Students in the Department of Mechanical Engineering at UL Lafayette belong to one of the oldest and broadest engineering disciplines. Mechanical engineers are involved in the design and development of mechanical applications that are applied to manufacturing, robotics, air conditioning, aerospace technologies and other devices using mechanical systems. The profession is becoming increasingly involved in the environmental and biomedical fields, such as the design of artificial prostheses. An education in mechanical engineering provides a wide range of professional opportunities, and the librarians at Edith Garland Dupré Library are eager to help prepare students by providing them with the resources they need for their education.
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Mechanical Engineering Students Present Senior Projects
Seniors in the Mechanical Engineering program met in Rougeou Hall on Friday, May 3, 2013, to present their student projects to a faculty review panel, including Dr. Will Emblom, Dr. Chris Dalton, and Dr. Sally Anne McInerny, Head of the MCHE Department, and their peers.
The presentations highlighted the technical challenges and issues that mechanical engineers face in their careers, while allowing students to display their ability to apply the knowledge they’ve gained in the classroom to practical, "real life" scenarios.
A press release written about the presentation is available from the Communications and Marketing Department web site at: http://louisiana.edu/news-events/news/20130508/engineering-students-present-senior-projects.