Real world experience is the hallmark of engineering at SFU. Our
students put their education into action by doing design projects for
class, paid internships, summer research and engineering service
projects both here in Pennsylvania and abroad. By combining classroom
learning with authentic projects, our students develop the wide variety
of skills needed to be successful in the rapidly growing field of
in the field and in the lab as well as behind a desk. SFU classroom settings
match the workplace environment. The photo to the below shows students preparing
to measure water chemistry at a mine drainage treatment wetland.
need to be able to explain their ideas to others. Our students practice
communication skills in every engineering class they take. The photo below shows 2013 graduate, Marie, presenting a scholarly review in her
Ecological Engineering course.
majors can gain valuable experience while they are still in school. We help our
students get connected with internship experiences and summer research. The
photo below shows 2013 graduate, Kelsea, hard at work during her
work on real design projects drawn from our partners in industry and
non-profits. The photo below shows Professor Strosnider christening a
mine drainage treatment system in Bolivia that students helped to design and
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