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See http://www.appropedia.org/Engr215_Introduction_to_Designfor more.Projects:Be a real, hands-on, open design problem that works towards a better world.Allow students to take part in all parts of the design process.Clients:Make a minimum commitment of time, effort and money. Student teams (of 3 or 4 students):Spend approximates 180 hours per team.Spend a maximum of $75/student.Write an approximately 50 page technical paperOther Coursework:Peer evaluation, Teamwork, Ethics, MS Excel, MS Word, AutoCAD, Time Management, Gantt charts, Project Management, Wiki, etc.
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ENGR215: WaterpodS09<br />Shown on almost every major news channel and many publications, including the New York Times and North Coast Journal. Nature Magazine mentioned HSU and Engr215 Projects last month.<br />
ENGR308: Technology and the Environment<br />Current Clients:<br /><ul><li>Campus Center for Appropriate Technology
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