Students

CSE by the Numbers: Freshmen (Fall 2016)

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This year’s University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering incoming class is biggest and most academically prepared class in the college’s history.

Students

Student benefits from charitable IRA rollover

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Emily Hindal, a senior studying Industrial and Systems Engineering, is the recipient of the Wendy and Chani Sra Scholarship, who created their scholarship from a charitable IRA rollover.

Students

An emerging leader

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The Land O’Lakes Global Food Challenge—Emerging Leaders for Food Security program taps 10 or more exceptional college students each year for a yearlong fellowship. Elizabeth Alonzi, a junior studying bioproducts and biosystems engineering, was among the 2015-16 cohort.

People-Profiles

Coaching the next generation

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CSE alumnus and Boston Scientific recruiter Kent Howe (EE ’88, M.S. ’91) is helping to prepare the next generation of scientists and engineers for their careers.

Corporate Partners

University partnership with Dow results in major discovery to improve oral medications

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A five-year partnership between the University of Minnesota and The Dow Chemical Company has resulted in a discovery that could allow life-saving oral medications to work faster and more efficiently.

Students

The three faces of CSE student Robert John Rudin III

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Robert Rudin is an engineering student, environmental researcher and marching band drum major.

Students

Innovation and collaboration in the land of 10,000 Makes

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The 10,000 Makes Makeathon, held at the University of Minnesota, enabled students from multiple colleges to come up with innovative solutions to grand challenges.

Students

New virtual service delivers high-end computing to your laptop

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CSE is implementing a service called Virtual Online Linux Environment, or VOLE. This exciting, high-end technology allows students to access all the power and software of a CSE Linux computer using their laptop.

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Student receives enriched college experience with the help of scholarship

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Have you ever watched the University of Minnesota Marching Band and wondered who the man running around and directing the players really is behind that ornate uniform? His name is Robert Rudin, and he is a proud College of Science and Engineering student.

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Scholarship allows student to follows his dreams and make a difference

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How is it possible to achieve the perfect balance of work, homework, and extracurricular involvement? It’s not simple or easy, but Anant Naik, biomedical engineering major, does it all.