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11th annual ‘Projects Day’ showcases student innovation

Fresno State engineering and construction management students as well as Sanger High School students gathered at the Satellite Student Union on Tuesday to show off more than 100 projects at the 11th annual Projects Day. The annual event highlighted the ...

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100 engineering projects to take center stage, including Victor E stage

Victor E. Bulldog III’s stage, along with 100 other engineering and construction management projects, will be on display Tuesday afternoon at the Satellite Student Union. The 11th annual “Projects Day” will showcase the work of civil, computer, electrical, geomatic and ...

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Engineer pitches high speed rail project to Fresno State students

Fresno State students got the chance to learn more about the construction of the California High-Speed Rail. Heidi Lanza, transportation engineer for the California High-Speed Rail, visited Fresno State on Tuesday to give a talk on how the high-speed rail ...

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Prototype First, Business Second

  I’m a graduate student in mechanical and aeronautical engineering getting ready to enter the industry for the first time. I’ve spent multiple years experimenting with unconventional ideas around airplane fuselage design but really haven’t been able to get much ...

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You can build a stage for Victor E.

Victor E. Bulldog III will be getting his very own student-made stage – a first for a live mascot at Fresno State. Since his debut at the university, Victor E. has made more than 600 appearances, said Matt Schulz, director ...

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Yearlong projects come to life

The 10th annual Projects Day celebrated more than 100 Lyles College of Engineering student projects on Tuesday in the Satellite Student Union. The free, public showcase exhibited year-long projects related to manufacturing and energy solutions, solar, wastewater treatment, security, irrigation ...

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Engineering students to showcase projects

Fresno State’s Lyles College of Engineering will host its 10th annual Projects Day on Tuesday from 2 to 6 p.m. at the Satellite Student Union. The event will showcase projects done by engineering students in different topics including: manufacturing and ...

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Children explore engineering on campus

More than 70 elementary and middle school students from the Valley spent their Saturday learning, building and discovering what engineers do in the first ever Explore Engineering Saturday Academy, hosted by the Lyles College of Engineering. Students in third through ...

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Unmanned aircrafts: a future for the agriculture industry

Leaders in the field of agricultural held an event in the Henry Madden Library on Friday night discussing the roles of hexacopters and drones in the agriculture industry and the public perception about unmanned aircrafts. Dr. Gregory Kriehn, a professor ...

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Drones fly into business world

Delivery drones are on their way; however, some experts are skeptical about their practicality.

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Alumnus reflects on hall of fame space career

Chris Rosander has gone where no other Fresno State alumnus has gone before: the International Space Hall of Fame.

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Club looks to increase number of female engineers

A study done by the Congressional Joint Economic Committee in April 2012 said men and women do not share the job market equally in engineering.

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A look at majors: profitable vs. popular

Certain majors considered popular in college are not always the most profitable, but Fresno State advisers recommend students focus on fit rather than dollars.

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Dust Tunnel machine a key to pollution research

Professors and students at Fresno State are creating a dust tunnel device to research whether mist can reduce harmful particles in the air. 

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ZSpace: A new dimension in education

Fresno State’s geomatics engineering program is moving into the future with a 3-D technology called zSpace. 

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Fresno State students work with NASA

In July, a team of eight Fresno State students went to the NASA to conduct an experiment in its Grant Us Space Reduced Gravity Education Flight Program. The students departed to Houston, Texas, on July 5, where they trained for their weightless experiment.

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MESA students visit national lab

Four Fresno State engineering students were invited to visit the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory as representatives of the Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement (MESA) program in November.

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Behind the structure of civil engineering

Smittcamp honor student, Nate Miller, talks about his experience so far within Fresno State's engineering department.

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