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Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Mechanical and Materials Engineering Newsletter – Spring 2013

David FieldDirector’s Message

We have a lot of exciting changes to our programs that you can expect to see in the next year. A $3.8 million state allocation to WSU’s engineering programs aims to meet industry demand by significantly increasing the number of engineering and computer science graduates. As part of the expansion of our programs, we have hired new faculty members. We have also received additional support for significant upgrades and new equipment in our undergraduate engineering laboratories. [more]

Making Room for More

  • First graduates of the WSU mechanical engineering program at olympic college, Bremerton with (l-r) Dean candis claiborn and Professors David Bahr and Marvin Pitts.Expansion of ME Programs Statewide – New programs at Everett Community College and at Olympic College in Bremerton are allowing students around the state to pursue a WSU bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering.
  • Lab Upgrades – A new data acquisition system, laser scanners, and a 3D printer are some of the improvements that ME students will see.

Research

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