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Template:Infobox416 Welcome to the Industrial Design Clinic Wiki. The purpose of this wiki is to build a go-to resource for Design Clinic participants and engineering colleagues at WSU, and to share what we are learning with others.


In this course, we work directly with industrial project sponsors to solve real engineering problems. We are responsible for every aspect of project management, from scoping to production, including budget, travel, and business communication. In addition to using the wiki for long-term knowledge management, we use Base Camp to manage day-to-day tasks, file sharing, and communication.


These pages exist within WSU Wiki, which is open to the Washington State University network. Please feel free to comment or contribute to this effort, as this is a community resource and we value your input.


If you are interested in sponsoring a project, please feel free to contact the director for more information.



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