College of Engineering News

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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...

|   Awards

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...

|   Events

 

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...

|   Students

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...

|   Students

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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Ken Hellevang, interim chair of NDSU’s agricultural and biosystems engineering department, has received the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers 2019 Sukup Global Food Security...

|   Students

A team of five NDSU students placed fourth in the Intelligent Ground Vehicle Competition’s Autonav Challenge, held June 7-10 at Oakland University in Rochester, Michigan.

The NDSU Autonomous Bison...

|   Research

NDSU has been awarded a National Science Foundation grant to become a university site of the Center for Bioplastics and Biocomposites, known as CB2. The center is part of NSF’s Industry–University...

|   College of Engineering

NDSU has been approved to join the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Lab program, giving students an innovative hands-on learning opportunity.

Yao Yu,...

|   College of Engineering

NDSU’s new Graduate Certificate program in computer science education launched this summer with a course titled Introduction to Computer Science Education.

The three-credit course is aimed at high...

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A four-person team from NDSU has taken second place in the National Cyber Cup student cybersecurity competition. The competition, held as part of the National Cyber Summit in Huntsville, Alabama,...

|   Research

Water is a critical issue for North Dakota. Farmers want precipitation and snowpack information; people living along rivers want data on snowmelt and flood potential; and everyone is affected when a...

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A group of NDSU engineering students placed second overall and won several other honors at the 2019 NASA Robotic Mining Competition held in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, May 6-10.

Among the awards the team...

|   Faculty

A new scholarship benefiting NDSU College of Engineering students has been established in honor of Don Andersen, a longtime professor of civil engineering.

The Dr. Donald Andersen Scholarship...

|   Students

Eight May 2019 graduates share their future plans and what they will remember about their NDSU experience.

 

Jamie Behymer

Major: Management communication

Hometown: Scottsdale, Arizona

My...

|   Students

A total of 1,486 graduating students are planning to participate in NDSU spring commencement ceremonies scheduled for Saturday, May 11, at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., in the Fargodome. Approximately 2,100...

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