February 12, 2013
Our STEM students will benefit significantly from some recent upgrades to computer labs in the Richter Math-Engineering building. Over the Christmas break, we created a new home for the 22-seat Engineering Unix lab and upgraded the server.
Additionally, the lab in Room 105 now has 24 new high-end machines and a new server. These new computers and server will support our CAD/CAM, reverse engineering, computer science and CIS needs.
These are essential upgrades that will benefit many programs across the School of Science, Engineering and Technology.