Students

NASA-funded satellite project launches young scientists’ careers

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Students learn the ropes of space science by building satellites from the ground up.

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CSE students share insights from their internship with Land O’Lakes

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As Land O’Lakes’ Global Food Challenge Emerging Leaders, mechanical engineering majors Rachel Anderson and Audrey Sebastian traveled to Africa where they learned how to take a global approach to solving world hunger.

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CSE by the numbers: Going global

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This infographic gives a few numbers that tell you more about our college’s international student and alumni population.

Medical-Health Technology

3D technology helps separate conjoined twins

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3D virtual reality technology developed by engineers at the University of Minnesota Earl E. Bakken Medical Devices Center helped doctors to perform the first successful separation of conjoined twins joined at the heart.

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CSE students tackle global food security during Land O’Lakes fellowship

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CSE students Rachel Anderson and Audrey Sebastian are two of only 11 university students from the Midwest who were chosen to be part of the Land O’Lakes Global Food Challenge Emerging Leaders for Food Security fellowship.

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International graduate student recognized as top teaching assistant

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Graduate student Taha Namazi was awarded the 2017 John Bowers Excellence in Teaching Assistance Award.

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CSE by the numbers: Career outcomes

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The future continues to look bright for University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering graduates in the Class of 2017.

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Students help NASA build eclipse tracker for livestream from space

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With help from University of Minnesota students, NASA is offering a unique and safe way to watch the solar eclipse on a livestream from near space.

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Scholarships encourage transfer student to solve renewable energy problems

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With help from scholarships and various experiences at the U of M, Mbathio Diagne is on the road to getting her bachelor’s degree and solving the world’s grand challenge of renewable energy.

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UMN Chapter of the Society of Women Engineers recognized for excellence

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The University of Minnesota chapter of the Society of Women Engineers received two major awards at the SWE’s Region Conference this spring.