Project: Ensuring parts are fully dried

Random parts exiting the conveyor belt at the end of the zinc line in the tumble room are damaged, misplaced and not fully and/or consistently dried. This may lead to rusting, defective parts, and wasted man hours and company resources (company losses).  Scope: Deliverables Improve dryer system at the exit end of the zinc line […]

Engineering Vs. Science

Hey Guys, I was actually rereading my Shigley’s book (Mechanical Design Book) for an internship. This came up and I found it interesting. “Engineers use science to solve their problems if the science is available. But available or not, the problem must be solved, and whatever form the solution takes under these conditions is called […]

HU Minority Science Engineering Improvement Program 2010

Howard University Hosts 30 Future Scientists, Engineers, Mathematicians By Andre Nicholson University News Monday, August 09, 2010 At the end of the nearly four-week academically enriched program this summer, 30 high school students are much more knowledgeable in the areas of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) due to the annual Howard University Minority Science […]

My Spring Break 2008 | Giving Back

Howard Students to Spend Spring Break Helping Orphans in Panama WASHINGTON (March 8) — For many college students, spring break means ditching the books and heading south for sun and sand. But, the Howard University chapter of Engineers Without Borders (EWB-HU) will skip the beach and trade their swimsuits for work boots and hard hats […]