CSUSM NewsCenter (Engineering)

2018
October
15,
2018
Dr. Yongjie Zheng is a computer science and software engineering expert. Now he’s on the ground floor of Cal State San Marcos’ new software engineering program, a program that will offer its first courses next fall and will graduate its first class o...
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February
08,
2018
San Marcos, CA – Cal State San Marcos President Karen Haynes announced Thursday that Carlsbad-based global communications company Viasat, together with several employees, has invested $1.5 million to become the founding partner of the University’s en...
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February
08,
2018
Cal State San Marcos’ burgeoning engineering program took another major step forward on Thursday. President Karen Haynes announced during her annual Report to the Community address that Carlsbad-based global communications company Viasat, together...
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2017
February
21,
2017
STEM In Your Backyard: Vista Village returns with the third annual installment on Sunday, March 5. The biannual family-friendly event is hosted by Cal State San Marcos’ College of Science and Mathematics in partnership with Wavelength Brewery and ...
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February
20,
2017
There is something for everyone at the annual Super STEM Saturday event on March 11 at Cal State San Marcos. Held in partnership by The Classical Academies and CSUSM, Super STEM Saturday draws more than 8,000 science enthusiasts each year. The pop...
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February
08,
2017
San Marcos, CA – Build and launch a rocket, play Frisbee with a robot, or become a DNA detective. These are just a few of the nearly 100 hands-on, interactive activities and demonstrations that will engage thousands of attendees on Saturday, March 11...
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January
30,
2017
The need for more engineers in San Diego County is palpable. An analysis by the Educational Advisory Board showed that local employment postings for software engineering-related positions jumped more than 72 percent between July 2013 and June 2015...
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January
30,
2017
An engineering feasibility study conducted on behalf of Cal State San Marcos in 2015 confirmed what the University has believed – it’s a much-needed program in the region. While there are other engineering programs in Southern California, the stud...
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January
30,
2017
Three Cal State San Marcos faculty members from the College of Science and Mathematics are principal investigators on a $6 million grant awarded in September to provide foundational funding for the University's engineering program. Here's a closer...
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January
30,
2017
Cal State San Marcos may still be in the process of starting its engineering program, but its students have long been showing how their physics and computer science learning translates at the University’s annual Robot Expo. The latest installment ...
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January
24,
2017
Jesus Perez was on his way to an early-morning summer school math class last June when he received an email from the U.S. Department of Energy. Jesus, an applied physics major at Cal State San Marcos, knew the email’s content would detail whether ...
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2016
September
29,
2016
Cal State San Marcos has been looking forward to starting an engineering program. The University is one step closer to achieving that goal thanks to a recently awarded grant. The U.S. Department of Education awarded CSUSM a nearly $6 million gr...
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2015
February
26,
2015
Over 100 interactive demonstrations and hands-on science activities including rocket launches, build-a-robot stations, a magic show, animal encounters and scientist chats will engage thousands of attendees on Saturday, March 14 at the annual science ...
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2013
November
05,
2013
A career in science was just about the last thing on Rhianna Rodea's mind when she graduated from high school. It wasn't until she took an introductory chemistry class during her sophomore year at CSUSM that she discovered her true passion and began ...
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