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Nancy Golden
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Nancy Golden   5/11/2014 3:34:20 PM
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I agree naperlou - for most engineering curriculums I think it is required. My husband and i have served as judges in the past and hubby is also an advisor on senior projects for a local college occasionally. More typically, we see these projects done in teams which also gives the students a taste of what it is like to work in real world industry by learning to work together on projects and how to deal with group dynamics.

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Cabe Atwell   5/11/2014 12:15:55 AM
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The BREATHE devices sounds incredible, especially with the ability to locate it when it becomes lost. My sister-in-law continually loses hers, which can be dangerous in certain situations.

naperlou
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naperlou   5/9/2014 12:08:30 PM
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Elizabeth, thse types of projects are very important in engineering curricula.  As an IEEE member I have had the privelage of judging projects at local universities.  Actually, I think this should be required.

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