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Riley Dunn, Mechanical Engineering & Management IV and Chassis Lead for MAC Formula Electric

"This course also offers guidance on creating a work portfolio to showcase the contribution I've made to the Formula team, and I’ve found this extremely helpful to complement my resume with much more detail about my work."

"This year I was able to be one of the first to take part in McMaster’s new Experiential Engineering Design Course. This course allowed me to use the work I put into the MAC Formula Electric team for a course credit, so I can focus more on team projects such as designing and building a new carbon fibre chassis. This course also offers guidance on creating a work portfolio to showcase the contribution I've made to the Formula team, and I’ve found this extremely helpful to complement my resume with much more detail about my work. Experiential learning provides me with a unique way to apply the theory that I have learned in class to real-life scenarios, including an emphasis on both design and professional communication. I consider this direct hands-on experience equally as important to my overall engineering knowledge, which will guide me to making the right decisions in the future."