The Student Project Symposium
Thursday, May 12, 2016
Location: Cornett Hall, Open House Forum
The Student Project Symposium is a venue for students to display their projects and discuss them with visitors. This is an annual event during which students from all departments are invited to present their junior, senior or capstone projects. From past years; Embedded Computing Systems (Fear Tracker, Laser Musical Instrument, LED Paint Canvas), Society of Automotive Engineer formula-style race car, Underwater Remote Operating Vehicle (ROV), Solar Learning Module and many more.
Business Management, Marketing, Operations & Accounting 2016 Student Expo
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Location: College Union Building, Second Floor
You are cordially invited to attend the first Student Expo featuring Oregon Tech’s Business Senior Projects. Come see first-hand what our innovative students have been working on to help regional businesses gain customers, utilize their assets, and assist them in analyzing and installing systems to save both time and money. Senior projects are designed to challenge students with real world management problems, as well as give them the opportunity to gain industry experience prior to graduation.
At this expo you will have a chance to hear students explain their projects, summarize what they have learned and how the business is doing since project completion. You could very well find your newest best employee right here or be inspired to take on an Oregon Tech business senior next year to do something great for your company.
AUVSI Club: Oregon Tech Unmanned Systems
Tuesday, February 23, 2016
Location: Cornett Hall 117, Robotics & Automation Lab
You are cordially invited to attend the first Showcase tour of 2016. We will be visiting the Robotics & Automation Lab (Cornett 117) where the OTUS (Oregon Tech Unmanned Systems) Team is designing and testing their submersible vehicle project. The OTUS Team consists of students from multiple degree programs, and senior project teams hosted by the AUVSI Club (Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International). They hope to compete at 2016 international Robosub competition that will be held Mid-July in San Diego sponsored by ONR (Office of Naval Research) and the AUVSI Foundation.
The Robotics and Automation Lab is a student-centered research and learning place with multiple workstations, in which a variety of unmanned aerial vehicles with a mission operating station, mobile manipulators, LEGO robots, etc.
Shaw Historical Library & Student Services
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Location: Second Floor, Library Resource Center
Join us for an informative tour of the Shaw Historical Library located at Oregon Tech. We will also be touring three of the outstanding student services offered. This tour will be led by staff from the Oregon Tech Library, Career, Testing and Peer Consulting services. See the hidden historical treasures awaiting you as we dive into Klamath County archives. Also, learn how students gain valuable skills and experience to help them succeed in academics as well as their careers.
Student Project Symposium
Monday, May 18, 2015
Location: College Union, Crater Lake complex
The Student Project Symposium is a venue for students to display their projects and discuss them with visitors. This is an annual event during which students from all departments are invited to present their junior, senior or capstone projects. From past years, the projects have ranged from computing games, civil engineering constructions, BAJA racing car, and psychology studies. Join us as we showcase Oregon Tech’s students through these extremely innovative and applicable projects.
Society of Automotive Engineers Student Projects
Tuesday, March 3, 2015
Location: Cornett Hall
Hear firsthand from students members of the Society of Automotive Engineers about how they design, build and race a Baja rally style car and a Formula style car each year. Learn how these hands-on projects and labs facilitate students in gaining valuable experience that gives them an advantage when they begin their career.
Faculty: The tour of the related labs will be led by faculty from the Mechanical Engineering and Manufacturing Engineering Technology Program.
Wednesday, January 21, 2015
Location: Cornett Hall, Composites Lab
Learn how the composites lab allows students to gain valuable hands-on experience they will use in their careers in a variety of fields including aerospace. Hear firsthand from students about their Unmanned Arial Vehicle project.
Faculty: The tour of the Composites Lab will be led by faculty from the Manufacturing Engineering Technology Program.
Dental Hygiene Clinic
Friday, January 9, 2015
Location: Semon Hall, Dental Hygiene Clinic
Learn how students gain valuable hands-on experience, and about the community outreach programs planned and implemented by students, locally and abroad. Student outreach includes an international exchange program and local community programs.
Faculty: The tour of the Dental Hygiene Clinic will be led by faculty from the Dental Hygiene Department.
Martha Anne Dow Center for Health Professions
Thursday, November 20, 2014
Medical Imaging Technology (Diagnostic Medical Sonography,Echocardiography, Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technology,Radiologic Science and Vascular Technology), Respiratory Care, and Biology-Health Sciences and Environmental Sciences. Included Labs:
Faculty: Debbie McCollam, James Hulse, Rosalind McClure