This semester, nearly 30 teams will display their year-long, client-driven design projects. Capstone student projects are always inspiring, so don’t miss this opportunity to experience the next generation of engineering innovations.
High-impact, Interdisciplinary Capstone Design: Fostering student development and career pathways to meet 21st-century challenges Interdisciplinary Capstone Design offers a forum to integrate high-impact practices that can build critical 21st-century skillsets for engineering students. Join us as Dr. Aaron Brown speaks via Zoom: https://mines.zoom.us/j/92893030153 Aaron Brown is a professor and program coordinator at Metropolitan State University […]
Dr Orrs will discuss the multifaceted role of design in engineering education in courses, career & life. Zoom link: https://mines.zoom.us/j/93646659897 After exploring the multi-faceted role of design thinking in engineering education, this presentation previews new developments that can be anticipated in the field, which will keep Mines at the forefront of engineering capstone design and […]
Dr. Youmans will discuss design education that prepares engineering graduates for the 21st century. Zoom link: https://mines.zoom.us/j/96552640108 Engineering programs face the growing challenge of building programs to effectively prepare students for an increasingly complex 21st century. This requires a continued emphasis on technical skills, alongside professional skills such as teamwork, problem-solving, and communication. Further, students […]
Capstone programs offer the opportunity for students to develop creative, realistic, multidisciplinary, and sustainable engineering designs while simultaneously developing design competency and practical skills. Client-driven processes in particular have excellent potential to generate co-curricular benefits such as networking and job placements. The future of design education centers around preparing the next generation of holistic problem […]
Extracting Accountability: Engineers and Corporate Social Responsibility is newly published by The MIT Press. Smith, trained as an anthropologist, is Associate Professor in EDS and Director of the Humanitarian Engineering & Science graduate program. Extracting Accountability is available open access or for purchase at The MIT Press.
Please join us for the annual Capstone Design@MINES Showcase. This semester, over 20 teams will display their year-long, client-driven design projects. In addition to learning from Mines students, you can also meet project sponsors and Mines faculty who have supported our students along the way. Capstone student projects are always inspiring, so don’t miss this […]
For the past year, 17 student teams have been working on design projects meant to solve real-world problems. On Thursday December 1st, those projects will be on display at the Capstone Design@MINES Showcase from 9 to 11 a.m. in the Grand Ballroom in the Student Center, and you’re invited to check them out! Some of this […]