Tag Archives: Mechanical Engineering Technology

GU-Woodbury’s Alumni of the Quarter: David Spangler

A diverse hands-on background in electrical and mechanical design and manufacturing gave Alumni of the Quarter, mechanical engineering technology graduate, David Spangler, the edge to get the position he currently holds as a senior process engineer at Boston Scientific. Spangler started in a small medical company that was since acquired by Boston Scientific. According to
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Students Fly to Corporation to Gain Hands-on Experience

Four architecture drafting and design students and three mechanical engineering technology students, along with their program chairs, traveled by plane to Marvin Windows and Doors in Warroad, Minnesota, to tour the 30,000-square-foot facility. The facility includes a 6,000-square-foot Visitor Center and a state-of-the-art Training Center to train builders, architects and distributors who visit Marvin. “The
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Bringing SolidWorks Course into the Community

NTI School of Technology at Globe University reaches out to the local community by hosting a five-week SolidWorks 3D class taught by Pam Schumacher, mechanical engineering technology program chair. The class will be held Tuesday evenings from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., January 22 to February 19 at Mahtomedi High School. “This class offers a
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Engineering and Architectural Programs Featured at Minnesota’s Premiere Technology Conference

NTI School of Technology Globe University attended the Minnesota Technology and Engineering Educators Association (MTEEA) 34th Annual Fall Conference as a featured vendor sharing information on Architectural Drafting & Design, Engineering Drafting & Design and our new Mechanical Engineering Technology programs. MTEEA is an association that supports technology education through leadership, continued education, advocacy for
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5 Engineering Facts about the USS Missouri Battleship: Leading Lady of Universal Studios Movie “Battleship”

The movie “Battleship” comes out on DVD today.  The star and namesake of this movie is the USS Missouri or the Mighty Missouri battleship. It is the last Iowa class battleship to be made. She served well in many battles, and is most well-known because the Japanese surrendered at the end of World War II
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New Logo Reflects Rich History of Design and Drafting in the Twin Cities

Globe University unveiled a new logo this week announcing the NTI School of Technology.  This new part of the Globe Education Network is a result of the recent merger with Northwest Technical Institute, a small private design and drafting college located in Eagan, MN.   Northwest Technical Institute was established in 1957 as a private school
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5 College Classes You Probably Don’t Need

Fall is just around the corner – how about these college classes? 1. SW290: Surviving the Coming Zombie Apocalypse: Catastrophes & Human Behavior – Michigan State. Everyone in Michigan will be safe from the coming zombie take-over. 2. SPST 3174: The American Vacation – University of Iowa. This study sounds like fun – maybe students
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Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology starts this fall

Globe University will start classes in October 2012 for a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology.  If you have an interest in how things are made, why things work, and are always thinking of ways to make things better, this program is for you.  Mechanical Engineering Technology is a great opportunity for students who want
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