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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. In 2015, the Lee College of Engineering is celebrating the 50th anniversary of its first graduates.

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'Manufacturing Engineering' Names Tyler a "30 Under 30"
Manufacturing Engineering magazine has named UNC Charlotte Mechanical Engineering alumnus Dr. Chris Tyler as one of its “30 under 30” industry professionals who has demonstrated exceptional talent and leadership in science, technology, engineering or mathematics, which are the essential underpinnings of manufacturing. The article about Tyler and his achievements is here.
EEAO Encourages Campus to Improve Air Quality
The EPIC Energy and Environmental Assistance Office (EEAO) is conducting three raffles as incentives for employees and students to make healthy choices to improve air quality in Charlotte. During the summer, Charlotte is affected primarily by ground level ozone, a pollutant that stems from exhaust from cars or trucks, especially when temperatures are higher, according to the EEAO.
New Photovoltaic Technology Research Lab Opens
With the purpose of teaching the science and engineering of solar energy and partnering with industry to research methods for producing more-efficient and lower-cost solar cells, the Lee College of Engineering has opened the new Photovoltaic Technology Research Laboratory. Located in the Energy Production and Infrastructure Building, the new photovoltaic lab is under the direction of Dr. Aba Ebong, professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering.
2015 National Student Steel Bridge Results
After placing second at the regional American Society of Civil Engineering competition this past spring, the UNC Charlotte steel bridge team went on to the national competition in Kansas City, Missouri, in May. Forty Niner team captain Neal H. Salas Zamudio provides this report about the competition: “It is with much excitement and honor that I would like to share our victory and success at the 2015 National Student Steel Bridge Competition held at the University of Missouri at Kansas City in Kansas City, Missouri this past weekend.
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