The Engineering IDEAs Clinic
Bringing Real World Into the Classroom
The Engineering IDEAs Clinic™ supplements a traditional engineering curriculum with open-ended activities designed to spark student self-learning and exploration.
Through Ideas Clinic activities, students will learn good engineering practices by experimenting with real-world engineering problems; they will gain an appreciation for the connections between courses in their curriculum; they will apply their analysis skills to complex, open-ended problems; and they will exercise their creativity, judgement and problem solving skills while acquiring soft skills such as communication and teamwork. Most importantly, the activities will provide students with a breadth of hands-on experiences in an enjoyable and safe environment.
- Jan. 28, 2019
Experimental, risk-taking engineering education environment
Project testing and much more takes place in the Engineering Ideas Clinic®, a two-storey focal point of the new Engineering 7 building designed for professors from different engineering disciplines to collectively teach theoretical concepts to students through experimental, hands-on learning.
- Jan. 15, 2019
Are you working on a capstone project, a student team, or a project of your own and are having trouble debugging the electronics?
- Jan. 15, 2019
Over the weekend, 300 Girl Guides from four cities met in the Engineering Ideas Clinic in E7 to earn their Engineering badges. Run by the folks in Engineering Outreach, this sort of hands-on learning is exactly what the Ideas Clinic was built for. Great job everyone!
Make sure you check out the full article from The Record: Girl Guides gather at UW to meet challenge, earn engineering badge.