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Hammann's Talents Combine to Make Him GT Academy Champ

February 4, 2016

The reality of the competition was that to win, you had to excel at three tasks. Nicolas Hammann did, and he won, opening up incredible experiences for him across the world. He just couldn’t tell anyone.

Congratulations to Engineers Passing PE Exam

January 29, 2016
The William States Lee College of Engineering recognized engineers who passed the Professional Engineering Exam in 2015 at a reception ceremony on Wedneday, January 27, 2016.

Making a Positive and Powerful Impression

January 21, 2016

The Lee College of Engineering, partnering with AREVA and the University Career Center, offered 50 engineering students a chance to enhance their professional development knowledge and skills on Jan. 20th.

Chris Tyler Named to Forbes 30 Under 30 List for 2016

January 11, 2016

Forbes has named Chris Tyler, a 2015 Mechanical Engineering Ph.D. graduate of the Lee College of Engineering, to its 2016 30 Under 30 list.

New Research Awards

January 8, 2016

Congratulations to the Lee College of Engineering professors who received new research and additional funding awards for July, August and September of 2015. A list of the new awards follows:

ETCM Students Win Concrete Construction Competition

January 5, 2016

A team of UNC Charlotte Engineering Technology and Construction Management students won the 2015 Concrete Construction Competition sponsored by the American Concrete Institute (ACI) and the American Society of Concrete Contractors (ASCC).

The international competition was open to all university, college and technical schools. The winning team members from the Lee College of Engineering were Hunter Ballard, Joshua Beitz, Ashton Crabtree (project manager), Carter Dold and Mark Stevenson. Dr. Tara Cavalline was the team’s faculty advisor.

Collaborative Research Between MEES and the Department of Geography and Earth Science Yields Interesting Results

December 11, 2015

Solar-driven cracking and weathering of surface rock, which occurs on earth, as well as on planetary and non-planetary celestial bodies, represents a perpetual geophysical process that ultimately breaks down exposed rock.

UNC Charlotte 49er Rocketry Club Team Places Third in Nation at NASA Competition

November 16, 2015

The UNC Charlotte 49er Rocketry Club team placed third overall in the nation at the NASA Student Launch Initiative MAXI-MAV (Mars Ascent Vehicle) competition held last April at Marshall Space Flight Center near Huntsville, Alabama.

Click here to view a video from the competition.

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