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GU brings 3-D printing, electronics manufacturing, and STEM education to MBA Manufacturing Day

Published: 10/12/2022

Design. Integrate. Protect.

Design. Integrate. Protect.

Gannon’s College of Engineering and Business, representing the Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge (I-HACK) and GUBotDev returned to the 2022 MBA Manufacturing Day today, rolling GU's Mobile STEM Lab RV directly inside Erie’s Bayfront Convention Center with a booth featuring 3-D printing, electronics manufacturing, and STEM education. 

See more from today's events by following @GUCyber, @GUBotDev, and @GannonU

About MBA MFG Day: the 9th annual celebration runs from 8 a.m. to noon at the Bayfront Convention Center (BCC), where more than 2,000 students, counselors, and educators have the chance to see, meet and experience today’s modern, high-tech manufacturers from around the region and learn about the high-paying careers that are available.

See highlights from the 2021 MFG Day below.


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KEEPING PACE WITH TODAY’S FAST-MOVING TECHNOLOGIES AND ECONOMY

Driven by technology, today’s rapidly changing economy places a premium on people who can solve complex problems, make data-driven decisions and put theory into practice. Those skills are the focus of the College of Engineering and Business. These two academic disciplines are grouped together for a reason: collaboration between engineers and business leaders will drive the 21st-century economy.

Integrating advanced technology with dynamic faculty who excel in teaching, scholarship and service, the College of Engineering and Business offers:

  • One of the largest educational computer facilities in the tri-state area. Student labs are open and staffed sixteen hours a day, seven days a week.
  • Research laboratories for engineering and business students with the latest software packages.
  • The attention of graduate schools such as Caltech, Harvard, MIT, Stanford, Columbia University, and Rensselaer, all of which have recruited recent graduates.
  • Student-centered faculty that will advise students as they map their way to a managerial or technical career – or both.
  • Access to Erie's Central Business and Innovation District provides rich opportunities for internships at organizations in the public and private sectors.
  • Senior capstone and senior design projects that integrate engineering and entrepreneurship.

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