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Fowler School of Engineering

» Resources for Engineering Students

Engineer something unimaginable in the Fowler School of Engineering. In Fowler Engineering, you are more than just a student — you are a researcher, a scholar, a builder and a problem-solver with incredible dreams and creative plans for addressing the world’s most complex challenges. 

Start engineering your future by accessing these resources.


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Tools and Toys

Students in the Fowler School of Engineering get hands-on experience with state-of-the-art engineering tools from the first day they arrive on campus. Whether designing and fabricating components with additive manufacturing, or simulating failure cases with code, our students have the software and hardware they need at their fingertips. Examples of these resources include:

SEM Sigma 300Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscope
Zeiss Sigma 300
Location: 239 Keck
Email to reserve.


SEM EVO 10Scanning Electron Microscope
Location: 282 Keck 
Email to reserve.





LSM 800 Confocal Microscope
ZIESS LSM 880 with Airyscan
Location: 328 Keck 
Email to reserve.



Atomic Force MicroscopeAtomic Force Microscope
Asylum MFP3D Origin
Location: 239 Keck
Email to reserve.

From Chapman to NASA

Lauren Friend listening in a classroom

Student Soars at the Highest Level, Thanks to Internship at Glenn Research Center

“I came up with my project based on my own interests and what I wanted to learn, and I am doing all of the work, and this could be something NASA keeps using even after I leave.”

—Lauren Friend ‘19

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