The ME Learning Center is a tutoring and mentoring center to assist ME undergraduate students in targeted courses – namely ME 201: Thermodynamics, ME 222: Mechanics of Deformable Solids and ME 361: Dynamics.

The Center’s goal is to strengthen students’ understanding of key concepts, assist with challenging homework problems, and prepare students for exams.

Convenient drop-in hours are scheduled as follows (scheduled hours).

1237 Engineering Building - Just across from the Manufacturing Teaching Lab in the 1200 wing.
 

(Additional Study Space)

Check out the study loft in 3211 Anthony. Students including Carly Gomez and Linnea Riddell, both in biosystems engineering, have discovered the loft offers 40 seats in varied seating options – from small meeting spaces with white boards to long tables so teams can spread out and get to work. There’s lots of natural light and DECS provides WiFi and a printer. Just follow the third floor hallway in Engineering into Anthony Hall and you’ll walk right into the loft at the end of the hall.

Dear ME Students:

I hope that your semester is off to a good start. I’m writing to make you aware of a few exciting updates to the ME Learning Center and other departmental activities.

ME Learning Center Location and Availability:

The ME Learning Center has been relocated to a larger space in EB 1237. Most nights from 6pm-10pm, this area is reserved for tutoring services for ME 201, ME 222 and ME 361.

During the day (8am-6pm), the ME Learning Center space is available for use by design teams, study groups or individuals looking for a place to study between classes.

Other News:

You all have noticed that the ME Shop has moved from the basement to the first floor of the EB, across from the ME Learning Center. This area is newly named the Manufacturing Teaching Laboratory (MTL). The design project assembly area is now in the basement, where the shop was located previously.

Don’t hesitate to contact me if you have any questions about these or other topics. Here’s to another great semester.

Ron Averill