Kimberly Colgan and Jinbin Chen
Corporate Partners, People-Profiles, Students

Recent grads excel as CSE Mentor Program reaches highest number of industry mentors in nine years

Posted February 14, 2023

The CSE Mentor Program may be old hat, but increasing participation from younger CSE graduates proves that it’s changing the student—and the mentor—experience for the better.

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Corporate Partners, People-Profiles

Former Emerson VP Jane Lansing named chair of CSE Dean’s Advisory Board

Posted January 10, 2023

The University of Minnesota Twin Cities College of Science and Engineering (CSE) announced today that Dean Andrew Alleyne has appointed alumna Jane Lansing (CivE ‘76) as the first woman to serve as chair of the CSE Dean’s Advisory Board.

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Corporate Partners, Events, Infrastructure/Transportation

TLI, Thermo King launch state’s first graduate credential in electrification engineering

Posted December 20, 2022

The program, housed at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities' Technological Leadership Institute, will provide students a comprehensive look at electrification trends, state-of-the-art technologies, and the environmental benefits of electric infrastructure.

New Dean's Advisory Board members
Corporate Partners

CSE Dean’s Advisory Board welcomes three new members

Posted November 18, 2022

The University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering Dean’s Advisory Board is happy to welcome three new members, who will bring expertise from various industries including academia, research consulting, and manufacturing.

Target reps with students at Career Fair
Corporate Partners

University announces three-year collaboration with Target on cyber security education

Posted October 8, 2019

Target will donate $250,000 to help develop the next-generation, high-tech workforce in the Twin Cities.

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Corporate Partners

Seagate reaches students in labs, courses, and research projects

Posted September 25, 2019

Since 2018, Seagate Technology has donated more than 200 pieces of equipment to the College of Science and Engineering student research and education.

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Corporate Partners

A win for business owners, students, and Minnesota

Posted February 27, 2019

State-funded SciTechsperience helps small to mid-sized Minnesota companies hire top STEM talent and connects CSE students to rewarding internships.

A group photo with Ben Liu.
Corporate Partners

One company, two chairs

Posted August 29, 2018

TSI Incorporated endows second chair to honor alum and support faculty research

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Corporate Partners

U of M licenses technology to monitor crop nitrogen status to ag-tech firm Sentera

Posted February 27, 2018

Sentera, a Minneapolis-based supplier of technology solutions to the agriculture industry, has signed an agreement to bring University of Minnesota-developed corn nitrogen deficiency technology to the market.

Girls in a chemistry lab
Awards-Grants, Corporate Partners

3M invests $26 million in the next generation of science and business talent

Posted December 5, 2017

3M and the University of Minnesota announced a major investment by 3M to benefit the next generation of scientists, engineers, and business leaders. The College of Science and Engineering will receive $3.6 million between 2017-2023 for scholarships, K-12 outreach and student programs support,