth mindset. She loves working as a resident engineer with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers in Fargo. She’s been on the job for 18 years and continues pushing herself to...

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The NDSU College of Engineering is set to host an innovator in engineering education Roger V. Gonzalez during its Distinguished Lecture Series.

Gonzalez is scheduled to present “Engineering...

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