Hammann's Talents Combine to Make Him GT Academy Champ
February 4, 2016
The reality of the competition was that to win, you had to excel at three tasks. Nicolas Hammann did, and he won, opening up incredible experiences for him across the world. He just couldn’t tell anyone.
The Lee College of Engineering, partnering with AREVA and the University Career Center, offered 50 engineering students a chance to enhance their professional development knowledge and skills on Jan. 20th.
ETCM Students Win Concrete Construction Competition
January 5, 2016
A team of UNC Charlotte Engineering Technology and Construction Management students won the 2015 Concrete Construction Competition sponsored by the American Concrete Institute (ACI) and the American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC). From the left are Mark Stevenson, Carter Dold, Ashton Crabtree, Hunter Ballard and Joshua Beitz.
The William States Lee College of Engineering held its fall semester Senior Design Expo on Dec. 11, 2015. Thirty teams presented their completed two-semester projects, and 53 teams presented their first-semester design-concept posters. A photo gallery of the winners and the Expo is here.
The three completed projects judged to be the best were:
The Junior Design class of Mechanical Engineering Professor Tony Schmitz designed and build robotic fishing rod casting devices, and then tested their creations at Bass Pro Shop. The competition included casting for accuracy and distance. The teams also had the opportunity to present their product to a panel of business leaders creating a "Shark Tank" like experience! A video of the event is here.
Starting with the earliest days of Charlotte College, a new comprehensive history explores the growth and development of The William States Lee College of Engineering from 1946 through 2015. Based on archival records and more than 40 personal interviews, the history captures the overall history of the college in five chapters.