Archive for February, 2014

  • The Engineering Library is offering a 15 minutes class TODAY at 2:30 pm in the Library Computer Classroom (2001C SC). Introduction to standards, regulations and specifications.  Learn how to access […]

    TODAY! Library Xpress: Standards

    The Engineering Library is offering a 15 minutes class TODAY at 2:30 pm in the Library Computer Classroom (2001C SC). Introduction to standards, regulations and specifications.  Learn how to access […]

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  • What did engineering and law students have in common during MECCA, the former incarnation of E-week? The search for the Blarney Stone, of course. It is named for the Blarney […]

    A Mecca Tradition: The Blarney Stone

    What did engineering and law students have in common during MECCA, the former incarnation of E-week? The search for the Blarney Stone, of course. It is named for the Blarney […]

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  • The College of Engineering celebrates E-Week in conjunction with National Engineers Week, February 16 – 22, 2014. During E-Week, a variety of student-organized activities help celebrate and recognize engineers and […]

    Celebrating Engineers

    The College of Engineering celebrates E-Week in conjunction with National Engineers Week, February 16 – 22, 2014. During E-Week, a variety of student-organized activities help celebrate and recognize engineers and […]

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  • Want to learn more about how to use Compendex? Visit 2001C SC at 2:30pm Wednesday, February 19 for a 15min class! This class will include an overview of Compendex.  The most […]

    Learn Compendex in 15 minutes!

    Want to learn more about how to use Compendex? Visit 2001C SC at 2:30pm Wednesday, February 19 for a 15min class! This class will include an overview of Compendex.  The most […]

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  • What is more romantic than riding a Ferris wheel? Considering George W. G. Ferris, Jr. was born on Valentine’s Day in 1859, perhaps nothing. Ferris was an engineer who graduated from Rensselear Polytechnic Institute […]

    Let the Spinning Wheel Spin

    What is more romantic than riding a Ferris wheel? Considering George W. G. Ferris, Jr. was born on Valentine’s Day in 1859, perhaps nothing. Ferris was an engineer who graduated from Rensselear Polytechnic Institute […]

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  • Charles Darwin is known for his work on the theory of evolution but did you also know he spent time researching earthworms? Each year on Feb 12th, we celebrate Darwin […]

    Theory of Evolution and …. Earthworms?

    Charles Darwin is known for his work on the theory of evolution but did you also know he spent time researching earthworms? Each year on Feb 12th, we celebrate Darwin […]

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  • The world today would be a very different place without the inventions of Thomas A. Edison.  He was known as the Wizard of Menlo Park. Edison had obtained 1,093 US […]

    Happy Birthday, Thomas A. Edison!

    The world today would be a very different place without the inventions of Thomas A. Edison.  He was known as the Wizard of Menlo Park. Edison had obtained 1,093 US […]

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  • With all the snow we have been seeing this winter, there has been many different snow removal equipment in use including shovels, snow blowers, and plows.  This equipment used today has seen […]

    A Look at Snow Removal Equipment New and Old

    With all the snow we have been seeing this winter, there has been many different snow removal equipment in use including shovels, snow blowers, and plows.  This equipment used today has seen […]

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