If it moves, a mechanical engineer probably had something to do with it.

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Mechanical engineering news

Engineering dean and students gathered on the steps of the William N. Pennington Engineering Building

College of Engineering welcomes 8 National Merit Scholars, 55 Presidential Scholars

On August 20, the College of Engineering held a welcoming ceremony for the 8 National Merit Scholars and 55 Presidential Scholars who joined the College this fall.

Employer and student shaking hands at table

Mark your calendars: College of Engineering’s Internship and Career Fair

On September 22, the College of Engineering will connect students with employers and agencies offering internships and jobs.

Aditya Nair and Floris van Breugel on the William N. Pennington plaza

Mechanical Engineering professors are founding members in new institute: AI for Dynamic Systems

A five-year, $20-million National Science Foundation collaboration brings together researchers from 9 universities.

Two graduate students stand in front of a polishing machine while holding a clipboard with papers

Graduate degrees in mechanical engineering

Mechanical engineering faculty and staff outside Palmer Engineering

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