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Changing the world

Seven engineering projects highlighted as E-Week 16 begins

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1:54 p.m., Feb. 22, 2016--From chemistry to computers to clean water and alternative energy sources, engineering students at the University of Delaware are investing their skills to address an enormous variety of problems around the world.

To mark the national celebration of Engineers Week 2016, examples of seven UD student projects have been highlighted on the University's Tumblr page.

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Other events this week include speed mentoring, the Order of the Engineer Ring Ceremony, a student banquet, a dodgeball tournament, broomball, and a "Texas Hold ’Em" math game. The week's schedule is listed on the College of Engineering's website.

For more information on the national celebration, visit the DiscoverE website.

Article by Beth Miller

Photo illustration by Jeffrey Chase and Evan Krape

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