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There are several very active engineering clubs (e.g. ASME, SWE, EWB, etc) that are suited for mechanical engineering students. Some engage in external competitions as a club activity, some are social activity oriented, some provides engineering solution for those in need. Other than a sense of community, club activities often generating camaraderie, goodwill, exposure, and recognition. Engineering club members enjoy a multitude of intellectually challenging opportunities while developing not only friendship among peers, but competence, character, and leadership.
As a mechanical engineering student, for the purpose of professional development, you are strongly encouraged to join the student section of American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME). The main focus of ASME at Seattle University, besides social and professional activities, is the utility class human-powered vehicle challenge (HPVC). The program is well decorated. In recent years, students have tried to develop tricked-out vehicles (with unique features) that are always fun and innovative.
Our 2007 entry, Ricky Bobby Hawkenheimer had a feature that was picked up in press coverage. "This year's crowd pleasers were the three-wheelers designed to handle hairpin turns without tipping. The three-wheeled bike with leaning systems integrated into the chassis and flexible joints could actually be applied as a practical vehicle" - WIRED Magazine, April 2007. We were one of the two vehicles (out of 26) with such innovative design feature.
Our 2008 entry, Leonard G Hawkenheimer also had a leaning system in the back wheels. During the endurance race, a plush toy mascot Rudy the Redhawk rides on the trunk.
The team lead and the vehicle that started it all: D. Engebretsen '04 and the legendary Rudy Hawkenheimer.
MEGR department is hiring a tenure track faculty position for fall 2015. Read job announcement.
Sneak peak great photos commemorating 2014 Projects Day.
MEGR students and faculty enjoy BBQ to celebrate the end of the academic year. See photos.
Dr. Frank Shih was recognized with the 2014 Spirit of Community Faculty Award. Read more.
Congratulations to Sean Blechschmidt, '14, for winning best presentation and best content at Western Regional ASME Competition. Read more and see photo.
MEGR Clare Boothe Luce Scholar Marie Pahlmeyer, '14, was recognized with an Outstanding Presentation Award at the American Physical Society March 2014 Meeting in Denver, Colorado, where she presented her undergraduate research. Read the abstract.
MEGR and ECEGR are hiring a Director of Systems Engineering for fall 2014. Read job announcement.
Dr. Greg Mason is the newly appointed PACCAR Professor of Mechanical Engineering for through 2015. The funding will support undergraduate research involving the design and creation of new laser-based instrumentation.
Six MEGR students win 2013-2014 Bannan Scholarships. See photo.
National Science Foundation awards $171,306 grant to support "Facilitating Problem-Based Learning with an Inverted Classroom". Read more.
MEGR Adam Frank, '14, attended the 2013 Introduction to Design Thinking workshop at the Frye Art Museum.
MEGR Students Jamie Li, '14, and Marie Pahlmeyer, '14, Received Clare Boothe Luce Scholarships for Undergraduate Research. Read more.
Professor Christopher Stipe in collaboration with Chemistry Professor Ryan McLaughlin receive $199,000 Grant from the Murdock Charitable Trust to build a new laser spectroscopy laboratory for student training and undergraduate research.
Dr. Teodora Shuman and Dr. Greg Mason present "Novel Approach to Teaching Thermodynamics Labs" at the 2013 ASEE Conference Main Plenary II. See photo.
Graduating Senior Laura Bower, '13, Receives Prestigious 2013 Provost's Award. Read more.
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