Five systems engineering students present at 2020 Graduate Student Showcase

The annual Graduate Student Showcase moved to a virtual format this year. This showcase is a chance for graduate students to present their research, entrepreneurship, and creativity. In addition to the presentations, students are automatically entered into a contest for multiple scholarships, ranging in value and totaling $16,800. This year five Ph.D. systems engineering students…Read more

Systems engineering receives INCOSE academic equivalency

Many of the students in the systems engineering department at Colorado State University are working professionals, who pursue an advanced degree to further both their academic knowledge and careers. Now, by taking the department’s introductory course, students can easily achieve both goals because of a recent recognition from the International Council of Systems Engineering (INCOSE).…Read more

Student Feature: James Wheaton

James Wheaton is a third year on-campus Ph.D. student and graduate teaching assistant in the systems engineering department. Originally from Kentucky, he received his bachelor’s in mechanical engineering from Purdue University in 2011. Wheaton is advised by Wade Troxell, associate professor in mechanical engineering. What is the focus of your research? My self-elected research focus…Read more

Student Feature: Kenly Maldonado

Kenly Maldonaldo is a Ph.D. student in systems engineering and a research and development systems engineer at Sandia National Laboratories (SNL) in the high confidence systems environmental group. Maldonaldo received his B.S. in information and communication technologies from New Mexico State University and his M.S. in information management from Arizona State University. What is the…Read more