Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering

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CSU hosts largest aerospace symposium in AIAA Rocky Mountain History
CSU AIAA Student Chapter Participates in International Aircraft Competition
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Soham Ghosh receives NSF CAREER award
CSU/Adams State mechanical engineering program wraps up first year
Colorado State University engineering celebrates women in aerospace
Scott Foundation funds interdisciplinary research aimed at improving rotator cuff healing
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About Mechanical Engineering
at Colorado State University

The Department of Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University is where students from all backgrounds come to roll up their sleeves, find their passion, and create new knowledge that solves global challenges. 

As a part of Colorado State University’s land grant mission and our innate nature as mechanical engineers, we employ our skills and understanding of health, energy, aerospace, and materials and manufacturing to make the world a better place for generations to come.

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Global Impact

Engineering students create prosthetics for fellow CSU student

Several biomedical and mechanical engineering students worked with Jian Cohen, a sophomore in the College of Business, to design devices to improve his quality of life – one to help him eat with prosthetic arms, and one to help him learn to drive. 

Read more on Source news.

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Cutting-Edge Research

New technology could speed up healing process for rotator cuff injuries

Kirk McGilvray, associate director of the Orthopaedic Bioengineering Research Laboratory, is leading a research group set out to improve the healing process of rotator cuff injuries with the help of a 3-D printed implant and a Scott High-Impact Research grant. 

Read more on Source news. 

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Out-Of-This-World Faculty

Two mechanical engineering faculty win NSF Early Career awards

Dr. Soham Ghosh and Dr. Mostafa Yourdkhani were awarded National Science Foundation Faculty Early Career Development awards for their dedication to engineering research and education. 

The five-year CAREER award is one of NSF’s most prestigious honors, recognizing “early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organization.”

Read more on about Dr. Ghosh’s and Dr. Yourdkhani’s research. 

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Research Dreams a Reality

CSU AIAA Student Chapter Participates in International Aircraft Competition

Colorado State University’s American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics (AIAA) student chapter represented the university for the first time at the 2023 Design Build Fly competition. The chapter placed the highest of all Colorado universities in attendance. 

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Mechanical Engineering at Colorado State University is about using our knowledge of health, energy, and materials and manufacturing to solve society’s global engineering challenges.

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