SETAS students complete their capstone project for Technology Fair
As convocation nears, students are completing their last assignments and preparing to look for jobs. Most students in the School of Engineering Technology and Applied Science (SETAS) have a major project in their final semester. They will apply the knowledge and hands-on skills from earlier semesters to design, build, and test applications, mechanical systems, and experiments related to their disciplines.
These projects go beyond classroom walls as students can display them to industry experts and receive valuable feedback during the Technology Fair. Open to all SETAS students, the Technology Fair is an event filled with industry booths, interactive project demonstrations, and networking opportunities with prospective employers. Students from programs in the Applied Biological and Environmental Sciences (ABES), Information and Communication Engineering Technology (ICET), and Advanced Manufacturing and Automation Technology (AMAT) are welcome.
While most students will showcase their projects from the final semester, students who have other projects related to their field of studies but are not part of a course can also register. Similarly, students who are not in their final semesters but take interest in completing a relevant project for the fair are eligible to participate. All SETAS students must contact their program coordinators to register for the event.
The Technology Fair will be held on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at the Athletics and Wellness Centre gymnasium at Progress campus from 5:30 to 8:00 pm.