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CBHS senior engineering students present final design projects

CBHS senior engineering students present final design projects

The final presentations for the CBHS Engineering Design & Development (Senior Design) students were held April 26. There were seven design teams from 20 students presenting their year-long design projects to a panel of engineers and judges.

The seniors gave a sneak preview of their presentations to the STEMM CoLaB Executive Advisory Council meeting on April 24. Robert McEniry ’59 and his wife Paula, for whom the STEMM building is named, attended, listening to the presentations and asking pertinent questions.

Post-graduation plans for these students, who are the first to complete four years of Engineering studies at CBHS, beginning in the fall of 2013. According to Rebecca Neves, engineering teacher and head of the STEMM Co-LaB, each of the 22 seniors graduating from the Engineering Pathway is intending to major in some type of engineering in college – civil, mechanical, electrical, computer science, aerospace, or systems engineering.

(Click here for the Design Project statements from the seniors.)