Program prepares first engineers

DEAN HUMPHREY/The Daily Sentinel—Jason Johnson, bottom left, explains a device that helps evaluate student-designed water wheels for visitors to the Archuleta Engineering Center at Colorado Mesa University on Tuesday. The tour group included University of Colorado Chancellor Phil DiStefano, top, third from left. Johnson is a junior in a mechanical engineering program that Colorado Mesa offers in a partnership with University of Colorado.



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DEAN HUMPHREY/The Daily Sentinel—Jason Johnson, bottom left, explains a device that helps evaluate student-designed water wheels for visitors to the Archuleta Engineering Center at Colorado Mesa University on Tuesday. The tour group included University of Colorado Chancellor Phil DiStefano, top, third from left. Johnson is a junior in a mechanical engineering program that Colorado Mesa offers in a partnership with University of Colorado.

Nine students will earn diplomas in May as part of the first graduating class of the Colorado Mesa University and University of Colorado mechanical engineering partnership program. Students…




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