This course requires the use of library and other resources to facilitate research, and accurate citations. This guide will assist you with your research and citations for this class. Be sure to complete the tutorials and quizzes found in the First-Year Seminar Library Guide to sharpen your skills in finding, retrieving, analyzing, evaluating, using, and citing information.
Need help? Contact the librarian for this class, Angela Paul, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 316-978-5084, or set up a Zoom or in-person appointment using this scheduler. (Image credit: "Workers Walking Against Corruption." Allan Enos. Stockvault.com.)
This class uses a hands-on project to guide first year students through the engineering design thinking process, a value-creation mindset and teamwork skills. Students collaborate with engineering professionals from industry. They demonstrate skills and knowledge by working in a collaborative team, assessing economic and societal impact, and participating in a formal project presentation.
Students will apply engineering design to produce solutions that address public health, safety, and welfare, global, cultural, social, environmental, and economic factors. The goal of the project is to create value in your community, while gaining teamwork skills and experience. Students will work in teams of three to four students and will have the opportunity to develop their own need-based project or select from a list of predetermined community needs projects.