Foundations of Engineering Class Participates in the “Marshmallow Challenge”
Students pair off to build a self-supporting tower in just 18 minutes, using only uncooked spaghetti, masking tape, and dental floss.
Commencement 2008 Review
The School of Engineering congratulates its 450 graduating undergraduate and graduate students, who received their certificates during the May 10-11 weekend. On Saturday, May 10, the School feted 84 M.S. and 55 Ph.D. students who completed their degrees in August and December (’07) and in May 2008. On Sunday, May 11, the School honored 311 […]
da Vinci Project Places Teachers in the Classroom
Engineering is a seldom-taught discipline in most secondary school systems nationwide. Yet engineering incorporates many of the core science and math subjects taught in America’s middle and high schools. The School of Engineering developed the da Vinci Project expressly to help teachers link the traditional math/science subjects with engineering in classrooms throughout New England. This […]