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  • Metalcasting Industry Awards National Scholarships to GS Grad Students
    Last November 18-20, 2021, six students from MechE and MfgE, along with Dr. Jingjing Qing, assistant professor of Manufacturing Engineering, and Dr. Mingzhi Xu, assistant professor of Mechanical Engineering, attended the Foundry Educational Foundation (FEF) College Industry Conference in Chicago.  At the conference, 116 student delegates from 30 FEF certified […]
  • Mechanical Engineering Graduate Finds Key to Success — Teamwork
    Richard Smith III, a graduating mechanical engineering major, grew up with an appreciation for competition. His father encouraged him to participate in sports throughout his childhood and that continued into his high school career.  As he considered where he would spend his college years, he entertained numerous athletic scholarship offers […]
  • Dr. Marcel Maghiar Earns Master Thermographer Certification
    Dr. Marcel Maghiar, associate professor of Civil Engineering and Construction, earned Level III Master Thermographer certification, the highest level of certification of infrared (IR) imaging/analysis in industry and academia. This level is for all professionals seeking certification in the most advanced thermographic inspection and application techniques, proper camera selection, development […]
  • PCEC 2021-22 Faculty Research Seed Grant Awards Announced
    The Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing is proud to announce the winners of the 2021-22 Faculty Research Seed Grants (FRSG). The purpose of the FRSG is to stimulate research for tenured or tenure-track faculty within the College by supporting activities that will lead to submission of external […]
  • GS engineering student competes on Netflix baking show
    By Kyle JordanPublished: Oct. 5, 2021 at 12:12 PM EDT|Updated: 1 hours ago RICHMOND HILL, Ga. (WTOC) – A Georgia Southern student is showing off her talents on a new Netflix show. Hannah Walden is a mechanical engineering student and is taking her skills from the workshop to the kitchen. She’s competing on […]
  • 2021-22 Undergraduate Research Awards Announced
    The Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing College Research Committee is pleased to announce the recipients of the Undergraduate Research Awards for 2021-22. Recipients — students being mentored by faculty within the College — receive up to $2,000 primarily for supplies, but also some travel to help them […]

Last updated: 7/1/2021