Tours and events
While campus remains closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you may attend one of our virtual tours guided by a current MechE undergraduate student.
We'd love for you to experience what makes our department unique, innovative, and collaborative.
Roll up your sleeves for a virtual maker event via Zoom (Meeting ID: 939 2844 9145 Passcode: 140971) on Tuesday, April 13 at 6 p.m. EDT. Assistant Teaching Professor Nestor Gomez will lead you through a remote, hands-on building project. Just want to watch? That’s ok!
Visit Tech Spark’s website to learn about our new maker workshop facilities where students use laser cutters, 3D printers, soldering stations, power tools, welding equipment, metal mills, and more to fabricate and build prototypes and projects.
In Assistant Professor Bex Taylor’s course, students learn contract manufacturing and negotiation while navigating a card game that reveals challenges and successes during the product development process:
Students tinkered with household objects like mousetraps and rubber bands to create vehicle prototypes for a team challenge in MechE 101:
If you would like to connect with one of our faculty members or current students, or ask further questions, please reach out to one of our undergraduate academic advisors.
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