Involvement with national organization helped first-generation student succeed in biomedical engineering.
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First-generation student has earned his Ph.D. in biomedical engineering, credit for a patent, and a love of research.
Zsuzsa Balogh, professor and program coordinator in engineering at MSU Denver, will spend the fall semester at CSU as an American Council on Education fellow.
A five-year, $1.9 million NSF grant will support integral components of engineering education at CSU.
Learning fluid mechanics in Rome, or leading nature tours in Alaska, engineering students were all over the world this summer.
James Cale will teach the program’s new course, Coupled Electromechanical Systems, starting this fall.
They were part of a program aimed at introducing underrepresented populations to science and engineering.
Despite the difficulty of the engineering program, Martinez continues to experience success, most recently receiving the Jackson Distinguished First Generation Scholarship.
The aim is a comprehensive data set for understanding how wildfire smoke changes chemically with time.