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Press Release 13-184

Lab school brings manufacturing technologies to middle-school classrooms

Virginia engineering design academy is outgrowth of National Science Foundation-funded project

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student with a fabricated cam

A Buford student demonstrates use of a fabricated cam that she incorporated into an engineering project to NSF's Joan Ferrini-Mundy (left).

Credit: Tom Cogill, UVa.


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Gavin Garner showing equipment at UVa's lab to NSF's Joan Ferrini-Mundy and Susan Singer.

Gavin Garner shows facilities in the University's Advanced Manufacturing Laboratory to NSF Assistant Director for Human Resources Joan Ferrini-Mundy and Division Director for the Division of Undergraduate Education Susan Singer. Garner is a professor of Mechanical Engineering who teaches the University's mechatronics courses and who served as a consultant for design fo the Buford Engineering Design Academy.

Credit: Tom Cogill, UVa.


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Students demonstrate digital fabricated speaker system.

Students in the pilot engineering design cadre demonstrate a digital fabricated speaker system that they designed for an eighth-grade physical science class. In background are Glen Bull and Joan Ferrini-Mundy.

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Students work on digital fabricated speaker system.

Buford students are enthusiastic about their work on the digital fabricated speaker system.

Credit: Tom Cogill, UVa.


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