College of Engineering News

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The popular STEM Kids Camp offered by the NDSU College of Engineering is returning to campus this summer.

The fun, hands-on learning camps are for students in grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12 and are…

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Ali Amiri, assistant professor of practice in the mechanical engineering department, has been selected for NDSU’s prestigious Odney Excellence in Teaching Award.

He will be recognized by President…

|   Research

Mohammed Mohammed, an NDSU junior majoring in civil and environmental engineering, is set to give a presentation during the upcoming 2021 Posters on the Hill event, sponsored by the Council on…

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Ravi Kiran Yellavajjala, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering in the NDSU College of Engineering, has received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award, considered the…

|   Inspiring Teachers

Inspiring Teacher
Ali Amiri teaches a variety of courses, ranging from Engineering Mechanics to Product Design and Development to Fundamentals of Visual Communication for Engineers. He also coordinates the senior…

|   Alumni


NDSU alumnus Nick Borman will be honored by the College of Engineering.

NDSU alumnus Nick Borman will receive the College of Engineering’s Distinguished Alumni Award during a virtual ceremony on…

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Ibukunoluwa Ajayi-Banji, a doctoral student in the NDSU Department of Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering, has received the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers John C. Nye…

|   Students

NDSU students collected $7,346.57 during the 10th annual “Battle of the Cents-es” event for an NDSU graduate battling a rare and aggressive form of cancer. The fundraising competition, which pits…

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Two NDSU undergraduate students excelled during the Sustainable Nanotechnology Organization's NanoPitch Contest, held March 24.

Civil engineering seniors Wesley Kaeter from Ostego, Minnesota, and…

|   Campus Resources


Study abroad encourages transformative learning opportunities that foster academic development, personal growth and intercultural competence that are indispensable elements of a quality education in…

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The 10th Battle of the Cents-es fundraiser will benefit Jordyn Meskan, an NDSU graduate battling a rare and aggressive form of cancer.

The annual NDSU competition between Student Ambassadors…

|   Faculty

NDSU transportation researchers Ying Huang, Raj Bridgelall and Pan Lu were recently selected as editors of a special issue of the journal Smart Cities. The journal’s theme is “Advances in Connected…

|   Awards

A team of NDSU graduate students has won the American Society of Agriculture and Biological Engineers’ One-Minute Video Competition. The video introduces “The New Faces of ASABE,” giving an…

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Two NDSU researchers have received funding from the Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (EPSCoR) RII Track-4 Fellows program. Di Wu, assistant professor in electrical and computer…

|   College of Engineering

During the 2020 virtual winter commencement celebration, North Dakota State University will award a posthumous bachelor’s degree to Pierce Kvien, a mechanical engineering major, who died Aug. 15.

Kvi…

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Michael Kessler, dean of the NDSU College of Engineering, has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors. Kessler was among 175 inventors from across the country who were honored.

Elect…

|   Students

NDSU graduating senior Darby Beyer describes her collegiate career as an important time of personal growth. It is a reflective message she will share with her classmates.

Beyer is the class…

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Michael Kessler, dean of the NDSU College of Engineering, has been named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Election as a fellow is an honor bestowed upon association…

|   College of Engineering

NDSU Disability Services, the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Eta Kappa Nu Honor Society and the NDSU Fabrication Lab are partnering to make the holiday season more accessible for…

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Beena Ajmera, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, has been selected as the inaugural recipient of the Oldrich Hungr Award from the International Consortium on Landslides,…

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