Energy-Environment

Researchers work to understand harmful algal blooms in Minnesota lakes

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Researchers at the College of Science and Engineering’s St. Anthony Falls Laboratory (SAFL) recently placed a customized data collection buoy in a Minnesota lake to examine lake dymanics and weather patterns that may trigger harmful blue-green algae blooms.

Students

Ben Gelhaus: Solving problems in Tanzania and beyond

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Chemical engineering senior Benjamin Gelhaus experienced Tanzania during a College of Science and Engineering Global Technical Seminar.

General

Minnesota Skies in July

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Does the plane of our solar system line up with the plane of the Milky Way? Go stargazing in July and see for yourself!

Research

Spatial computing: Understanding the peculiar dimensionality of the real world through computing

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University of Minnesota Computer Science and Engineering Professor Shashi Shekhar discusses how computers have come to understand the peculiar dimensionality of our real world, in this video about spatial computing.

Students

CSE Career Outcomes

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The future continues to look bright for University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering students.

Energy-Environment, Research

Finding ways to make your water taste better

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CSE Professor Ray Hozalski and his team are pilot testing several treatment options to keep your water safe and tasty.

Giving

3M helps to cultivate diversity in the College of Science and Engineering

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Generous support from 3M enables CSE to provide scholarships for students from underrepresented groups.

Giving

College of Science and Engineering dean honored with named endowment

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New named scholarship which honors College of Science and Engineering Dean Steven L. Crouch and his wife, Karen, will be used to provide scholarships for College of Science and Engineering students.

Students

Holly McKissick: What’s in your backpack?

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Holly McKissick, a senior majoring in biomed­ical engineering and president of the U’s chapter of the Society of Women Engi­neers (SWE), is paying it forward by igniting the spark for science and engineering in the next generation.

Students

Adura Lasode: From Nigeria to Minnesota engineer

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After growing up in Nigeria with limited resources, Adura Lasode overcame obstacles to come to Minnesota and obtain a mechanical engineering degree. She will serve as the 2016 CSE Commencement Ceremony student speaker.