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Zsuzsa Balogh, Ph.D., is a professor and program coordinator in the Department of Civil Engineering Technology at Metropolitan State University of Denver.
Balogh has been teaching at MSU Denver since 2000 and has been involved in many committees on campus. She was instrumental in developing a new CET minor in architecture. Balogh is one of 42 emerging academic leaders nationwide selected as a 2017-18 American Council on Education Fellow and a co-principal on a National Science Foundation grant, called Emerging Engineers (E²) Pathways, awarded in 2016 to MSU Denver.
She received her doctorate from Colorado State University, and masters and bachelor’s from Technical University of Budapest. Balogh, originally from Hungary, moved to U.S. when she was working on her doctorate at CSU.
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