January 24, 2008
Cowley's Mechatronics program to be featured at State Capitol
Cowley College’s Mechatronics program has been
selected to be featured at the K-ACTE (Kansas Association of Career and
Technical Education) Technology Showcase.
The showcase will be held Feb. 11 at the Kansas State Capitol in Topeka. Representing Cowley’s Mechatronics program will be Bruce Crouse, Chris Cosby, Sandy Randel, and two students from the class.
The event provides an opportunity for new and innovative technology programs to be exposed to the Kansas legislature and other community colleges and technical schools throughout the state.
“I am very pleased to see one of Cowley’s programs selected for the Technology Showcase,” Crouse said. “As chair of Career and Technical Education it is very rewarding to see the efforts of CTE staff and members of our business community being recognized in Topeka.”
The Mechatronics program gives students skills on how to repair automated systems.