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    Discussion in 'The main mechanical design forum' started by spenal, Oct 28, 2014.

    1. spenal

      spenal New Member

      Oct 2014
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      I am currently going into my senior year at a well known State school in New Hampshire. I always enjoyed the mechanical aspects of things and even the engineering that follows into it but I never went forward into a engineering major. Honestly, I thought I was going into Business like the rest of my siblings but I knew I wanted to do something different. As I graduated HS, I fell in love with this school in NH and a major that is almost 8 years old and becoming very popular. Its called Sustainable Product Design & Innovation. Its a great major with aspects of mechanical engineering, industrial design, environmental studies and even business. We even have a 2 year old, brand new building with all new equipment from CNC machinery, 3D printers and high tech computers. The major is the closest thing to engineering the school has. We are one of a kind in this major, learning not only the basics of design and manufacturing but how to involve environmental issues into it. We study where our products are going and how they are being developed, either in a sustainable sense or one that is harmful. Our world cannot live on another 100 years of the same manufacturing processes we are doing, so we try to change that.

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