This event will highlight aerospace, biomedical, electrical and computer and mechanical engineering projects from the Senior Design capstone course in the Spring 2012 semester. Each poster will be presented for discussion and questions.
Parks College of Engineering, Aviation, and Technology at Saint Louis University is proud to announce the initiation of its spring class to Tau Beta Epsilon, the engineering honor society. The mission of Tau Beta Epsilon is to honor young men and women who have demonstrated exemplary character and outstanding scholarship in engineering while students at Parks College.
The Parks SAE Aero Design Team succeeded at the 2012 SAE West Competition. The Micro Class placed 1st place for the Design Report. The Advanced Class achieved 1st place in Design Report and most accurate DAS system, as well as 3rd place for the oral presentation.
Parks students were among the more than 300 faculty and students who were in attendance at theNCIIA’s16thAnnual Conference, held Mar. 22-24, 2012. The program consisted of three days of knowledge sharing and network building.
Students at SLU now have the unique opportunity to earn a bachelors degree with a concentration in Flight Science-Professional Pilot which focuses on preparing graduates for flight careers across the globe. SLU is proud to be the first university to offer this unique, internationally concentrated aviation program, which begins in Fall 2012.
Parks female students are invited to join the Society of Women Engineers in leading groups of high school girls from area schools through two activity stations then providing tours of the engineering and aviation facilities at SLU. An Industry Luncheon will follow.
Reconnect with former classmates, visit with current students and faculty, take a tour to rediscover campus, enjoy a concert, cheer on the Billikens at a soccer game and catch a fantastic fireworks display!
On Sunday, Apr. 10, 2011 two Parks Students, Megan Fessenden and James Starke, were inducted into Alpha Sigma Nu, the Honor Society of Jesuit Institutions of Higher Education. Selection is based on scholarship, loyalty and service.