The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

The student media organization of California State University Northridge

Daily Sundial

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Google guest speaker introduces new cloud platform to CSUN students

Jacob Pascua April 3, 2018

Josh Gwyther, the west coast’s Head of Customer Engineering for Google Cloud, spoke to students about their developing database platform.   Gwyther has worked for Google over two years, approaching...

still from the interview with three csun engineering students at their senior design project showcase

Engineering students present their work at Senior Design Project Showcase

Em Pierce April 16, 2017

CSUN’s engineering department held their eighth annual Senior Design Project Showcase in the University Student Union on Friday. The goal of the showcase was for seniors in the various degrees of...

Engineering students network, look for internships and jobs at “Techfest”

Marissa Nall February 26, 2015

More than 30 companies came to campus to recruit students and distribute information at the TechFest event held by the College of Engineering and Computer Science and SUNlink Wednesday. The event packed...

Watch: Techfest Tuesday

Watch: Techfest Tuesday

Julius Lasin February 26, 2015

On Wednesday Feb. 25, CSUN held Techfest, an event where STEM majors were able to communicate with potential employers and professionals in their job field. Sarah Le Long, the event coordinator at Techfest,...

Erin Kubo, 19, freshman mechnical engineering major is one of the drivers of the robots in VEX Skyrise competitions for the Matabots. Photo credit: Trevor Stamp

The Matabots put cutting-edge designs to the test during VEX Robotics Competition

Jamie Perez November 24, 2014

  After putting in hours of hard work each week, the Matabots team competed in their first event which showcased their engineering skills through their intricate robot designs. On Nov. 21 the...

Study reveals that majors, not institutions will pay off more for college students

Study reveals that majors, not institutions will pay off more for college students

Shira Moskowitz September 18, 2013

New graduates who hold bachelor’s degrees in the same major make the same amount of money regardless of the institution they attended, a recent study found. The study, published by College Measures,...

STEM event pushes for more science and engineering class in K-12 schools

Jason Gallaher April 29, 2013

The college of engineering and computer sciences and the Michael D. Eisner college of education came together Monday night to host “Enhancing the T-E in STEM – Technology and Engineering.” The event,...

Students and faculty work to launch shoebox-sized satellite

Taylor Villescas April 15, 2013

Students and faculty are gathering to work on elevating CSUN’s engineering status about 200 miles up with the development of their new satellite. The group of engineering students, supervised by faculty...

Bill could allow students to graduate from UC or CSUs in three years, spend less

Shaleeka Powell April 1, 2013

Two proposed assembly bills could allow students with interests in science, technology, math and engineering attend either a California State University or a University of California for a lower cost. Assemblyman...

Some majors may soon face unit caps

Melody Cherchian October 17, 2012

The California State University board of trustees will be voting in November on whether to cap the units required to complete a bachelor’s degree across all educational departments. Currently, CSUN...

Melissa Martinez, senior civil engineering major, Ana Avelar, senior engineering major, and Eliud Munguia, senior computer science major, hold up their Powered Footwear prototype which won second place at the Society of Hispanic Engineers conference in Anaheim in October. Photo Credit: Tessie Navarro / Visual Editor

CSUN students place first and second at engineering conference

Madison Kaufmann November 7, 2011

CSUN students won first and second place for their mechanical prototypes with the theme of ‘Living Green’ at the Society of Hispanic Engineers conference in Anaheim, Oct. 26-30. Mechanical engineer...

CSUN to host job fair on Feb. 17

Sigourney B. Nuñez February 15, 2011

Private, governmental and large companies alike will gather at the Spring Tech Fest at Northridge Center on Feb. 17 to provide information, workshops and possible job opportunities to students in the engineering,...

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