Hands-on Learning

Charleston Campus – Dr. Jeff Combs met with technology students to show them how to use a HAAS Desktop Mill. Students were taught how to program the machine and direct it to carve out letters on wood block, a valuable lesson and possible skill sought by potential employers.

Richmond-Moorefield Campus – While many lectures are being conducted remotely, students in Mr. Brad Lehmann’s CJ200-Investigations class gathered in a socially-distant lab environment on campus, participating in a crime sketch lab. Students like Daniel Fuentes (pictured) completed an analysis and rough sketch, using measurements and forensic photography, to render a digitized final sketch of the crime scene as a project for their criminal justice course. 

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