College of Engineering News

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A team of students from the NDSU Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering won the 2019 Environmental Challenge. The competition was held at the Minneapolis Convention Center Nov. 7 as part...

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A team of NDSU students won their site in the International Collegiate Programming Competition of the Association for Computer Machinery hosted by the NDSU Department of Computer Science on Nov. 9.

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NDSU officials are scheduled to announce the first recipient of the Vettel Family Fellowship for the College of Engineering on Thursday, Nov. 14, at 4:15 p.m. in the Harry D. McGovern Alumni Center’s...

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NDSU computer science junior Jack Hance took 42nd place out of more than 5,000 students nationwide in the Fall 2019 National Cyber League competition. In addition to his overall top 50 place, Hance...

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A group of NDSU construction management students took home the title at the 2019 Upper Midwest Intercollegiate Construction Management Quiz Bowl, held at the University of Minnesota Oct. 25.

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NDSU students Jack Hance, Pann Ajjimaporn, Brett Knecht, Taylor Schmidt, Devin Gluesing and Isaac Burton traveled to Tennessee Tech University in Cookeville, Tennessee, to compete in the Collegiate...

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NDSU will offer a minor in robotics, starting in fall 2020. The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education Academic and Student Affairs Committee approved the proposal during its Oct. 15 meeting.

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The NDSU College of Engineering is set to host Paul Dlugosch, BS ’89, electrical engineering, and president and CEO of Natural Intelligence Semiconductor, for its Distinguished Lecture Series.

Dlugos...

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A cybersecurity researcher from the U.S. National Security Agency recently visited campus to present on Integrated adaptive cyber defense to NDSU students, faculty and staff. Others from the...

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NDSU Department of Computer Science faculty members are part of a group that received the Roaming Bison Award from North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum. They are members of the ND K-20W Initiative Team,...

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The Society of Women Engineers at NDSU is set to host the annual “Mommy, Me, & SWE” event, scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 28, from 9 a.m. to noon in the E. Glenn Hill Building. The event is offered for...

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Two staff members have been honored for their contributions to the success of the NDSU College of Engineering.

Tiffany Neuharth was named the Outstanding Staff Award recipient for the...

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The NDSU College of Engineering has honored three faculty members for their outstanding work in the classroom.

Long Jiang, associate professor of mechanical engineering, was named the 2019 recipient...

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Chad Ulven, associate chair and professor of mechanical engineering, has been named the 2019 NDSU College of Engineering Researcher of the Year.

Ulven has been involved in the research of polymer...

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The NDSU College of Engineering held its second annual Scholarship and Awards Reception Sept. 6 in the NDSU Memorial Union Great Plains room. The event was a celebration of student scholarship...

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The NDSU College of Engineering is scheduled to host the third annual NDSU-UND Biomedical Engineering Symposium Monday, Sept. 30, at the Memorial Union.

The event is designed to highlight the...

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When students consider where to get experience to launch a career researching the frontiers of cybersecurity, North Dakota should come to mind.

For the second summer in a row, students from across...

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For the second year in a row, a group of NDSU students attended the DefCon cybersecurity conference in Las Vegas. The experience provides an opportunity for students to learn about all types of...

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More than 300 kids spent hours learning about science, technology, engineering and math, known as STEM, as part of the 2019 STEM Kids Camp sponsored by the NDSU College of Engineering.

The camp...

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High school students from North Dakota and Minnesota came to the NDSU to learn about cybersecurity June 24-28. The students participated in activities and short courses related to programming, how...

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