Engineering Source talked with a few Electrical and Computer Engineering students about opportunity to showcase their hard work in person at E-Days on Friday, April 22.
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Engineering Source talked with a few students on the SnifTek team, one of the venture-funded senior design projects, about the opportunity to showcase their hard work in person at E-Days on Friday, April 22.
The Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering boasts alumni as well as faculty and staff who were athletes in college.
Todd Bandhauer, now a mechanical engineering professor, knows the pressures of being an engineering student-athlete, and is now giving back by helping students facing those pressures.
Nearly 500 graduating engineering students will compete in the annual E-Days competition on April 22 at the LSC.
Six hundred people registered for the first fully in-person Engineering Exploration Day in more than two years. High school juniors and seniors, transfer students and families learned about life as a college student at CSU, including coursework, research opportunities, residence hall life and student clubs.
High school and transfer students can meet with college student design teams, participate in laboratory demonstrations, and learn about life on campus at CSU’s Engineering Exploration Day February 19.
“Any mask might be like a seatbelt,” John Volckens said. “But an N95 is a car with front airbags, side impact airbags, early warning detection, sensors for proximities.” (Coloradoan)
“Anthony developed a cult following among the students for his concern for their careers and well-being. We will miss Anthony greatly, but he absolutely deserves to be leading an organization and I’m really excited for Anthony in his new role,” said Bryan Willson, executive director of the CSU Energy Institute.
Brad Reisfeld, Chemical and Biological Engineering professor, is spending the year as a visiting senior scientist at the World Health Organization’s International Agency for Research on Cancer in Lyon, France.