Theme Park Engineering Group at the University of Michigan!

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Theme Park Engineering Group at the University of Michigan!

Postby tdh10 » Fri Oct 26, 2018 1:59 am

Hey, just wanted to pop in and share my group on the University of Michigan's campus, Theme Park Engineering Group (TPEG). We are a voluntary student organization with a goal to introduce students to the theme park and roller coaster design industries, emphasizing engineering and professional relationships.

TPEG’s aforementioned goals are accomplished through weekly meetings, hosted speakers, networking opportunities, group trips, and design projects that encourage open conversation, idea sharing, and cross-disciplinary collaboration as necessary preparation for relevant careers in amusement engineering. We are currently entering our third year on campus as a registered organization, and have a multitude of projects this fall including regional competitions, open house Q&As, and a campus haunted house. To learn more, we have all of these social media accounts to make it easy to keep up!

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