When the College of Engineering launched its virtual application platform last year —Citrix XenApp— thousands of engineering students gained access to specialized software (e.g., MATLAB) from the comfort of their own device. The only requirement? An Internet connection.
A 30-minute meet and greet preceded the unveiling, where attendees could ask questions about race car models that were on display from the three previous years. Attendees then had the opportunity to view a promotional video with highlights from the past four years with the GFR team.
I am pleased to share with you the OSU College of Engineering’s 2011 Annual Report, which you can read by visiting engineering.oregonstate.edu/2011annualreport or clicking on the image below. I hope the stories of our exceptional people inform you of the good work we do and inspire a sense of commitment to your College of Engineering. As always, we appreciate your support.
Scott A. Ashford
Oregon State University
College of Engineering
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