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Mechanical engineering professor Kevin Wood, along with master’s students Jack Lucas and Tyler Lestak, created prototypes of ventilators built with materials that can be purchased on Amazon.

SDSU professor designs ventilator prototype that could help coronavirus patients

by Katelynn Robinson, Staff Writer // May 4, 2020

As the fight against COVID-19 leaves hospitals and intensive care units in desperate need of medical supplies, one San Diego State professor has worked...

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Aztec Racing is looking to improve this year after placing 28th out of 76 teams at the annual Formula Society of Automotive Engineers in June.

Aztec Racing aims for improvement at Formula SAE competition

by Olivia Li, Staff Writer // September 18, 2019

San Diego State’s Aztec Racing team is looking to improve this year after placing 28th out of 76 teams at the annual Formula Society of Automotive Engineers...

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President Adela de la Torre addresses audience at Morteza Mehrabadis naming event on Friday, Jan. 25 in the engineering building quad.

Engineering Fab Lab takes name of late dean

by Gian Matteo Sacchetti, Staff Writer // January 30, 2019

On Friday, Jan. 25, multiple San Diego State students, deans and professors gathered in the day quad of the Engineering and Interdisciplinary building...

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End of high school admissions program concerns prospective engineering students

by Daniel Guerrero, Contributor // September 19, 2018

High school students who are interested in pursuing engineering at San Diego State may be in for a surprise. SDSU College of Engineering's preferred...

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Students flex engineering muscle with Engineers Without Borders

Students flex engineering muscle with Engineers Without Borders

by Lainie Fraser, Staff Writer // March 1, 2016

San Diego State’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders, a nonprofit organization, works to create sustainable solutions for struggling communities internationally,...

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Letter: Study abroad programs should be optional, not mandatory

January 27, 2016

I am an American student, originally from Iraq. I was born and raised in Baghdad, Iraq until my family and I escaped to Syria, hoping that this would...

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Student takes initiative with Amazon internship

Student takes initiative with Amazon internship

by Joe Gilmore, Staff Writer // December 3, 2015

San Diego State’s own Kirtishree Dwivedi recently proved her skills in the business field by landing an internship with Amazon. Dwivedi worked as...

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Aztec student club doesnt cut corners

Aztec student club doesn’t cut corners

by Nicole Sazegar, Contributor // September 30, 2015

Mechanical engineering senior Mario Gutierrez was born into the life of racing cars. This passion ultimately led him to become the chief engineer and founder...

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SDSUs Smart Health Institute develops wearable health sensors

SDSU’s Smart Health Institute develops wearable health sensors

by Adriana Millar, Staff Writer // September 28, 2015

The Smart Health Institute at San Diego State is working on new, bio-medical technology. The institute’s research mainly focuses on wearable, portable...

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$90 million project to build upon engineering research, education

$90 million project to build upon engineering research, education

by Emely Navarro, Staff Writer // March 26, 2015

San Diego State will construct an Engineering and Interdisciplinary Science Building on the current site of the Engineering Laboratory and Industrial Technologies...

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SDSU wins competition with Kearney Mesa High School renovation project

SDSU wins competition with Kearney Mesa High School renovation project

by Quinn Owen, Senior Staff Writer // October 2, 2014

The San Diego State chapter of the National Electrical Contractors Association recently took the top honor at a national engineering and design competition...

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