By Jacob Davis
Engineering students will present design projects in the Clyde Building Monday from noon to 2 p.m.
“The goal is to have civil engineers from the community to come and rate them,” said Tamara Seely, a secretary for the civil and environmental engineering department.
Seely also said students from other disciplines could come and rate the projects.
“I don”t have a degree in civil engineering, but I found it very interesting,” she said. “You can see what a civil engineer can do and see what projects they have worked on.”
This will be the second semester the department has displayed the projects. Last semester projects included a walkway and a concrete canoe.
“People don”t know that concrete can float,” Seely said.
This year students have worked on similar engineering projects.
The display will be shown in the step-down lounge of the Clyde Building. The step-down lounge is on the first floor between the North and South doors.