Fonds MAENG - Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering fonds

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Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering fonds

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MAENG

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  • 1967-2000 (Creation)
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    Carleton University. Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

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  • ca. 200 photographs
  • 22 slides

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The Bachelors Mechanical Engineering degree program began in the early 1960s and has formed a foundation for development of other Department programs and activities. From its beginnings, department research has spanned the entire technical scope of mechanical engineering, with Masters and PhD degrees offered since 1965. From its earliest days substantial aeronautical engineering activity has existed within the Department and in 1988 the undergraduate Aerospace program was introduced - the first fully dedicated Aerospace Engineering Bachelors degree program in Canada.

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Records were housed in an Engineering file room before being transported to the Archives.

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Fonds consists of one series relating to the operations of the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.

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