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Wrapping Up Fall Semester
I’m always amazed when the end of the semester is upon us – time flies when you are having fun, they say! I’ve been busy engaging external relationships for the college, including our established advisory council, new potential corporate partnerships, and our donors at events like the Winter Festival Concert. I am grateful for the dedicated work of our faculty and students featured in this issue. And after nearly two years of pandemic-induced virtual classes, the College of Engineering is pleased to announce a planned return to in-person learning for Spring Semester 2022. I wish each and every one of you all the best for the holiday season, and I look forward to seeing you on campus in the spring!

Happy Holidays!

Dr. Jinny Rhee
Dean, CSULB College of Engineering

Pictured above: Dean Rhee; Boeing senior manager Kim Armstrong, and retired Boeing project engineer Dorothy Benveniste, conference chair for the Beach Women in Engineering Conference.

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A Return to In-person Learning
for the Spring 2022 Semester
Nearly two years after the pandemic forced instruction to be offered virtually, students, faculty, and staff will be returning to campus in large numbers. While many graduate classes will be offered online, all undergraduate classes will be held in person during the Spring 2022 semester. 
BME Chair Lends AI Expertise to Research on Covid Comorbidities
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 that Biomedical Engineering Chair Shadnaz Asgari participated in, the picture may be more complex than that. 
Infrastructure Bill Expected to Spur CE and CM Graduate Hiring Frenzy
Job prospects for Civil Engineering and Construction Management graduates are expected to be even brighter as a result of the $1.2 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, which will fund road, rail, port, bridge, and other projects.
CECS Department Team Places 3rd in Cybersecurity Competition
A Computer Engineering and Computer Science team placed third in the 2021 Cyber Security Awareness Week (CSAW) Logic Locking Conquest. Computer engineering major Jordan Maynard and Raheel Afsharmazayejani, a CARS-Lab researcher, worked under the supervision of CECS Assistant Professor Amin Rezaei.
CECEM Faculty Member Will Study Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Yu-Fu Ko, an Associate Professor in the Civil Engineering and Construction Engineering Management Department, won a 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.
BME Faculty Member's Research Strives to Map the Human Heart
Biomedical Engineering Assistant Professor Ga-Young Kelly Suh's research, profiled in the most recent issue of Quest Magazine, uses computer-created models to study medical devices' effects on the human heart.
Student Resources
Faculty Resources
Staff Resources
  • Accessibility Training: Stipends are still available for COE state employees who complete the Document Accessibility Training offered through the CSU Chancellor's Office
Important Dates
Winter Session: Monday, Jan. 3 to Wednesday, Jan. 19
Martin Luther King's Birthday: Monday, Jan. 17
Spring Semester: Thursday, Jan. 20 to Friday, May 20
Cesar Chavez Day: Thursday, March 31
Spring Recess: Monday, March 28 to Friday, April 1