First engineering undergrads start at SSU
(North Bay Business Journal - published on August 29, 2005)
After years of effort, an undergraduate engineering program at Sonoma State University has become a reality as its first 23 students embark this semester on a four-year program at the School of Engineering.
Agilent donates equipment to SSU
(Press Democrat - published on February 1, 2005)
Agilent Technologies has donated $150,000 worth of test and measurement equipment to Sonoma State University's new engineering department.
SSU owes Engineering Department to die-hard dean
(Press Democrat - published on June 21, 2004)
When he was told 20 years ago that an engineering department would never work at Sonoma State University, Rahimi, a young physics professor just starting his career, took it upon himself to develop laboratories, write curriculum and apply for grants that would help him teach engineering classes anyway.
SSU degree in engineering a good step
(Press Democrat - published on June 6, 2004)
Sonoma County now has another piece of what some executives refer to as a self-sustaining economic ecosystem.
That piece is an undergraduate program in computer engineering
SSU to add computer degree
(Press Democrat - published on June 2, 2004)
A new undergraduate degree in computer engineering, long sought by the North Bay technology industry, has been approved for Sonoma State University.
The World of Terabits/sec
(The Physics Major - published on May, 2004)
"Photonics and optical communications are changing the world of telecommunications and the way people interact" says Reza Khosravani...
BSES Program gets a green light to go
(March 17, 2004)