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Published on Feb 21, 2013
Freshmen entering Clarkson University sometimes still need to decide on a major and ultimately a career. The upperclassmen at Clarkson's Wallace H. Coulter School of Engineering are there to help them decide.
The school celebrated National Engineers Week from February 18- 24 with a series of events intended to spur interest in engineering disciplines among undecided underclassmen. From spaghetti bridge building to paper airplane flying competitions and several speakers and seminars, the upperclassmen and faculty in the Coulter School are passionate about engineering and want to pass that interest on to underclassmen!