A typical day generally consists in performing fluids experiments and/or simulations, and analyzing data in a productive and helping environment. The graduate advisors in the fluid mechanics department are generous with their time in making sure their research assistants and graduate students are well-equipped with adequate computational resources, Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software, experimental apparatus, and general fluids knowledge. The CFD and Vortex labs are perfect environments for R&D. All students in both labs are very professional and are always open to helping newcomers. Part-time undergraduate Outstanding Scholars and full-time Research Assistants are welcome to work in the lab with the permission of their lab advisors.