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Preparing engineers for the 3D future, article focus

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December 21, 2015

Professor and assistant dean Dr. Nassif Rayess along with Ray Okonski and mechanical engineer alumnus, Patrick Pawlowski, published “3D printing: a career path towards creative idea realization” in TechCentury, Winter 2015-2016.

“The next few decades will see the functionality, quality and affordability of 3D printing increase,” says Rayess.  “That will bring about a complete change of perception of how people view physical goods.”

Much of the 3D technological development takes place in university research labs.

“The College of Engineering and Science strives to have a curriculum that is balanced between the skills needed for professional practice today and those needed for the future,” says Rayess.

Read about the UDM curriculum and visit online portfolios of student’s work.

Special thanks to the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network program of the Kern Family Foundation and through the philanthropic giving of Mr. Ray Okonski for their support with this initiative.

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