• Adam Tuckey

    SMART Scholarship

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    Teaching Effectiveness Award

    What is it that had one student say: "by far the best lab TA I have ever had in a college course."

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    Challenging courses let you pursue new and innovative knowledge in mechanical and aerospace engineering.

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    Launch your career

    9 of 10 Broncos are employed quickly, working in their field in jobs they like.

Engineering a better world

Mechanical engineers are found in almost every industry. Students become familiar with design, synthesis, engineering computer applications and mechanical systems. Aerospace engineers design, develop, test and help produce commercial and military aircraft, surface effect vehicles, missiles, and other related hardware or systems for inside and outside the atmosphere. Boasting one of only two programs in the state, we provide unique experiences for our students. Included in their studies are aerodynamics, structures, propulsion, flight mechanics, stability and control, space propulsion and orbital mechanics.

  • Tianshu Liu

    Presidential Innovation Professor

    Part of the 2022 innovation professor class, Dr. Tianshu Liu received funding to develop unified image-based measurement methods to determine the important physical quantities of complex flows in engineering and natural systems, including pressure, temperature, heat transfer, skin friction and velocity.

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