The Picker Engineering Program combines the study of engineering with the humanities, the arts and the sciences. Our students strive to design solutions to the many challenges facing society in the 21st century.
All forums are located in Ford Hall room 240 and are held from 12:00pm - 1:00pm, food will be served at these events, students are invited to bring their own beverage.
Each month the Lazarus Center for Career Development publishes a Career Engineering Newsletter with opportunities for engineering students.
Engineering in the News
Engineering sophmore Anna Partridge named College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Honorable Mention Scholar All-American for her effort in both the classroom and at the 2014 NCAA Div III Diving Regionals. (July 17, 2014)
Dr. Tomboulian Goes to Washington. Dr. Briana Tomboulian was chosen to serve as the 2014-15 ASME Congressional Fellow. (June 2014)
Hot off the press, Professor Susannah Howe feature in IEEE Pulse article "Faculty Internships for Capstone Design Instructors". (June 16, 2014)
Campus School Sixth-Graders Test New Engineering Software, project "Through My Window" created by Professor Glenn Ellis. (June 4, 2014)
Professor Susan Voss received an R15 AREA grant from NIH for her project: "Development of a normative database for wide-band acoustic immittance measures" July 2014 - June 2017. (posted: June 3, 2014)
Hot off the press, Professor Andrew Guswa publish paper: Guswa, Andrew J.,K.A. Brauman, C. Brown, P. Hamel, B.L. Keeler, and S.S. Sayre, 2014. Ecosystem services: Challenges and opportunities for hydrologic modeling to support decision making,Water Resources Research, 50, doi:10.1002/2014WR015497 (posted: June 2, 2014)
Student Reflections on Capstone Design: Experiences with Industry-Sponsored Projects. Professor Susannah Howe, a guest editor of International Journal of Engineering Education (IJEE) Vol. 30-1.