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Currently Mines, as you say, offers a lot of busywork and academics, which is necessary for ALL engineers to graduate. However, it also offers opportunities through clubs and organizations to do the type of engineering hands on projects you are speaking of. As a student you have to go find these opportunities. ORGsync is a great resource!
If you want the curriculum to change: talk to teachers. If you want more opportunities: join clubs and make them bigger. If you want to change the whole school direction: talk to the president over pizza.
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I respect where this idea is coming from. As a engineering geologist student, the field session for our major is nothing but six weeks of hands on learning that is crucial to our advancement in understanding of our field of study. Mapping for six weeks is a realistic application of what many of us may end up doing for a job. Maybe other field sessions could be modeled to embrace our practicality. But, our field session should not be scraped.
Unfortunately, the streets are owned by the City of Golden and will not allow the school to paint lines for street parking.
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