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College welcomes Class of 2020

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August 24, 2016

Dean Kuleck, faculty and staff of the College of Engineering & Science welcome the Class of 2020 with lunch break out sessions.

Chemistry professor, Dr. Matt Mio, and Biology professor, Dr. Greg Grabowski, share strategies for successful transition into college with Science students.

Engineering and Mathematic students were challenged to build a balloon-powered car under the direction of Mechanical Engineering professor, Dr. Darrell Kleinke.

The freshman orientation is part of the Prologues, Transitions and Viewpoints (PTV), which introduces freshman to faculty, provides resources for a successful academic career and engages them in a service project in Detroit.

The orientation concludes on Friday with the Convocation for New Students in Calihan Hall.

Winning balloon-powered vehicle

The winning balloon-powered vehicle was built by incoming freshman Olivia Holt, Mario Izzi, Jasmine Jefferson, Joshua Cormier and Claire Washburn.

View photographs of today's event.

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