COE Selected as Northrop Grumman Core University Partner
The College of Engineering has been selected to be one of Northrop Grumman Corporation’s Core University Partners. Northrop Grumman’s Core University Partners are selected for their ability to play a key role in generating the knowledge, innovation and talent required to maintain and increase the corporation’s global competitiveness.
The College of Engineering has a longstanding relationship with Northrop Grumman’s Southern California divisions, and has long provided them with engineers who go on to play vital roles in the company’s development of some of the nation’s most advanced systems. This relationship between Northrop Grumman and the College of Engineering has recently grown to include joint research endeavors—which is an honor generally reserved for prominent research-oriented institutions—and now the company’s corporate group is recognizing the COE as a Core University Partner.
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- The College of Engineering is ranked #1 in the nation for awarding bachelor's degrees to Native Americans (Diverse Issues in Higher Education, November 2012)
- The College of Engineering is ranked #22 in the nation for women in tenure-track positions and #17 in the nation for awarding bachelor's degrees to Hispanic students (ASEE Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges 2012)
- College of Engineering Student Sabrina Rivera was one of three finalists selected to serve as the ASCE's "New Faces of Civil Engineering" representative due to her academic and extracurricular achievements and promise as a future leader in the civil engineering profession.
- Lifelong Learning for Engineers and Scientists in the Information Age, co-written by CSULB's Engineering Librarian Hema Ramachandran, was selected for the Best Publication Award 2013 by the Engineering Libraries Division of the American Society for Engineering Education.
- CSULB is ranked #21 in the nation for advancing women in the STEM fields (The Online College Database 2013).