Caterpillar Alumni and Foundation Help
Develop New Studio Course Laboratory
Classroom at Rose-Hulman
$100,000 gift from Rose-Hulman Institute of
Technology alumni of Caterpillar Inc. and
the Caterpillar Foundation is allowing
students to expand their knowledge of
electronic circuits, electrical engineering
and computer engineering through a new
studio-style laboratory classroom.
Rose-Hulman President Samuel F.
Hulbert and John Winters, alumnus and
retired general manager of
Caterpillar, during the dedication of
the new studio laboratory.
educational workspace was dedicated in
Moench Hall on Oct. 3 by Rose-Hulman
President Samuel Hulbert and John Winters, a
1949 Rose-Hulman graduate who is a retired
vice president and general manager of
Rose-Hulman alumni have raised money which,
together with a grant from the National
Science Foundation, has enabled Rose-Hulman
to construct and equip the new laboratory
classroom. The studio classroom is being
used by students from electrical, computer,
and mechanical engineering.
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