Clemson engineering department partners with Chastain Road


Fourteen classes from Chastain Road Elementary visited the Engineering department at Clemson University on Dec. 4. Throughout the fall semester, Clemson engineering students partnered with students to construct several projects. They visited Chastain Road Elementary regularly throughout the semester to test their designs and presented them to the classes in a “science fair” format. The projects were then donated to Chastain Road Elementary for future use. Fifth graders Joshua Queen and Tommy West operate a crane that was built by CU Engineering students to demonstrate the use of hydraulics.


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Fourteen classes from Chastain Road Elementary visited the Engineering department at Clemson University on Dec. 4. Throughout the fall semester, Clemson engineering students partnered with students to construct several projects. They visited Chastain Road Elementary regularly throughout the semester to test their designs and presented them to the classes in a “science fair” format. The projects were then donated to Chastain Road Elementary for future use. Fifth graders Joshua Queen and Tommy West operate a crane that was built by CU Engineering students to demonstrate the use of hydraulics.

Fourteen classes from Chastain Road Elementary visited the Engineering department at Clemson University on Dec. 4. Throughout the fall semester, Clemson engineering students partnered with students to construct several projects. They visited Chastain Road Elementary regularly throughout the semester to test their designs and presented them to the classes in a “science fair” format. The projects were then donated to Chastain Road Elementary for future use. Fifth graders Joshua Queen and Tommy West operate a crane that was built by CU Engineering students to demonstrate the use of hydraulics.
http://pickenssentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/web1_chastainelemengineers.jpgFourteen classes from Chastain Road Elementary visited the Engineering department at Clemson University on Dec. 4. Throughout the fall semester, Clemson engineering students partnered with students to construct several projects. They visited Chastain Road Elementary regularly throughout the semester to test their designs and presented them to the classes in a “science fair” format. The projects were then donated to Chastain Road Elementary for future use. Fifth graders Joshua Queen and Tommy West operate a crane that was built by CU Engineering students to demonstrate the use of hydraulics. Courtesy photo
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