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First Year Engineering Students Design and Test Robots

Engineering 100 is a first-year engineering course in which students learn what it’s like to be a practicing engineer. In section 900, “Designs in Nature & Engineering,” students were tasked with collaboratively designing, building and testing robots to perform a specific set of functions. The course culminated in an end-of-semester competition.

This course was taught during the Fall 2016 semester by Herrick Professor of Engineering Sridhar Kota and graduate student Daniel Bruder, both from the Department of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan.

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