Innovation on display as engineering students unveil capstone projects

CU Denver Senior Design
By Chris Casey | University Communications

The 2013-2014 school year came to a close with the senior design competition and our year-end celebration on May 16.

The usual stunning array of innovation, which typifies the kind of hands-on learning students receive at CU Denver, was on display as the Engineering Senior Design Competition showcased 28 projects in the North Classroom atrium. College of Engineering and Applied Science students spend a year working on projects for their Senior Design course, a capstone to their undergraduate studies. A panel of industry judges inspect each project and ask questions of each team of students. The judges select the best overall project ($1,000) and a top project from each discipline ($250).

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2013 Year-End Celebration Slide Show

Thanks to everyone who attended the second annual College of Engineering and Applied Science Year-End Celebration. The weather was perfect, the food was delicious, and the company was top-notch! Congratulations on another successful academic year.

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