Students

CSE Career Outcomes

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The future continues to look bright for University of Minnesota 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.

Students

John O’Leary: Developing technology to reshape the world

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John O’Leary, a 2016 computer science graduate, says he’d like to create technology and social programs that empower future generations to reshape their world

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Yes, this is an April Fools!

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Sorry, no one has found the solution to stop aging. However, CSE faculty, students, and alumni are doing amazing work that is no joke.

 

Earth Sciences, Research

Earth science researchers develop free mobile app for geoscience outreach

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Funded by the National Science Foundation, researchers in the University of Minnesota’s Department of Earth Sciences have developed a new offline moble app, called Flyover Country, for geoscience outreach and data discovery.

Medical-Health Technology

University of Minnesota chemist develops real-world tool for diagnosing infections

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Chemistry associate professor Valerie Pierre is developing a cheap, easy-to-use diagnostic tool that could provide a faster way to diagnose bacterial infections.

Students

Tackling global food security

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Two CSE students are among only 10 students nationwide selected for a year-long internship as part of the Land O’Lakes, Inc. Global Food Challenge. They will explore sustainable ways to feed the world’s growing population.

Giving

Mentee becomes mentor

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CSE alumna Jenna Shaw (MatSci ’14)  gives back to the college by giving her time through the CSE Mentor Program.

Students

Harrison Frisk: Grad student works to build better electronics

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Graduate student Harrison Frisk works to understand the relationships of graphene with other materials that could mean faster, smaller, and more efficient electronics.