A CSUF team of civil engineers took the top prize in the 2019 GeoWall Competition, sponsored by the American Society of Civil Engineers’ Geo-Congress. The win marked CSUF’s fourth national title. The invitation-only competition challenged students to design and build a model wall made only of kraft paper.
The first three projects for the College of Engineering & Computer Science’s Titans of Transformation: Big Ideas initiative are underway, delivering enhanced research and service-learning opportunities for our students. Led by faculty champions committed to a deeper engagement with our communities, these project teams have high aspirations to address fundamental societal challenges that affect the health, stability, and quality of life of people in our communities through transformative collaboration and innovation.
If you’ve visited Disneyland Resort, you’ve likely experienced the magic and excitement of its shows and attractions, all carefully crafted originally by “Imagineers.” But have you ever thought about the design and engineering that goes on behind the scenes to sustain these great experiences? Over the last 15 years, many College of Engineering & Computer Science students have had the opportunity to play a part in Disneyland Resort’s technical process, gaining valuable experience while bringing fresh ideas and solutions to the resort.