MCEN 4228/5228 – Mechanics of Cancer
This course will cover the role of mechanics (emphasis on solid and fluid mechanics) in cancer and cancer-related processes. Course content includes experimental systems used to model and test these processes.
MCEN 2023 – Statics and Structures
Covers statics of particles, equivalent force systems, rigid bodies, equilibrium of rigid bodies in two and three dimensions, analysis of truss and frame structures, uniaxially-loaded members, distributed force systems and friction.
COEN 1550 – You're Own Research Experience at CU (YOU'RE@CU)
YOU'RE @ CU is an opportunity for undergraduates to gain practical research experience in engineering by linking undergraduate students with a graduate student mentor. Undergrads work on a research project 3–5 hours per week and participate in a 15-week seminar course on research practices during the Spring semester. They also develop their own research hypothesis and work through the research process, culminating with a research paper and a poster session.