Two new scholarships at the College of Engineering & Computer Science seek to support scholars traditionally underrepresented in engineering and technology. Scholarships like these are key to achieving the college’s mission of increasing diversity in STEM and creating an inclusive learning environment.
What if you could more accurately predict and track the spread of California’s devastating wildfires – and prevent them from growing out of control? A group of mechanical engineering students are using smart drone technology to develop a system that could do just that.
At the College of Engineering & Computer Science, we look for innovative projects that will help the college drive meaningful change and make Titan-sized transformations. Thankfully, our faculty are full of such ideas.
Nicholas and Lee Begovich raced into the record books this year with a gift of historic proportions.
Learn about the importance of culturally inclusive practices for advancing student success in STEM, and see how research at Cal State Fullerton integrates academic intervention and sociocultural strategies to close the achievement gap for underrepresented populations.
Creating a classroom that promotes student engagement and discussing his research projects that address real-world challenges are strategies that Hakob Avetisyan, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, employs to prepare students for the professional world.
Delivering interactive classes rather than lectures and walking students through processes instead of giving them solutions are essential components of Jaya Dofe’s teaching methodology. She joined ECS as an assistant professor of computer engineering in fall 2019.
Environmental engineers are integral to protecting people’s health – from the air they breathe to the water they drink. Sudarshan Kurwadkar, professor of civil and environmental engineering, encourages his students to take pride in the fact that their research makes human endeavors possible.
As wildfires continue to cause destruction across California, a team of Cal State Fullerton engineering and computer science students is exploring a solution to fight the devastating infernos.