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Establishing a Pan-Engineering Hub at LSSU

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2016 EDI


San Francisco, CA

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March 29, 2016

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March 29, 2016

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April 1, 2016

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David R Finley Lake Superior State University

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Five years ago, Lake Superior State University established the Engineering House Living/Learning community as one of six academically- focused residential facilities on campus. This focus on pan-engineering excellence was recently strengthened by identifying the Engineering House as the home of the newly-established ESD (Engineering Society of Detroit) student chapter on campus. Engineering House residents receive free membership in ESD, with the obligation to do K-12 outreach to bolster student interest in STEM fields.

Finley, D. R. (2016, March), Establishing a Pan-Engineering Hub at LSSU Paper presented at 2016 EDI, San Francisco, CA.

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