What makes a concrete canoe float? How do you design and produce a golf bag entirely on a 3D printer? Can you detect COVID-19 from someone’s breath?
Learn about these projects and 100 more from graduating Colorado State University engineering seniors at the first virtual Engineering Days event on April 23 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Trent Sieg (’18), a CSU mechanical engineering alumnus who is the long snapper for the Las Vegas Raiders of the NFL, is scheduled to help kick off E-Days with other alumni, industry leaders and teachers starting at 9 a.m. The full schedule and all project summaries are now listed on the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering website.
E-Days gives graduating students real-world experience working with industry and showcases the wide breadth of engineering careers.
The virtual E-Days event is free and open to the public, particularly for K-12 students and teachers who can engage in real-time Q&A with students on April 23 or watch individual presentations at a later date.
High School Students, K-5 Students, Middle School Students, The Public
Instructional Delivery Methods:
Demonstration or simulation, Lecture/talk/presentation, Online activity
CSU at National Western Center Theme:
Energy, Food Systems, Health, Water
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