U of S second-year mechanical engineering students develop project for service organization

The University of Saskatchewan’s College of Engineering invites media to attend Project Presentations and Celebration, an event that features second-year mechanical engineering student projects that are developed to help non-profit and service organizations. This year the students developed a book page-turning device for people with limited upper body movement.

Monday March 24, 2014

2:30-9 pm

Rm 1B71, College of Engineering

57 Campus Drive

Terri Sleeva, from the Tetra Society in Regina the design class’s client will be present to help evaluate the designs.

Students and the client for whom these projects are designed will be available for interviews at 5 pm.

For more information:

Kate Blau
Communications Officer, College of Engineering
306-966-7924
kate.blau@usask.ca

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