The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) has announced the election of Sue James, vice provost for Faculty Affairs and professor, to its College of Fellows.
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Steven “Doc” Schaeffer retires after 29 years at CSU. His legacy includes growing the Engineering Manufacturing Education Center threefold and cementing experiential learning into the mechanical engineering curriculum.
Lockheed Martin donates 3D metal printer to CSU’s Department of Mechanical Engineering for advancements in research, education, and outreach.
Caroline Van Tiggelen creates STEM 4 Kids, an inclusive after school program for girls designed to inspire the next generation of engineers and scientists.
We all know CAM the Ram – CSU’s mascot who is cared for by a group of student volunteers called the Ram Handlers. This year, 5 of the 17 handlers are students in the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering. Meet ours: Katie, Walter and Logan!
CSU’s Department of Mechanical Engineering launches aerospace engineering program with four academic programs and substantial research portfolio.
Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering Jianguo Zhao awarded third NSF grant to study robots. The latest: generating force in soft robots.
For ten weeks this summer, 17 undergraduate students learned about graduate school at CSU while working alongside Mechanical Engineering Principal Investigators on research problems that matter for society in sustainability, bioengineering, and energy.
CSU researchers have developed a new polymerization technique to simultaneously cure and vascularize high-performance materials in a matter of minutes instead of days.
Scientists in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at CSU are working with NASA to understand how to travel greater distances more safely and sustainably into deep space.