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The Rose Show

Our students are doing some really cool things. From capstone design projects for real-world clients, to competition team innovations, to freshman design studio creations. This is your chance to meet the students and see their work, ask questions and make connections.

Have you seen some of the amazing work our students are doing? They're taking what they learn in the classroom and using it to tackle all sorts of challenges. That's what engineers, scientists and mathematicians do, after all. But our students start doing it early--as early as their very first quarter--because we know that's how they become great problem solvers. 

For many years, Rose-Hulman (and Rose Poly before it) hosted an annual event called The Rose Show, to showcase to the public the innovative and interesting things students were doing on campus. Last year, we brought it back--with a modern twist. Along with inviting the general public, The Rose Show will have special opportunities for companies, professionals and alumni to interact with our students, provide feedback and make connections.

At The Rose Show, you can:

  • Lend your expertise as you help evaluate nearly 100 senior design projects from all disciplines
  • Meet with faculty and pitch your company’s latest idea as a future senior design project
  • Showcase your company, scout your future workforce and get in front of the best and brightest students before they become seniors
  • Or just come and be amazed at the cool things our seniors are doing

The 2019 Rose Show is Wednesday, May 1, 2019 in the Sports and Recreation Center on Rose-Hulman's campus.

11 a.m.- Noon - Deans' meet & greet
Noon - 2 p.m. - Senior design & project expo
2 p.m. - Awards

Consider becoming a Rose Show Sponsor. Contact Brandon Zollner, director of corporate and foundation relations, at 812-877-8443.

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