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Welcome Back to the Beach!
Welcome to the Fall Semester at CSULB. For the first time in more than a year, we'll be back in classrooms and research labs doing the work we love. We have much to celebrate: faculty conducting cutting-edge research, alumni marking milestones, and student groups enjoying competition success. As your new dean, I want to focus on student success, foster diversity and inclusion, and expand industry partnerships. We have exciting things in store, including a feasibility study for a new engineering building and a new strategic plan. I hope to get to meet more of you in the months to come. In the meantime, view my Vision here or follow me on Twitter @DeanRheeCSULB.


Dr. Jinny Rhee
Dean, CSULB College of Engineering
A Passion for Computer Animation
A few years after graduating from CSULB, Bill Ballew saw a chance to pursue his interests in animation and computer science at a startup named DreamWorks. Twenty-five years later, he's now CTO.
Researchers Tackle IoT Security
A team of COE researchers has developed a new technique for making wearable and Internet of Things devices more secure with a two-year $300,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.
COE Student Team Top in the State
CSULB's team in the NASA Lunabotics Competition had challenges assembling their rover during a pandemic, but being able to test it on the beach helped them place first in the state.
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Reminder: Upload Vaccination Certificate
Stay Safe and Healthy
You can now upload your vaccination certificate on the single-sign-on page. You must be fully vaccinated and complete the health pre-screening to visit campus. Masks are required. Vaccinations and testing are offered outside the bookstore and at the Student Health Center. on most days of the week. For more information, visit the CSULB COVID-19 webpage