A group of systems engineering students recently visited the Peytonsville Baptist Church to assist them with their sound system. They verified, aligned and tuned the sound system in addition to providing hands-on training with the system for their worship team. According to Scott Munsell, the audio engineering lecturer on the trip, “It was a wonderful opportunity for our students to give back to the community as well as gain some excellent, real-world, hands-on experience applying the skills they’ve learned in Systems Engineering!”
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