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Mechanical engineering students Spencer West (r.) and Celena Lazzarin (l.) and their team of Matthew Brisson, Evan Freeman-Gibb, and Michael Keegan showcased their acoustically improved room a part of their Capstone presentation, July 31.Mechanical engineering students Spencer West (r.) and Celena Lazzarin (l.) and their team of Matthew Brisson, Evan Freeman-Gibb, and Michael Keegan showcased their acoustically improved room a part of their Capstone presentation, July 31.

Engineering team acoustically tunes a room

An engineering team improves the acoustics of a room at the Centre for Engineering Innovation as part of their graduation project.  

Massive effort goes into planning CEI move for faculty, staff and students

The distance from the south end of Essex Hall to the new Ed Lumley Centre for Engineering Innovation is a mere two blocks. You can walk it in less than five minutes.

Try moving 80 faculty and staff members, 247 graduate students, 76 post-doctoral fellows and research associates and about $40 million worth of laboratory equipment over the same distance.