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Tiny House Send-Off

If you’ve been anywhere near the northwest part of campus, you’ve probably noticed some construction in the gated area between the Industrial Tech and Engineering West buildings. Since March of this year, a couple of students from the Fresno State ...

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Engineering students gets real-life experience at NASA

The Lyles College of Engineering continued its Summer Engineering Camp program in June and sent over 40 high school students to the NASA Ames Research Center in Mountain View, California. Hernan Maldonado, director of student services at the college, said ...

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Students and faculty demonstrate the latest technology

Students and faculty from the Lyles College of Engineering demonstrated on Wednesday the latest technology in mechanical and geomatics engineering. There were three different engineering machines on display for people to view and interact with. Students crowded in front of ...

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Students compete to make a zero-net-energy home

Students showed off their tiny house frame at a launch party held at Fresno State on Monday. Fresno State’s Lyles College of Engineering students hosted a launch party for their Tiny House Project on Monday. The construction management department has ...

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Renowned engineer inspires students

Dr. Robert Marquez, an engineer best known for his innovations in air pollution and water quality for disadvantaged communities, spoke Thursday at the Satellite Student Union.

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ASI: New senator approved, funding for multimedia cameras

Associated Students, Inc. confirmed Jimmy Fields as the senator for the Lyles College of Engineering Wednesday afternoon upon recommendation from the personnel committee and ASI President Moses Menchaca. Fields, a fifth year mechanical engineering major at Fresno State, has participated ...

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Drone Resolution passed by ASI

It was a routine senate meeting for Associated Students Inc. (ASI), with the president, vice presidents—executive, external affairs and finance—overseeing the proceedings. Yet, something was astir. More than 15 students sat in the audience, filling half the seats in Student ...

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Centennial Homecoming attracts alumni

Rather than simply focusing on the big game, this year’s Homecoming is a celebration of Fresno State’s 100th year —a recognition of its past, present, and future. Check out how the university’s alumni plan on getting in on all the ...

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Colleges struggle to make ends meet

Due to the state’s continuing financial crisis, Fresno State is considering further measures to balance its budget, such as program and department cuts.

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Slumping distance courses

Students who are enrolled in distance learning programs through Fresno State may soon have to find other means of receiving their education.

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University introduces sign design

This summer, the engineering building will break away from the norm and create its own signage that will be different from every other building on campus.

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Donation adds new name

Many students will benefit from a large gift to the university renaming the College of Engineering to the Lyles College of Engineering.

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