Facilities & Resources
Mechanical Engineering Office (Kingsbury W101)
The ME office is open from 8:00 AM to 12:30 and from 1:00 to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday. Tracey Harvey manages the office. Students are encouraged to contact her during office hours about any concerns or questions.
ME Smith Computer Cluster
The Mechanical Engineering computer cluster is located in room W114. There are a number of PC workstations running Pro/Engineer and other modern engineering software. The cluster is open 24 hours, 7 days a week. As you progress through the program you will find that more of your assignments will require use of these facilities.
The undergraduate lounge is located in Kingsbury Hall, room W136. This lounge is available to ME students 24 hours, 7 days per week and offers students a quiet place to work on various assignments.
There are several undergraduate laboratories in the department (listed below).
Mr. Sheldon Parent is the supervisor of these laboratories.
|Computational Mechanics Lab||Kingsbury Hall, S212|
|Design & Manufacturing Lab||Kingsbury Hall, S215|
|Engine Test Lab||Kingsbury Hall, S109 & S109A|
|ME Fluids Lab||Kingsbury Hall, S113|
|Systems & Control Lab||Kingsbury Hall, S221|
|Product Development Lab||Kingsbury Hall, S211|
|Thermodynamics Lab||Kingsbury Hall, S125|
|Materials Science Lab||Parsons Hall, N122|
Other laboratory and analysis facilities that are used by the Mechanical Engineering undergraduate students and faculty include:
|Jere Chase Ocean Engineering Lab||24 Colovos Road|
|CEPS Machine Shop||Kingsbury Hall, S161|
Mailboxes and Buckley Amendment
Student mailboxes (individual folders contained in a large filing cabinet) are located in the Mechanical Engineering Smith Computer Cluster (Kings W114). Each student is assigned a separate folder. It is recommended that students check their folder on a regular basis for notices, announcements, and returned assignments. Students who wish to receive their homework assignments, quizzes, exams, and reports via their student folder must complete a Buckley Amendment form which is available from the ME Office. This form is usually distributed during Wildcat Days at the beginning of the fall semester to all new incoming students. All new transfer students receive the form in their folder.
All UNH students are also assigned a University mailbox which is located on the second floor of the Memorial Union Building (MUB). For more information about these mailboxes please visit: http://www.unhmub.com/mub/granite-square-station-mailroom.
Students who are experiencing academic difficulties can obtain help through a number of tutoring programs. For math courses, the Math Department runs a tutoring program at the Mac Center (see below). The Tau Beta Pi Honor Society also runs a tutoring program which covers many freshmen/sophomore courses.
Help Sessions by the ME Department
The ME Department also employs tutors to help students in chemistry, physics, calculus and sophomore and junior level required courses. Students who need help should contact the Department Secretary,Tracey Harvey, at 862-1353.
Bottom of Christensen Hall, Tel. (603)-862-3576
The Math Department offers help with calculus courses. Students are strongly encouraged to seek help with their homework and to ask questions at the MaC Center. The Center normally opens the second week of classes. For more information, contact the MaC Center.
Smith Hall - 3rd Floor, Tel. (603) 862-2090
See the Counseling Center Web site.
The Center for Academic Resources (CFAR)
Wolff House, Tel. (603)- 862-3698
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