The Fall 2011 Engineering Design Expo hosted by the Integrated Teaching and Learning Program on Dec. 3 featured 75 undergraduate student team inventions. Projects included environmental innovations, client-serving solutions, and products that provide everyday-living enhancements for users.
Held twice each year in the ITL Laboratory, the Design Expo provides students the opportunity to engage with the public on their innovations, test their creativity and imagination, and improve their presentation skills. At left, Bev Louie of the BOLD Center and professional engineer Jim Zarske judge a Rube Goldberg shirt-folding project.
Click the thumbnails below to view a gallery from the expo.