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Showcasing Success, Innovate to Grow Highlights Student Ingenuity
Students Take the Lead in LEED Certification of SE1 Building
An Engineering Service Learning (ESL) team composed of students from various disciplines spearheaded the SE1 certification process during the spring 2016 and fall 2017 semesters.
Outreach Links Students With the Community
Engineering Service Learning's Captivated Thinking Project featured in the December issue of Merced Monthly. Click here to check it out!
LEED Lab project receives recognition from US Green Building Council
"Student participation in LEED Lab has far-reaching impacts—from the classroom to the community to the consciousness of tomorrow’s green industry leaders." - USGBC Article
2017 Spring Innovate to Grow winners: Project Protect.
Congratulations to the 2017 Spring Innovate to Grow winning team, Project Protect! Check out their team under their project page.


Leave a lasting impact on your community and gain valuable hands-on experience through the Engineering Service Learning course. Students enrolled in Engineering Service Learning (ENGR 097/197) course work on multi-disciplinary teams to solve design challenges faced by local non-profit organizations and gain experience while developing hands-on professional and technical skills. Project members are staffed and lead by students providing a real-word opportunity for leadership development. To learn more about our members, click here.