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Tri-Cities business students help company improve
June 29, 2016

By Maegan Murray, WSU Tri-Cities

RICHLAND, Wash. – Four Washington State University Tri-Cities students are working to identify real-world process and cost improvements for a local company using the Six Sigma approach.

WSU student innovation on display April 29
April 26, 2016

PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University students from across the state will show off their knowledge, skills and innovation at the Engineering Capstone Expo on Friday, April 29.

Media advisory: Future engineers demonstrate skills May 1
April 27, 2015

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.

‘Go Cougs!,’ says Roberto
April 21, 2015

By Ethan Nash, Voiland College of Engineering & Architecture intern

RobotSensorPULLMAN, Wash. – Walk up to Roberto and he blurts out, “Hello! Go Cougs!” Walk away and he waves good-bye. Say, “I love cats,’’ and he breaks into a song – about cats.

Graduating engineers showcase projects
April 18, 2007

Vancouver- The School of Engineering and Computer Science at Washington State University Vancouver will present a display of seven capstone projects from graduating seniors, 3:30 to 6 p.m., April 23. The event is free and open to the public. Co-sponsored by local companies in Southwest Washington, each project will be presented and defended by the senior graduating students. “We want to show how WSU Vancouver is supporting the local companies in solving their engineering problems,” said Amir Jokar, assistant professor of mechanical engineering. The sponsor companies’ representatives will be present at the event. The projects and their sponsors, as well as presentation times, are as follows: … » More …

Researchers aim for capstone measurement tool
October 1, 2004

Better ways to prepare professional engineers to meet industry needs and measure their learning outcomes are the goals of ongoing research at Washington State University’s 100-year-old engineering college.With $500,000 in support from the National Science Foundation through 2007, the project aims to improve student preparation for professional practice. Researchers include Denny Davis, principal investigator and professor of bioengineering, Michael Trevisan, assessment and evaluation professor, Steven Beyerlein, University of Idaho mechanical engineering professor, and others from Seattle University and Tuskegee University.Industry requires more than technical learning from its new workforce. Teamwork, communication, critical thinking processes and self-growth also are sought from employees, and strength in these … » More …