Video: Summer Co-op in the Machining Mall

October 8, 2018

From lathes to mills to water jets, Anne Badgley is familiar with every machine in the Montgomery Machining Mall in the School of Mechanical Engineering at Tech. This summer, she worked in a co-op program at the Machining Mall, fabricating machine parts for faculty and students doing research on campus.

 

 

Badgley is a mechanical engineering major, poised to graduate in 2019. She’s usually in a classroom that has more men than women in it, but she doesn’t let that detract from her Tech experience in the least.

See her story here.

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