Gordon College's 3-2 engineering program offers uncompromised preparation for transferring to an engineering program while receiving the distinctive liberal arts experience that is Gordon. The Robert W. Bowden Engineering lab provides students with state-of-the-art technology and myriad undergraduate research opportunities.
The Robert W. Bowden Engineering Lab where our 3-2 Engineering program students play with lasers and break things. Notice the overhead delivery of power, data, air and vacuum.
Color-sensing and pattern-recognition robot labs use the rainbow tiling down the center aisle.
Custom designed cabinetry for golf club storage. Dr. Lee's research interests include the physics and materials of golf club heads.
Heavy-duty "E-lift" tables can support over 1,000 lbs. and are electrically height-adjustable.
Eight 4-foot wide sliding glass marker boards sit in front of eight more 4-foot wide sliding white boards. Each lab group has its own panels for discussion and group work.
This is the lab where students get hands-on research experience working with advanced metallic and ceramic materials.