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“The material covered in LSSU's engineering program provided me a solid foundation for graduate studies. The systematic approach and communication skills needed to tackle engineering projects were taught and then practiced over and over again. In particular I appreciate the many hours spent by the faculty to develop oral presentation skills in each student. As a graduate student now, these skills have proven to be highly beneficial and, to my surprise, obviously not taught to the same extent at many other universities.”

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Michigan Works! hits the shopMI Works! Graduates

The School of Engineering & Technology hosted a Machine Shop training session in collaboration with Michigan Works! in addition to a new phase 2 session. Students began with reviews of math and general classroom success with the Learning Center. Class then moved to CAS for lessons in shop safety, layout techniques including measuring and print reading, instruction in arc and MIG welding, and cutting with oxy-acetylene and plasma. Manual machining was taught on the lathe and mill, followed by computer numerical control machining on a CNC lathe and CNC mill. Pictured from left to right are: Instructor Mark Rodriguez, Patrick Huizar, Steve Miller, Frank Doyle, Debra Schell, and Todd Carrick. Not pictured: Brad Houghton and Sarah Searcy. Other participants included Brandon Beck, Darrell LeBlanc, Richard Fobar, and instructor Jon Coullard. Photo courtesy of Michigan Works!

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  • 2016 Summer Robotics Camps dates announced: Women in Technology camps will be held as follows: Session I June 19-24, Session II - June 26-Jul;y 1.
  • Applications for 2016-17 School of Engineering scholarships are due February 15, 2016. Visit www.lssu.edu/finaid for funding alternatives.
  • Applications for 2016-17 Engineering House residency due February 2, 2016 for returning students. New student applications are due by April 10, 2016.

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Design Competition Senior project Team Rock Rover Design & Development qualified to advance to the international student design competition on November 18, 2009.

ASME Student Design Expositions provide a platform for all engineering students to showcase their innovative design and build projects to a broad audience. Bringing practicing engineers, faculty and students into one venue, this program also provides educational and professional development opportunities for exhibitors as well as spectators. For students, it is an opportunity to demonstrate their products or present their design concepts to potential employers and even investors. For industry leaders, the Expos are like career fairs in reverse; an opportunity to observe the landscape of student design, get to know extraordinary engineering students in the region and see first-hand the innovative ideas and skills students can bring to their companies.

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