Nate Davis, Electronics Engineering Technology, Charles Pringle, Mechanical Engineering Technology, and Darryl Fuhrman, MSET Graduate, passed the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam given in October 2012. The FE exam is the first of two examinations that engineers must pass in order to be licensed as a Professional Engineer in the United States.
Construction and Safety ahd Health Management Alumni Social, Thursday 11 October 2012. Advisory board volunteers, Construction Management and Safety and Health Management faculty met for an evening of networking.
Craig Johnson received the ASEE Section Outstanding Teaching Award, 2012 American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference.
Matt Burvee attended Strain Gages and Instrumentation training offered by Micro-Measurements.
Craig Johnson attended NCEES (the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying) conference which brings professionals together to develop the FE Exam.
Scott Calahan attended STEM, Guitars, Rock & Roll!!! guitar building workshop in August.
Charles Pringle, $50,000 from Hydrovolts, LLC, for his project Permanent Magnet Rim Drive Generator."
William Bender, $4,400 from the Ellensburg Chamber of Commerce/Central Washington Resource Energy Collaborative for his project, "Effects of Wind Forces on Solar Panels."
Chelsea Dowdell took a second place award at the 2014 Northwest Regional ASME Student Professional DClub News
The IEEE Club recently hosted several groups of students from area high schools to learn about and cETSC Participates In Regional FIRST Robotics Event
More than 700 students, in grades nine through 12, from 35 teams across Washington and Oregon will b