Harvey Mudd College gathers on the first Tuesday of May for its annual Projects Day.
This free, public event features student teams presenting results from more than 40 Clinic projects, unique capstone experiences that allow students to provide solutions for corporate, national laboratory and agency sponsors.
The day’s lineup includes engineering, computer science, global, mathematics and physics Clinic projects. Joint projects with two or more disciplines are common.
Projects Day begins with a poster session at 10:30 a.m. in the Platt Campus Center. At 1 p.m., participants can attend the program’s general session, featuring welcoming remarks from President Maria Klawe and Dean of Faculty Jeff Groves and the presentation of the Milestone Awards, which celebrate organizations that have sponsored multiple Clinics.
Student teams begin presenting their projects at 1:30 p.m. Attendees have time to attend up to six presentations.