|Virginia Tech |
Virginia Tech prepares students for productive, exciting careers with AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software, the most comprehensive product for the design, drafting, and management of civil engineering projects.
|Penn College Grads Ready for Work|
When students leave, they are armed with latest technology -- including CAD technology and Autodesk® Inventor™ skills -- and enjoy seamless transition into workforce.
|Haynes Whaley Associates: Structural Engineers|
An integrated project team led by structural engineers Haynes Whaley Associates uses Autodesk Building Information Modeling (BIM) solutions to complete a $38.5-million performing arts center in Huntsville, Texas.
|Stanford University: ME 310 Project|
Students from Aalto University and Stanford University use Autodesk® Inventor® and Autodesk® Inventor® Publisher software to design and document a sustainable laptop.
|Full Sail University|
Florida-based university uses Autodesk® Maya® software to teach challenging computer animation and game art courses.
|Sweet Briar College|
At Sweet Briar women's college, students learn Autodesk® Inventor® software to help strengthen their engineering skills.
Autodesk® Inventor® software enables Michigan Tech students to gain experience with Digital Prototyping and real-world design before they graduate and start careers.
|University of Portsmouth, England|
With Autodesk® 3ds Max® and Autodesk Maya integrated into the curriculum, students at the University of Portsmouth find a world of opportunities in the games, film, and TV production industries.
|Suiting Up for the Fast Lane|
Motorcycle-design student Jake Loniak uses Autodesk® Alias® software to design an innovative, wearable motorcycle that earns high praise from industry insiders.
|University of Aarhus|
Researchers at the University of Aarhus relied on Digital Prototyping with Autodesk Inventor to overcome extreme design challenges when developing a wind sensor for the NASA Phoenix Lander’s meteorological station mast.
|UnternehmerTUM GmbH Technische Universität in Munich |
UnternehmerTUM GmbH, the center for entrepreneurship at Technische Universität in Munich (TU München), uses Autodesk Inventor software, the Student Engineering & Design Community, and the Autodesk Creative Curriculum to help students develop their ideas into tangible products and services.
Stanford graduate students use Autodesk software to develop a working prototype for a solution that could capture ideas, information, and decisions during design meetings attended by geographically dispersed teams.
|Lyme-Old Lyme Middle School|
Middle school students use Revit® Architecture software to model a futuristic school and win a national award for their efforts.
|Puget Sound Skills Center|
The Puget Sound Skills Center uses Autodesk® software to inspire 11th- and 12th-grade high school students to pursue careers in design, engineering, and technology.
|William Fremd High School|
William Fremd High School has introduced students to real-world engineering projects and professional software tools, such as Autodesk® Inventer® professional.
|John Paul II Catholic Secondary School|
Using Autodesk® Inventor®, AutoCAD® Architecture, and software from the Autodesk® AliasStudio™ product line, students are motivated to develop innovative designs and pursue careers in engineering.
|Petaluma City Schools|
High schools in Petaluma, California, are using Autodesk 3D solutions, including Autodesk® Inventor™ Professional and Revit® Architecture, to provide students with a link between learning science and math and developing skills used in real-world professions.
|University of Virginia|
With AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software as part of the curriculum, University of Virginia civil engineering students master the tools needed for successful careers.
|Quakertown High School: Thrill of 3D|
For students in technological studies classes at Quakertown Senior High School, the joy of learning includes simulating a lifelike roller coaster experience using Autodesk® 3ds Max® software.
|Preble High School|
Instructors at Preble High School find interest and proficiency in engineering concepts get a boost when students use Autodesk® Inventor™ and other Autodesk 3D tools.
|Maine Students Move to 3D Future|
Bath Regional Vocational Center and Morse High School students enhance math and science skills using Autodesk® 3D software to solve real-world problems.
|University of Minnesota|
University of Minnesota integrates Revit® Architecture software as part of its commitment to producing versatile, skilled architects.
|Project Lead the Way Partnership |
Project Lead the Way, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of pre-engineering instruction for middle- and high-school students, chose Autodesk® 2D and 3D software as the exclusive core of their project-based learning program.
|HSR University Integrates Civil 3D into the Classroom |
The Department of Landscape Architecture at Switzerland’s HSR University is one of a rapidly expanding number of university departments using AutoCAD® Civil 3D® software to teach drafting and design. The course uses Civil 3D to teach elements such as digital terrain modeling design and drafting.
|UC San Diego: Sun, Surf and Autodesk® Inventor™|
Don’t let San Diego’s idyllic weather and pristine beaches fool you into thinking its residents are all play and no work, especially when it comes to the hardworking students attending the UCSD Jacobs School of Engineering.
|North Carolina State University|
It’s not surprising that a university with more than 500 patents developed by faculty is a nationally recognized leader in science and technology. Now, its industrial design students have been learning Autodesk® AliasStudio™ software.
|Penn State University: BIM Curriculum|
Professors at this top-rated university provide architectural instruction in cutting-edge methodologies, including building information modeling (BIM) incorporating Revit® Architecture software.
|Brigham Young University: BIM Curriculum|
The construction management program at Brigham Young University (BYU) provides students with a broad background in construction technology, business, architecture, and engineering, with emphasis on the management of construction projects.
|Savannah College of Art and Design|
Autodesk® Revit® Building software helps students at the Savannah College of Art and Design master all aspects of design and design process. Using Revit Building, students can integrate and address an array of issues that shape a whole-building design development process.
|Oregon State University|
The College of Engineering curriculum at Oregon State University uses AutoCAD® Map 3D to deliver cutting-edge geospatial instruction and prepare students for real-life projects.