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CAD (Computer Assisted Design) Student Presentation / Competition

CAD (Computer Assisted Design) Student Presentation / Competition

CAD Presentation/Competition

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

DATE: December 16, 2016

CONTACT: Maralin Roffino

845-574-4244

mroffino@sunyrockland.edu

CAD (Computer Assisted Design) Student Presentation / Competition
free and open to the public

 

RAMAPO: Rockland Community College CAD students will present their final design projects to a professional panel for critique at a special event organized by their instructor, Khader Humied. All are welcome to come see RCC student work and learn more about computer assisted design.

 

Wednesday, December 21
Technology Center (room 8376)
11 am & 6 pm
Contact Khader Humied for questions khumied@sunyrockland.edu

 

The students’ final project of the semester is to design a state-of-the-art energy efficient home. They built digital 3D models using SketchUp software and will be presenting their (to-scale) cardboard models while defending their design to the panel of professionals.

Sam Draper Honors student Draven Espinal says he has, “some appreciation for contemporary architectural elements,” though he remains committed to a core aesthetic inspiration firmly grounded in classical lines. He is excited about the opportunities provided by CAD as he pursues his goal of a career in architecture. Draven began this semester with more than 20 RCC credits already earned while in high school at North Rockland. While taking a rigorous honors curriculum, Draven is on track to earn an AA degree in Liberal Arts: Math & Science. Mark Kosturik, another participating CAD student, is from Monroe, NY, and pursuing his associate’s degree at RCC in CIS (Computer Information Systems).

Learning CAD can be an incredibly useful skill, with a broad-range of applications in many fields besides the obvious paths in design and manufacturing. Learn more about earning the CAD Certificate (30-32 credits) at RCC. Classes are conveniently scheduled to allow for work/family time commitments.

 

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