Ten East Carolina University students received national recognition for work completed during the fall 2012 semester.
The work was in partial fulfillment of requirements for a bachelor of science degree in design, which is administered by ECU’s Department of Technology Systems. The recognition resulted from the students having competed in the American Design Drafting Association’s (ADDA) 2012-13 Design Drafting Contest.
Because of their academic preparation and experience, all the ECU students were required to compete in Category A (advanced level). Divisions were A-RES (Architectural Residential Design Drafting), A-COM (Architectural Commercial Design Drafting), A-MECH (Machine and Mechanical Working Drawings), and A-OPEN (Open).
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