The School of Engineering community celebrates each other and looks toward the future at the annual celebration.
“It is an opportunity for members of our school to come together and recognize the accomplishments and achievements of our students. It is one of many ways the School of Engineering promotes community between the students, faculty and staff,” explained School of Engineering Dean Justin Kile. “We recognize the hard work our students put in and enjoy the opportunity to come together as a group to have fun and support our students.”
The year, the community grew even closer with the addition of the School of Engineering’s Living Learning Community, where first-year students had the opportunity to live with classmates and gain unique opportunities to work with and learn from the faculty in fun and innovative ways — such as using lasers to carve jack o’ lanterns or engineering techniques to build robust gingerbread houses.