Xplore Engineering EventUniversity of MichiganCollege of EngineeringJune 26-27, 2014
Top to bottom:  This Is Oobleck, In the Wind Tunnel, More Oobleck, Building a Density Tower, Tuning the Robot, 3D Printing in the VisLab, Block M CAD, At the 50 in the Big House, In the Wave Field
Xplore Engineering was fantastic 2-day event held by the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering this past week.  It’s designed for students entering the 4th through 7th grades, accompanied by a parent or grandparent.  Over 20 different hands-on workshops and tours were offered, designed to introduce the students to all of the different areas of engineering at the college, including robotics, materials science, aviation, CAD and 3-D printing, biomechanics, manufacturing, radiation, rocketry, nanotechnology, programming, microbiology, and more.  (Not to mention the tour that let us go on the field at the Big House!)
A big thank-you goes out to Sandra Hines, the project manager, and the countless faculty and students who brought their knowledge and enthusiasm to the party.  A fun and inspiring time was had by all.
Go Blue! Xplore Engineering EventUniversity of MichiganCollege of EngineeringJune 26-27, 2014
Top to bottom:  This Is Oobleck, In the Wind Tunnel, More Oobleck, Building a Density Tower, Tuning the Robot, 3D Printing in the VisLab, Block M CAD, At the 50 in the Big House, In the Wave Field
Xplore Engineering was fantastic 2-day event held by the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering this past week.  It’s designed for students entering the 4th through 7th grades, accompanied by a parent or grandparent.  Over 20 different hands-on workshops and tours were offered, designed to introduce the students to all of the different areas of engineering at the college, including robotics, materials science, aviation, CAD and 3-D printing, biomechanics, manufacturing, radiation, rocketry, nanotechnology, programming, microbiology, and more.  (Not to mention the tour that let us go on the field at the Big House!)
A big thank-you goes out to Sandra Hines, the project manager, and the countless faculty and students who brought their knowledge and enthusiasm to the party.  A fun and inspiring time was had by all.
Go Blue! Xplore Engineering EventUniversity of MichiganCollege of EngineeringJune 26-27, 2014
Top to bottom:  This Is Oobleck, In the Wind Tunnel, More Oobleck, Building a Density Tower, Tuning the Robot, 3D Printing in the VisLab, Block M CAD, At the 50 in the Big House, In the Wave Field
Xplore Engineering was fantastic 2-day event held by the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering this past week.  It’s designed for students entering the 4th through 7th grades, accompanied by a parent or grandparent.  Over 20 different hands-on workshops and tours were offered, designed to introduce the students to all of the different areas of engineering at the college, including robotics, materials science, aviation, CAD and 3-D printing, biomechanics, manufacturing, radiation, rocketry, nanotechnology, programming, microbiology, and more.  (Not to mention the tour that let us go on the field at the Big House!)
A big thank-you goes out to Sandra Hines, the project manager, and the countless faculty and students who brought their knowledge and enthusiasm to the party.  A fun and inspiring time was had by all.
Go Blue! Xplore Engineering EventUniversity of MichiganCollege of EngineeringJune 26-27, 2014
Top to bottom:  This Is Oobleck, In the Wind Tunnel, More Oobleck, Building a Density Tower, Tuning the Robot, 3D Printing in the VisLab, Block M CAD, At the 50 in the Big House, In the Wave Field
Xplore Engineering was fantastic 2-day event held by the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering this past week.  It’s designed for students entering the 4th through 7th grades, accompanied by a parent or grandparent.  Over 20 different hands-on workshops and tours were offered, designed to introduce the students to all of the different areas of engineering at the college, including robotics, materials science, aviation, CAD and 3-D printing, biomechanics, manufacturing, radiation, rocketry, nanotechnology, programming, microbiology, and more.  (Not to mention the tour that let us go on the field at the Big House!)
A big thank-you goes out to Sandra Hines, the project manager, and the countless faculty and students who brought their knowledge and enthusiasm to the party.  A fun and inspiring time was had by all.
Go Blue! Xplore Engineering EventUniversity of MichiganCollege of EngineeringJune 26-27, 2014
Top to bottom:  This Is Oobleck, In the Wind Tunnel, More Oobleck, Building a Density Tower, Tuning the Robot, 3D Printing in the VisLab, Block M CAD, At the 50 in the Big House, In the Wave Field
Xplore Engineering was fantastic 2-day event held by the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering this past week.  It’s designed for students entering the 4th through 7th grades, accompanied by a parent or grandparent.  Over 20 different hands-on workshops and tours were offered, designed to introduce the students to all of the different areas of engineering at the college, including robotics, materials science, aviation, CAD and 3-D printing, biomechanics, manufacturing, radiation, rocketry, nanotechnology, programming, microbiology, and more.  (Not to mention the tour that let us go on the field at the Big House!)
A big thank-you goes out to Sandra Hines, the project manager, and the countless faculty and students who brought their knowledge and enthusiasm to the party.  A fun and inspiring time was had by all.
Go Blue! Xplore Engineering EventUniversity of MichiganCollege of EngineeringJune 26-27, 2014
Top to bottom:  This Is Oobleck, In the Wind Tunnel, More Oobleck, Building a Density Tower, Tuning the Robot, 3D Printing in the VisLab, Block M CAD, At the 50 in the Big House, In the Wave Field
Xplore Engineering was fantastic 2-day event held by the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering this past week.  It’s designed for students entering the 4th through 7th grades, accompanied by a parent or grandparent.  Over 20 different hands-on workshops and tours were offered, designed to introduce the students to all of the different areas of engineering at the college, including robotics, materials science, aviation, CAD and 3-D printing, biomechanics, manufacturing, radiation, rocketry, nanotechnology, programming, microbiology, and more.  (Not to mention the tour that let us go on the field at the Big House!)
A big thank-you goes out to Sandra Hines, the project manager, and the countless faculty and students who brought their knowledge and enthusiasm to the party.  A fun and inspiring time was had by all.
Go Blue! Xplore Engineering EventUniversity of MichiganCollege of EngineeringJune 26-27, 2014
Top to bottom:  This Is Oobleck, In the Wind Tunnel, More Oobleck, Building a Density Tower, Tuning the Robot, 3D Printing in the VisLab, Block M CAD, At the 50 in the Big House, In the Wave Field
Xplore Engineering was fantastic 2-day event held by the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering this past week.  It’s designed for students entering the 4th through 7th grades, accompanied by a parent or grandparent.  Over 20 different hands-on workshops and tours were offered, designed to introduce the students to all of the different areas of engineering at the college, including robotics, materials science, aviation, CAD and 3-D printing, biomechanics, manufacturing, radiation, rocketry, nanotechnology, programming, microbiology, and more.  (Not to mention the tour that let us go on the field at the Big House!)
A big thank-you goes out to Sandra Hines, the project manager, and the countless faculty and students who brought their knowledge and enthusiasm to the party.  A fun and inspiring time was had by all.
Go Blue! Xplore Engineering EventUniversity of MichiganCollege of EngineeringJune 26-27, 2014
Top to bottom:  This Is Oobleck, In the Wind Tunnel, More Oobleck, Building a Density Tower, Tuning the Robot, 3D Printing in the VisLab, Block M CAD, At the 50 in the Big House, In the Wave Field
Xplore Engineering was fantastic 2-day event held by the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering this past week.  It’s designed for students entering the 4th through 7th grades, accompanied by a parent or grandparent.  Over 20 different hands-on workshops and tours were offered, designed to introduce the students to all of the different areas of engineering at the college, including robotics, materials science, aviation, CAD and 3-D printing, biomechanics, manufacturing, radiation, rocketry, nanotechnology, programming, microbiology, and more.  (Not to mention the tour that let us go on the field at the Big House!)
A big thank-you goes out to Sandra Hines, the project manager, and the countless faculty and students who brought their knowledge and enthusiasm to the party.  A fun and inspiring time was had by all.
Go Blue! Xplore Engineering EventUniversity of MichiganCollege of EngineeringJune 26-27, 2014
Top to bottom:  This Is Oobleck, In the Wind Tunnel, More Oobleck, Building a Density Tower, Tuning the Robot, 3D Printing in the VisLab, Block M CAD, At the 50 in the Big House, In the Wave Field
Xplore Engineering was fantastic 2-day event held by the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering this past week.  It’s designed for students entering the 4th through 7th grades, accompanied by a parent or grandparent.  Over 20 different hands-on workshops and tours were offered, designed to introduce the students to all of the different areas of engineering at the college, including robotics, materials science, aviation, CAD and 3-D printing, biomechanics, manufacturing, radiation, rocketry, nanotechnology, programming, microbiology, and more.  (Not to mention the tour that let us go on the field at the Big House!)
A big thank-you goes out to Sandra Hines, the project manager, and the countless faculty and students who brought their knowledge and enthusiasm to the party.  A fun and inspiring time was had by all.
Go Blue!

Xplore Engineering Event
University of Michigan
College of Engineering
June 26-27, 2014

Top to bottom:  This Is Oobleck, In the Wind Tunnel, More Oobleck, Building a Density Tower, Tuning the Robot, 3D Printing in the VisLab, Block M CAD, At the 50 in the Big House, In the Wave Field

Xplore Engineering was fantastic 2-day event held by the University of Michigan’s College of Engineering this past week.  It’s designed for students entering the 4th through 7th grades, accompanied by a parent or grandparent.  Over 20 different hands-on workshops and tours were offered, designed to introduce the students to all of the different areas of engineering at the college, including robotics, materials science, aviation, CAD and 3-D printing, biomechanics, manufacturing, radiation, rocketry, nanotechnology, programming, microbiology, and more.  (Not to mention the tour that let us go on the field at the Big House!)

A big thank-you goes out to Sandra Hines, the project manager, and the countless faculty and students who brought their knowledge and enthusiasm to the party.  A fun and inspiring time was had by all.

Go Blue!

Brooklyn Bridge
New York City

April 6, 2014

Statue of Liberty and Port Jersey
New York City

April 6, 2014

Citibikes in Chinatown

New York City
April 6, 2014

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Trilliums
Brandon Township, Michigan
May 18, 2014

Staten Island Ferry

New York City
April 6, 2014

On the Staten Island Ferry

April 6, 2014

"34"
34th Street Station
New York City

April 6, 2014

Lower Manhattan and the East River

April 6, 2014

George M. Cohan Statue
Times Square, New York City

April 6, 2011