College of Engineering News

|   Awards

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,...

|   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...

|   Awards

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...

|   College of Engineering

Ignite or fuel your child's passion for science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) classes by registering them in a summer STEM Kids Camp at NDSU.

The hands-on learning camps are for students...

|   Research

Wenjie Xia, assistant professor of civil and environmental engineering, was among a multi-institutional team of researchers that recently had a paper published in Science Advances, one of the leading...

|   Students

A team of NDSU engineering students earned praise for their innovative design at the 19th annual SAE International Clean Snowmobile Challenge, held March 4-9 at Michigan Tech University.

The...

|   Events

The NDSU College of Engineering is set to host Namas Chandra, Distinguished Professor of Biomedical Engineering and director of the Center for Injury Bio-mechanics, Materials and Medicine at the New...

|   Students

The NDSU Steel Bridge Team will get a chance to add to an already record title total when the squad competes in the AISC Student Steel Bridge Competition National Finals May 31-June 1 at Southern...

|   Students

NDSU students collected a record total of $8,119.17 for a North Dakota teen fighting cancer during the ninth annual “Battle of the Cents-es” event. The fundraising competition, which pits student...

|   College of Health Professions

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...

|   College of Engineering

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...

|   College of Engineering

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...

|   College of Engineering

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...

|   College of Engineering

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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