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Home Austin Peay State University sophomore Madalyn Mercer of Humphreys County said of the new mechatronics system: “Whenever I go for an interview and they ask me what this mechatronics equipment is, I’ll know the answer, and if they ask if I know how to use it, I’ll say, ‘Yes, I do. They taught me at Austin Peay.'” Austin Peay State University sophomore Madalyn Mercer of Humphreys County said of the new mechatronics system: “Whenever I go for an interview and they ask me what this mechatronics equipment is, I’ll know the answer, and if they ask if I know how to use it, I’ll say, ‘Yes, I do. They taught me at Austin Peay.'"

Austin Peay State University sophomore Madalyn Mercer of Humphreys County said of the new mechatronics system: “Whenever I go for an interview and they ask me what this mechatronics equipment is, I’ll know the answer, and if they ask if I know how to use it, I’ll say, ‘Yes, I do. They taught me at Austin Peay.'”

Austin Peay State University sophomore Madalyn Mercer of Humphreys County said of the new mechatronics system: “Whenever I go for an interview and they ask me what this mechatronics equipment is, I’ll know the answer, and if they ask if I know how to use it, I’ll say, ‘Yes, I do. They taught me at Austin Peay.'"

Austin Peay State University sophomore Madalyn Mercer of Humphreys County said of the new mechatronics system: “Whenever I go for an interview and they ask me what this mechatronics equipment is, I’ll know the answer, and if they ask if I know how to use it, I’ll say, ‘Yes, I do. They taught me at Austin Peay.'”

Austin Peay State University junior Ushma Patel of Clarksville works with the new $300,000 mechatronics system.
Joshua Schlensker and Ushma Patel, both of Clarksville, and APSU lab technician Timothy Daniel examine the new mechatronics equipment.