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Antelope Valley Engineering Program (AVEP) graduate Marcea Ascencio credits cohort-based classes and an opportunity to complete a capstone project at NASA Armstrong Flight Research Facility with preparing her for her full-time job as a Guidance, Navigation, and Identification test engineer at Edwards Air Force Base (AFB). Read more
Danielle Chanes, Nicole Cadreau and Daniella Bosze shared their experiences with CSULB College of Engineering students during the Office of Professional Development & Internship Department’s first workshop on gender diversity. After their presentations, they fielded questions on work-life balance, negotiating a fair salary, gaining acceptance and respect in a mostly-male team, and dealing with sexist comments.
By Margo McCall Career opportunities for chemical engineers are seemingly limitless, ranging from teaching and research to work in the food, cosmetics, energy, biomedical, pharmaceutical, nanotechnology, or semiconductor industries. 
Sign up for the CSULB College of Engineering's first-ever Women in Engineering Workshop at https://bit.ly/wie-workshop. The free virtual event , sponsored by 100+ Women Strong and Southern California Edison, will be held from 12-1:30 p.m. Friday, March 19 and feature Shell VP Sydney Kimball and Coaching Circles with successful women from the engineering field. Find out more at https://www.csulb.edu/college-of-engineering/women-engineering-workshop.
CSULB aerospace engineering senior Andy Huynh had never presented a conference paper before, and didn’t know what to expect. But what he really didn’t expect was receiving the conference’s Best Student Paper Award.
College of Engineering professors Dr. Kip Haggerty and Dr. Jim Ary knew that keeping engineering students on track would require creative solutions during the pandemic. Read more