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The CSULB College of Engineering's mission is to develop innovators who design and implement practical solutions to meet the societal challenges of today and tomorrow. The articles below highlight the accomplishments of students and faculty and new developments within COE. Have a news item to share? Email Connect with COE on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube for more news.

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California freeway through urban area
Already bright, job prospects for CSULB Civil Engineering and Construction Management graduates are even more promising now that the $1.2 trillion federal Infrastructure Bill has passed. Students are receiving multiple offers, often well before they graduate.    “We’re in a hiring fever,” said CSULB Civil Engineering Professor Shadi Saadeh. “Companies in the public and private sector are hiring a lot of graduates.”
COVID-19 Conceptualization
When it comes to Covid-19, conventional wisdom has been that risk factors such as age, obesity, heart issues, and diabetes contribute to worse outcomes. However, according to a new study published in Frontiers in Medicine, the picture may be more complex than that. 
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Yu-Fu Ko, an associate professor in the Civil Engineering and Construction Engineering Management Department, has won a faculty research award to examine equity and diversity issues in the Civil Engineering program. Ko’s project was one of 10 selected for CSULB’s inaugural Faculty Research Awards to Promote Racial Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion (FRA-EDI).
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Dr. Amin RezaeiTeam advisor Raheel AfsharmazayejaniCARS-Lab researcher
Students in Smart Classroom
The CSULB Computer Engineering & Computer Science Department (CECS) has been awarded a $500,000 grant from the Center for Inclusive Computing (CIC) at Northeastern University to recruit and retain more female students. The CIC awards grants to universities across the United States to improve the experience for women in undergraduate computing programs. CIC is funded by Pivotal Ventures, an investment and incubation company created by Melinda French Gates.
Keysight Oscilloscope
Keysight Technologies is donating new test and RF equipment to the CSULB College of Engineering, along with software that will enable remote operation, as part of the company’s ongoing support of engineering education.