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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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Discovery Channel Features UNC Charlotte Motorsports
UNC Charlotte Motorsports Engineering students Jerry Dahlberg and Eric Fleischhauer, along with alum Sam Hellman, join faculty member Dr. Tkacik on the Discovery Channel to discuss water tunnel testing involving NASCAR’s Car of Tomorrow. Using the 5th largest water channel in the United States, located in the Motorsports Research Building at UNC Charlotte, they discuss the safety impact of NASCAR switching from a wing back to a spoiler.
New Faculty for 2014-2015
The William States Lee College of Engineering at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte proudly welcomes 11 new faculty members in 2014. As educators and researchers, these new hires bring credentials from some of the finest universities in the country and a wealth of professional experience from industry. With UNC Charlotte and Lee College of Engineering enrollments increasing steadily during the past 10 years, these new faculty members will be vital in educating the next-generation of engineers and technologists.
Engineering Faculty Members Named to Coal Ash Solution Committees
CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Oct. 2, 2014 – UNC Charlotte Lee College of Engineering faculty members are among a prestigious group of experts seeking safe and practical solutions for disposing of coal ash. The University has convened a blue-ribbon panel of nationally recognized experts to serve on an independent board that will review Duke Energy’s strategy and procedures for closing its ash impoundments in North Carolina and throughout the nation.
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.
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