E-Days 2018: Engineering excellence and education on display

Megan Miller SBME Project
Megan Miller works on the electrical components of her team's project, a physically pulsating organ model.

For engineering students, Senior Design is a culmination of knowledge gleaned from hands-on learning. It’s an opportunity to apply what they’ve learned during their tenure at CSU, work in a group setting, and get a taste of what it’s like to be an engineer in the “real world.”

At the Senior Design Showcase during Engineering Days, senior engineering students get the chance to show off their hard work to their peers and the public.

Come to the Senior Design Showcase

The Senior Design Showcase is open to the public! Check out the student projects inside the Lory Student Center and outside on the Plaza from 9 a.m.-3 p.m., Thursday, April 12.

Read more about some of the projects to be displayed during the showcase:

Exoskeleton rehabilitates dogs with hind limb paralysis

Surgical residents can learn to stop a bleed with Senior Design project

Mechanical engineering students evaluate refrigeration to solve food waste problem

Mending a mud problem at the Baca County Fair

After four years of hard work, it’s the final lap for CSU’s EcoCAR 3