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Students in New Mexico State University’s Klipsch School of Electrical and Computer Engineering, in partnership with mechanical engineering students, worked throughout the previous school year to improve the white cane, a device that visually impaired persons use to become more aware of their surroundings, as part of their capstone course.
On April 23, the New Mexico State University College of Engineering held the second annual Student Capstone Poster Competition.
TRAX International, LLC gave $12,500 to New Mexico State University’s College of Engineering which will be distributed between scholarships, BEST Robotics and capstone engineering design projects.
Not all recent college graduates can say that they have designed real world products for delivery to government organizations like NASA, but that is exactly what four New Mexico State University electrical engineering students did during their final year of undergraduate study.
A team of engineering seniors who developed a passive-gravity balancing exoskeleton for the human arm took first place in the first-ever New Mexico State University College of Engineering Senior Capstone Project Showcase on Friday, April 26. They were joined by student groups from various engineering departments to show off their semester-long work, demonstrating crucial skills they’ve acquired during their time in the college.
Engineering students at New Mexico State University are taking what they learn out of the classroom and laboratories and into the local community and beyond. Students have applied their engineering skills on real-life projects for years and plans are now underway to make experiential learning part of the formal engineering curriculum.
Young Ho Park, assistant professor of mechanical engineering and Patricia Wojahn, associate professor of English, recently received the best poster award at the first annual National Capstone Design Conference held at the University of Colorado at Boulder.