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Undergraduate Fall Graduation Applications DUE
November 30, 1999
If you plan to graduate in Fall 2013, be sure to have your Application for Undergraduate Degree submitted to Registration & Records by September 20, 2013!

Advising Week and Registration
November 30, 1999
Please stop by and meet with your advisor during the week of October 28-November 1. Registration will officially begin on Monday, November 4.

NDSU Showcases Composite Materials Research at JEC Americas
November 30, 1999
Dr. Chad Ulven, Associate Professor, ME Dept. will have a booth exhibiting some of NDSU’s composite research and development at one of the largest annual composites shows and conferences in North America in Boston on October 2, 3, & 4th, 2013. See more details in Dr. Ulven’s department page.

Welcome
Mechanical engineering is a broad field primarily concerned with the principles of motion, energy, and force. Mechanical engineers are called upon to design machinery, mechanisms and systems that function safely, reliably, and efficiently to serve needs of society. To accomplish this, mechanical engineers apply scientific principles to problems that involve the motion of heat, gases, fluids, and solid materials.

Mechanical engineers may be found in nearly all segments of society. They work in industry, consulting practices, government facilities, and universities. In industry, mechanical engineers work for equipment manufacturers, utilities, materials processing plants, environmental firms, and companies that deal with aerospace, transportation, petroleum, biomedical products, and others. Mechanical engineers are employed by the government and universities contribute to the betterment of society by conducting research to solve present and future problems. As technology becomes more prevalent in daily life, mechanical engineers are increasingly called upon to apply that technology to develop devices that improve the standard of living.
Contact

Mechanical Engineering Department
North Dakota State University
111 Dolve Hall
NDSU Dept 2490, PO Box 6050
Fargo, North Dakota 58108

Email: NDSU.ME@ndsu.edu
Phone: 701-231-8671
Fax: 701-231-8913

Mission

To contribute to the aspirations of a land-grant university in the three primary components of education, research, and service.

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Page Last Modified: October 24, 2012
Web Master: Tiffany Neuharth
Published By: NDSU's Mechanical Engineering Department
Located At: Dolve Hall Room 111 - Fargo, North Dakota 58102
Telephone: 701-231-8671, Fax: 701-231-8913