The Spring 2010 issue of SEDTAPP News is now available. Download the PDF.
Engineering and Engineering Technology
The 2010-2011 Engineering & Engineering Technology brochure is now available. Download the PDF.
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Engineering graduates with a passion for complex, system-level challenges can now plunge deeper into the intricacies of design, with two new Master’s degrees:
- Master of Science in Engineering Design (M.S.) is a comprehensive two-year, 32-credit program requiring completion of a thesis.
- Master of Engineering in Engineering Design (M.Eng.) is an intensive one-year, 32-credit program requiring completion of an engineering international internship or scholarly paper.
Both degrees provide ample opportunity for students to sharpen their holistic design skills, while gaining substantial practical experience in the studio. Both offer a chance to “go big” and explore engineering challenges through multidimensional context-specific lenses, from beginning to end.
To learn more, check out our Graduate Program website.
Most people spend more time in their car each day than anywhere except work or home. Over the next 10 years, experts say, our vehicles will be transformed to improve the driving experience. But how will these new cars be safer, greener and more connected than their predecessors? Delphi Automotive, one of the world’s largest automotive parts manufacturers, wants Penn State engineering students to be part of that conversation.
Students in this semester’s EDSGN 100: Introduction to Engineering Design class will work in teams to address Delphi's challenge by coming up with potential ideas that might help auto manufacturers incorporate cutting-edge features...
The College of Engineering has a new engineering design graduate program within its School of Engineering Design, Technology and Professional Programs (SEDTAPP).
Paul Voois, cofounder and chief strategy officer of ClariPhy, will serve as the fall 2014 Bishoff Entrepreneur-in-Residence Oct. 21-24.
The College of Engineering is partnering with other academic colleges and local businesses to coordinate a variety of activities for Global Entrepreneurship Week Nov. 18-22.
The week's events will kick off with the "All-Star Entrepreneurship Game Show" at 7 p.m. on Nov. 17 in 135 Reber. Robert Beaury, instructor in the School of Engineering Design, Technology and Professional Programs, and Mark Gagnon, Harbaugh Entrepreneurship Scholar and entrepreneurship coordinator in the College of Agricultural Sciences, will host the Jeopardy-style game show.
Students will have opportunities to network with local business owners at "Friends of Town and Gown...
Penn State engineering students and faculty visited Morocco in summer 2010 to put in place three different engineering design projects. Two of the teams devised systems to improve communities’ water quality, and the third group offered a solution for better workplace seating at a women’s cooperative.
The Engineering Leadership Development Program was featured as a cover story for this issue on “Global Outreach.”
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