By John McCallum
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Pandemic project work

EWU mechanical engineering students demonstrate capstone resourcefulness in the age of COVID


Last updated 12/24/2020 at 1:01pm

Eastern Washington University

Team member Brittany Stephens demonstrates the functionality of the "Mountain Shreddin' Speaker" as part of their capstone project presentation.

CHENEY - If you ever have a burning desire to find something that accentuates any feelings of inadequacy in life, here's a suggestion on how to accomplish that - attend an Eastern Washington University Mechanical Engineering and Technology Department student capstone presentation.

On Dec. 2, seven teams composed of 6 – 7 senior students presented their solutions to a variety of problems posed to them by MET instructions Dr. Matthew Michaelis and Dr. Alex Bae - challenges ranging from brewing beer to testing the strength of composite-material airplane parts. As is fitting in the year of CO...

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