Students studying automation and robotics engineering technology will soon have access to new equipment, thanks to Phoenix Contact.
Donation from Maplewoodshop brings woodworking curriculum to Millersville’s AEST Department.
Donation will be used within the Osburn Hall Automation Lab.
Dr. Snyder receives Paul T. Hiser Exemplary Publication Award for second time!
Larger lab benefits science majors, particularly those with an emphasis in nanofabrication manufacturing technology.
On Thursday, Oct. 4, from 5:30–8:30 p.m., Millersville University’s Department of Applied Engineering, Safety and Technology will host a seminar for female students who are interested in learning about careers in graphic communications or teaching technology and engineering (or STEM education).
Technology and Summer Engineering Camps at the ‘Ville.
Celebrating 25 Years of Technology Fun
Millersville students won first place in a recent packaging design competition.