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Media advisory: Future engineers demonstrate skills May 1

PULLMAN, Wash. – Hydrogen-powered cars, 3D-printed hip replacements and artificially intelligent robots will be exhibited as Washington State University students from across the state show off their knowledge, skills and innovation at the Engineering Capstone Expo on Friday, May 1.

WHO: 100+ graduating WSU Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture students and student clubs from across the state.

WHEN: 8 a.m.-noon Friday, May 1.

WHERE: Compton Union Building (CUB) ballroom, WSU Pullman.

WHY: Capstone design courses are prominent elements of the nation’s top engineering degree programs and are central to the development and assessment of graduating quality professional engineers.

The Voiland College develops quality “work-ready, day-one” graduates and is a world leader through its research and scholarship aimed at providing solutions to today’s energy, environment, health and technology challenges.

The expo is sponsored by the Harold Frank Engineering Entrepreneurship Institute at WSU.

 

Contact:
John Schneider, WSU Voiland College associate dean for undergraduate programs, 509-335-0348, schneidj@eecs.wsu.edu

 

 

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