Senior Design Symposium Features Wyoming Engineering and Applied Science Student Projects
Over 100 students have their chance to show what they've been learning at the University of Wyoming College of Engineering and Applied Science 17th annual Senior Design Symposium. The senior will exhibit and present individual and team design projects ranging from The Niobrara Potential in Wyoming to the re-design of 15th Street between Garfield Street and Willett Drive in Laramie.
The projects are open to the public and will be judged by 25 professionals representing business, industry, and the university. The event will begin at 8 a.m. on Thursday, Dec. 1st in the Engineering Building. Presentation schedules vary by department. You can view a full schedule by clicking here.
The Senior Design Symposium provides our graduating seniors the opportunity to defend their capstone design project to a panel of judges. It also provides families an opportunity to see the high level of achievement of our student engineers and scientists.
-Steve Barrett, Associate Dean of Academic Programs
Electrical & Computer Engineering presentations will be in Room 2105; Architectural Engineering poster presentations will be in L52; Civil Engineering (environmental and transportation) presentations will take place in Room 1062; Civil Engineering (structures) will present in Room 2105; Chemical Engineering presentations will be in Room 2101; Computer Science and Petroleum Engineering presentations will take place in Room 2104.
The UW College of Engineering and Applied Science, Rocky Mountain Power Foundation and the Volpi/Cupal Engineering Design Fund sponsor the symposium. For more information, call the College of Engineering and Applied Science at (307)766-4256 or email email@example.com.