Two teams from Lawrence Technological University took first and third place in the SourceAmerica Design Challenge, a national competition to design workplace products that improve the employability of people with disabilities.
Employers from science and technology-based firms in the Detroit area mingled with students and faculty at Lawrence Technological University Wednesday in the university’s second annual Science and Technology Showcase.
Lawrence Technological University is emerging as an applied research powerhouse while continuing a successful transition to an undergraduate-focused residential campus. That was the word from President Virinder Moudgil this week at his annual State of the University address, attended by about 200 faculty and staff.
Two teams from Lawrence Technological University are among three national finalists in the SourceAmerica Design Challenge, an engineering competition where students create assistive technology to enhance workplace success and employment options for people with disabilities.
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