College of Science & Engineering

Student Projects

Student Projects Industrial Design

The students are provided work spaces in a studio environment where they can accomplish their assignments and complete their projects. Both junior and senior studio spaces are equipped with personal desks, wireless high speed internet, personal storage units, and furniture. Each studio also has a sink, microwave, and refrigerator.

The facility also has a well equipped shop with both wood- and metal machinery, a walk-in paint booth, along with courses that teach the use of these tools. Additional facilities within the Engineering and Design Department that are available to students as they enroll in the respective support courses. These labs include CNC machining, rapid prototyping, injection molding, composite materials, electronics, and soft-tooling labs.

Link to the gallery of Industrial Design student work

Link to the awarding winning Cube^3 project by the Class of 2018

Year in Review - 2017

Year in Review - 2016

Year in Review - 2015

Junior Show - 2018

2017 Junior Show at Teague

  • A crowd of people gathered in a gallery; a wooden bench is at the center of the photo
  • A person stands looking at many posters hung on a wall
  • Pictures of hiking and camping hung on a wall with backpacks resting on stands before it
  • a group of people gathered around a pedestal holding multiple art pieces
  • black and white portraits of students hung on a wall
  • two people look at posters hung on a wall
  • Attendees look at art posted on a wall
  • a group of people standing in a circle talking with each other
  • Three people sitting on a couch and smiling

ReMade Project: Junior Show

  • a sign that reads Remade: Kitchen WWU +Ideal
  • a black cutting board that reads "serve"
  • woven knit pot holders
  • Salt shakers with wooden tops and varying colors of grain
  • a cutting board
  • a white, cubby shelf