RWU professors fabricate face shields to protect frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic, delivering over 900 face shields (and counting) to first responders, healthcare workers, and people who work with vulnerable populations.
RWU Engineering faculty put their ingenuity to work to meet learning goals from hands-on lab courses through video and practical lab approaches. This story is part of a series highlighting RWU's innovative, student-centered approaches to education, with classes online for the remainder of the semester.
Senior engineering majors long planned to be fabricating projects in the new SECCM Labs building this spring. Continuing projects remotely has instead allowed them to develop essential project-collaboration communication skills that working engineers use every day.
Senior Megan Willgoos, a Journalism major and Graphic Design minor, who accepted a position as Multimedia Journalist with KTVL News in Medford, Oregon and plans to relocate in May, reflects on entering this field in the time of coronavirus.