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Dean's Message
Engineering students learn a lot of theory. But here at the Beach, students also put that theory into practice. After two years of virtual collaboration, students this semester were finally back to working together in-person, producing practical and innovative solutions for senior design projects. It's also heartening to see industry partners back too, lending expertise to judge dozens of projects. We rely on our partners, as well as alumni such as Marwan Fawaz and Tim Mahoney (profiled below) to keep producing graduates highly coveted by industry. It's been a busy semester, and we're proud of producing a successful women in engineering conference, an awards banquet, and an outreach event for middle-school students. But we're not quite done celebrating yet. On Monday, May 16, the College will mark the graduation of more than 1,000 students at Angel's Stadium.


Dr. Jinny Rhee
Dean, CSULB College of Engineering

View my Vision here or follow me on Twitter @DeanRheeCSULB.
Senior Design Expos
Biomedical Engineering
The Biomedical Engineering Department celebrated the graduation of more than 40 students with a design expo and awards ceremony. Since being established in 2017 with 80 undergraduate students, the department has more than quadrupled in size. In addition, it has reached gender parity. 
Computer Engineering &
 Computer Science
Eighteen teams participated in the 2022 CSULB Computer Engineering and Computer Science Senior Expo, using a variety of technologies--including blockchain, facial recognition, artificial intelligence, and mobile apps--to solve a host of societal and technical problems.
Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering
The Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department celebrated its first in-person design expo in two years, with projects that aimed to find new ways to pick up trash, recycle plastics, remind drivers of children left in backseats, and dolly heavy objects up flights of stairs.
Alumni News
Computers Are In the Blood for CECS Alumni Timothy Mahoney
Tim Mahoney '13 didn't want to follow in the footsteps of his father, former COE Dean Mike Mahoney. But Tim, now a senior software engineer on Apple's iCloud team, couldn't resist the lure of computers for long.
EE Degrees Laid Foundation for Marwan Fawaz's Career, Marriage
Marwan Fawaz's CSULB electrical engineering degrees not only laid the foundation for a 25-year cable industry career, but a 35-year marriage. Now a technology advisor for Google, Fawaz '85 '87 is interested in giving back.
COE News
Faculty, Students, Staff Celebrated
at Inaugural COE Awards Banquet
Full-time faculty were recognized for their research and committee work, staff and lecturers for their service, and students for their accomplishments at the college's Awards Banquet at The Pointe.
Girls Get Taste of Engineering at
Society of Women Engineers Event
Middle-school girls tried their hands at creating rovers from pasta, making tap water, flying an airplane virtually and other engineering activities at the Society of Women Engineers chapter's Engineering Girls @ the Beach Day
BEACH Women in Engineering
Conference Spurs Engagement
Nearly 150 students and 75 industry speakers attended the April 9 BEACH Women in Engineering Conference in the CSULB University Student Union, an inaugural event hosted by COE Dean Jinny Rhee and the 100+ Women Strong philanthropic group.
Student News
Faculty News
Staff News
  • Employee of the Month: Congratulations go to Glen Seymour, COE's Facilities and Equipment Coordinator, for being named CSULB Employee of the Month in April.
  • Staff Service Awards: Service awards will be held virtually on Friday, June 10 at 10 a.m.
  • Faculty & Staff Assistance Program: Also known as FSAP, the program is a free, confidential resource to help resolve personal, family, or work-related problems.
Important Dates
COE Commencement: Monday, May 16, 9 a.m.
Last Day of Spring Semester: Friday, May 20
Memorial Day (Campus Closed): Monday, May 30
Summer Session 1:Monday, May 23 to Friday, July 1
Summer Session 2:Tuesday, July 5 to Friday, Aug. 12