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ENGINEERING EDUCATION WELCOME! Engineering Exploration EngE1024 Week 12 Lesson
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ENGINEERING EDUCATION Outline Announcements ME department Test 2 (Nov. 16 (Thursday); 7-8PM) HW review (mechatronics) Flowcharting review Programming
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ENGINEERING EDUCATION Engineering Education Abroad Fair The College of Engineering – Office of International Programs in collaboration with the University Study Abroad Office is organizing an Engineering Education Abroad Fair. When: Nov. 09 (Thursday); 10 AM - 2 PM Where: Torgersen 1100 You may like to attend if you’re interested in exploring ‘study abroad’ options in future.
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ENGINEERING EDUCATION Please note you can use the following VT web site to figure out the courses that will or won’t transfer to VT from schools outside VT: https://banweb.banner.vt.edu/ssb/prod/hz sktgid.P_DispTranGuide Transfer of Courses to VT
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ENGINEERING EDUCATION An Overview of Mechanical Engineering Fall 2006 Randolph Hall
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ENGINEERING EDUCATION Mechanical engineers work in many different areas of specialization Automatic controls Automotive Biomedical Combustion Computer-aided design Energy management Fluid mechanics HVAC Lubrication Manufacturing Mechatronics Noise control Power generation Propulsion Robotics Vehicle dyn Vibration Control Smart Materials
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ENGINEERING EDUCATION VT Mechanical Engineering undergraduate program stats 50 students/section excluding labs largest section = 280 (lab lecture); smallest = 4 (Senior Design Team) 10-12 sections out of 140 taught by doctoral students (not including laboratory or recitation sections) Job placement, Class of 2005 (data from Career Services) Students polled 6 months after graduation 61 % employed (100% matching their career interests) 22 % in or entering graduate programs 14 % still seeking employment or grad school ME 4005 lab, lecture
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EDUCATION Research activities in ME There are many active research areas within the ME discipline at VT, Undergraduate Research credit (ME 4994) is available for many. Only a few are listed here. Vehicle Dynamics and Simul.
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This note was uploaded on 09/19/2011 for the course ENGE 1114 taught by Professor Twknott during the Fall '06 term at Virginia Tech.

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