The School of Engineering is hosting several review sessions for the Fundamentals of Engineering exam, set for 7:15 a.m., Saturday April 13 in Spahr Classroom.
All review sessions are from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m., except where noted, in the Spahr Engineering Classroom, 2 Eaton Hall.
Introduction to the FE Exam – Tuesday, March 12, presented by Tom Mulinazzi, professor of civil, environmental and architectural engineering
Statics – Wednesday, March 13, presented by Lorin Maletsky, associate professor of mechanical engineering
Materials Science – Postponed
Thermodynamics – Tuesday, March 26, presented by Peter TenPas, associate professor of mechanical engineering
Strength of Materials – Wednesday, March 27, presented by Anil Misra, professor of civil, environmental, and architectural engineering
Dynamics – Thursday, March 28, presented by Carl Luchies, associate professor of mechanical engineering
Computer Problems– Monday, April 1, presented by Sara Wilson, associate professor of mechanical engineering
Engineering Economics – Monday, April 8, presented by Tom Glavinich, associate professor of civil, environmental, and architectural engineering
Fluids– Tuesday, April 9, presented by Dr. Dave Parr, professor of civil, environmental and architectural engineering
Electric Circuits– Wednesday, April 10, presented by Dr. Jim Rowland, professor of electrical engineering and computer science
Students taking the test should report to Spahr Engineering Classroom by 7:15 a.m., Saturday, April 13. All participants must bring their admittance letter.