by Public Relations Office
February 8, 2002
Cedarville, Ohio—High school students (public, private, and home-school) from the Dayton area can experience engineering firsthand at Cedarville University’s annual Engineering Day, Saturday, Feb. 23. Visiting students can attend the presentation “Introduction to Cedarville University Engineering,” see engineering demonstrations, and interact with University students and faculty. A session on women in engineering and Q&A with Cedarville engineering graduates will offer a helpful perspective on the engineering profession.
Visitors are encouraged to tour Cedarville’s outstanding engineering facilities: the wind tunnel, materials lab, heat transfer and instrumentation lab, CAD and CNC manufacturing lab, engine test cell, digital design lab, electronics and communications lab, electrical machines and control lab, and senior electrical and mechanical design laboratories.
The event is free. Registration begins at 10 a.m. For more information, call 937-766-7808.
Cedarville’s bachelor of science in electrical engineering and bachelor of science in mechanical engineering programs are accredited by the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology. Pending Ohio Board of Regents’ approval, the University will begin to offer a computer engineering program leading to a bachelor of science in computer engineering degree in the Fall 2002 semester.