The College of Engineering Moving Images consist of two videotapes and a motion picture film. One of the videotapes describes the Multiple Engineering Cooperative Program (MECOP) and includes footage of current and former engineering students and representatives of companies that host interns through MECOP. The second videotape, Enginuity, is a promotional and recruiting videotape about the College of Engineering academic departments and programs. It includes footage of College of Engineering faculty and students. Both videotapes are VHS format. The videotapes have been digitized and are available online and on DVD in the reading room. Links to online streaming video are included with the detailed descriptions of the videotapes.
The motion picture film, Industrial Engineers was produced in about 1980 by Oregon State University. It is 16 mm color with sound and is about 15 minutes long (600 feet).
- Series 1: Videotapes, circa 1995 - 1996 Add to Shelf
- Series I consists of 2 VHS videotapes promoting the Multiple Engineering Cooperative Program (MECOP) and the College of Engineering's academic programs.
- Box-Item 1.1: Multiple Engineering Cooperative Program (MECOP), circa 1995 Add to Shelf
- (12:59) Several former and current MECOP students are featured in the video: Ross McLaughlin, Alex Samano, Doug Shank, and Angeline Wong. The following company representatives describe the benefits of the MECOP program to their businesses: Jeff Jarvis, Sequent Computer; Bob Emmerich, ADEC; Mike Smith, Freightliner; John Graham, Boeing; John Vandecoevering, Warn Industries; Paul Albertson, Mentor Graphics; and Fred Vetter, Oregon Freeze Dry.
- Box-Item 1.2: Enginuity Add to Shelf
- (15:09) Includes footage of the following College of Engineering faculty: Milo David Koretsky, Chemical Engineering; Stephen E. Dickensen, Civil Engineering; George E. Beekman, Computer Science; Ben Lee, Electrical and Computer Engineering; Kimberly Dawn Douglas, Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering; William F. Reiter, Jr., Mechanical Engineering; and Jose Reyes, Nuclear Engineering. Produced by EMA Video Productions, Portland, Oregon. Funded by Kelley Family Foundation.
- Series 2: Motion Picture Films, circa 1980 Add to Shelf
- Series II consists of one 16 mm color motion picture film, Industrial Engineers. The film includes sound and is approximately 15 minutes long (600 feet).
- Box-Item 2.1: Industrial Engineers Add to Shelf
Engineering--Study and teaching (Higher)--Oregon--Corvallis.
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Oregon State University--Students.
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