Walking by the announcement board today on UNT Discovery Park (Engineering) Campus, this caught my eye:
Further proving the next generation may be in good hands after all...
Yes, I think college students are a great place to find users. I'm trying to get some UT Mech students to come to my meetings.
Which begs the questions, if they're offering a workshop for SWX, what is UNT teaching in their CAD classes?
i teach two engineering classes at UNT. They switched from CREO to SolidWorks a year ago (thanks Go Engineer). Some of the seniors might have had CREO as Freshman or Sophomores but now they need SolidWorks to do their senior projects. I hope to drop into the workshop and see how they are runnng it!
I just got back from the UNT Biomedical Engineering Society SolidWorks Workshop tonight. The workshop was run by four very capable female biomedical engineering students who had the participants model various components in SolidWorks while they walked around and assisted. I left information about our two local user groups since they clearly had control of the situation! I was joking in my original post about the future being in good hands but now I know it is in good hands! Go Mean Green!!!
That's awesome Thomas Allsup
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