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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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Rocket Team Soars Again at NIWeek
For its innovative and efficient application of National Instruments products, the Lee College of Engineering’s Rocket Team won the opportunity to travel to Austin, Texas, this summer to present its project at the 20th annual NIWeek. Out of 3,250 student projects submitted from 25 countries for the Student Design Competition, National Instruments selected the 49er team as one of three finalist.
Classes to begin at Charlotte Engineering Early College
Classes get under way Monday, Aug. 25, at the new Charlotte Engineering Early College, located in the shadow of EPIC. It is the first of its kind for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS). An article about the new school in "Inside UNC Charlotte" is here. An interview with Michelle Howard, the director of the Early College program, is here.
PHOTO GALLERY - The Fall 2014 Semester Begins
The students have moved in and classes have begun. View photos of the engineering freshmen moving into Hawthorn Hall and the first days of classes on the beautiful UNC Charlotte campus here.
AREVA, Lee College of Engineering to Honor Leadership, Innovation
AREVA TN Americas and UNC Charlotte’s William States Lee College of Engineering are partnering to recognize engineering and innovation in the Carolinas this fall through “Honoring our Legacy: Preparing Tomorrow’s Leaders.” A division of AREVA Inc., AREVA TN Americas will be the lead sponsor for this annual engineering legacy banquet, scheduled for Tuesday, Nov. 4. Organizers anticipate more than 200 engineering student scholars, engineering leaders and Lee College supporters to attend this invitation-only event.
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