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The William States Lee College of Engineering is a community of students, faculty and industry partners. We study, design, research and build together. From the bachelor’s to the doctoral level, college of engineering students participate in experiential, hands-on projects; learning to visualize, design, create, build and apply. The Lee College of Engineering - stake your claim.

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Alex Blum Wins Top ASME Scholarship
Lee College of Engineering Mechanical Engineering junior Alexander Blum has been named the ASME Foundation Scholar for 2014, one of the top awards from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. The Foundation Scholarship is $11,000 for the 2014-15 academic year. The scholarship program was endowed in 1999 with funds given by an anonymous donor. Eligibility requirements include a minimum GPA of 3.5 and a letter of recommendation from a senior section adviser.
Senior Design Kickoff
Lee College of Engineering seniors met September 5 with their industry supporters and faculty mentors to kick off the 2014-15 cycle of Senior Design. There will be 46 projects in the cycle, involving 211 students, 44 faculty and industry mentors, and 47 technical representatives. Photos from the kickoff event are here.
Dr. Hong's New Energy Analytics Course Accepted for IIF Student Forecasting Awards
Dr. Tao Hong, assistant professor of Systems Engineering and Engineering Management Energy, created a new Energy Analytics course that was recognized by the International Institute of Forecasters (IIF) and qualifies students to apply for the Student Forecasting Awards. The IIF offers prizes to top-performing students in undergraduate and graduate level forecasting courses. No more than 20 universities/courses across the globe are recognized for this prestigious award. The initial award includes courses starting in 2014 and early 2015. Dr.
Civil Engineers Start on NC DOT Steel Sheet Pile Project
Civil Engineering researchers in UNC Charlotte’s Lee College of Engineering are starting work on a NC DOT funded project to determine the axial bearing capacity of steel sheet piles used in short span bridges.
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