Each year, senior Engineering and Computer Science students design and build real-world projects, exploring how innovation and new ideas can help meet needs in their communities ... and around the world. Here are a few samples.
Rack-mounted RFID bike lock
A clean, responsible, and efficient household waste management system
User-tracking multi-axial cargo transport
User controlled search and rescue rover
A sustainable heating and cooling solution for refugee camps
A more dependable heads-up display
Electrical surge protection anywhere
A better Baja buggy transmission
Cleaner waste incineration
Safe power distribution in refugee camps
Software engineering projects
Medical records training software
Sports activity organizing app
Search YouTube videos by location
All Systems Go!
What does it take to create the next big technical innovation? SPU engineering students are working together to find out.
Why I Teach at SPU
Kevin Bolding, Director of Engineering and Computer Science Programs; Associate Professor of Electrical Engineering
“I love teaching because it gives me a chance to shape the next generation of engineers and computer scientists — people who will truly change the world. In the classroom and in advising meetings, I have a chance to challenge students not only to work to their full potential, but also to analyze and evaluate what projects to work on to best serve God.”