Mechanical Engineering Overview
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Visit Mechanical Engineering
- Spring ME Information Sessions (Feb. - Apr.)
- Visit with People in ME
- Tours of ME Design and Lab Facilities
- Attend an ME Class
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Each year, the ME department offers information sessions during spring semester. These 30 minute sessions will give an overview of the ME department, with a time for Q&A at the end. Spring information sessions will be available in February 2019.
Contact ONE of the people listed below to schedule a meeting to learn more about the Mechanical Engineering Department. Kristi should be your first and primary contact. We will only be able to meet with students on days that we are not having an Information Session.
- Kristi Mehaffey - Academic Professional - Click here to schedule an appointment with Kristi Mehaffey.
- Al Ferri - Associate Chair for Undergraduate Studies - Click here to send an e-mail to Dr. Ferri to request an appointment.
- Tours last approximately 45 - 60 minutes and include the ME undergraduate lab facilities, robotics lab, sophomore design studios and the Invention Studio.
- Tours are offered at 11 AM and 3 PM nearly every weekday from September 5 - November 16.
- Sign up on the admissions website.
Students who want to attend a class during Fall Semester are able to do so in the classes listed below. Classes will be available in early September. If you plan to attend a class, be sure you arrive on time, sit through the entire class and do not attend on exam days. Click here for a campus map. MRDC is building 135 on the campus map, Love is building 144, Mason is building 111, Instructional Center (IC) is building 55, IPST is building 129, Sustainable Education (SEB) is building 145, ES&T is building 147, Boggs is building 103, Howey Physics is building 81, Cherry Emerson is building 66, College of Computing is building 50, Smith is building 24 and Klaus is building 153.