Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering Receives NSF Grant

To solve 21st century technological challenges, society will rely upon today's undergraduate engineering and computer science programs and their ability to prepare diverse communities of students with professional skills.

The National Science Foundation (NSF) Directorates for Engineering, Computer and Information Science and Engineering, and Education and Human Resources have jointly awarded $12 million to engineering and computer science departments to enact groundbreaking, scalable and sustainable changes in undergraduate education.

Chell Roberts and co-investigators Michelle Camacho, Ming Huang, Susan Lord and Rick Olson will engage the University of San Diego Shiley-Marcos School of Engineering (including departments of electrical, industrial and systems, and mechanical engineering) in the project "Developing Changemaking Engineers." (Full Story)