ARCHIVE November, 2008

Solanki wins Student Award

Kiran Solanki, a ME graduate student and research associate from CAVS (Center for Advanced Vehicular Systems), has been selected to receive the SAE Henry O. Fuchs Student Award. The purpose of this award is to promote the education of engineering students in the area of fatigue technology.

Students participate in Project COPE

In the Introduction to Mechanical Engineering course (ME1111), the students participate in an exercise that builds leadership and teamwork skills. The exercise uses the Boy’s Scouts of America developed Project COPE (Challenging Outdoor Personal Experience). The ME 1111 students “before participating in Project COPE are not really talking to each other, but after participation in […]

Berry honored with Distinguished Professor Award

Dr. John Berry, E.P. Coleman Professor in Mechanical Engineering, has received the 2008 Foundry Educational Foundation and American Foundry Society (FEF/AFS) Distinguished Professor Award in appreciation for the furtherance of the goals and ideals of the Foundry Educational Foundation. Foundry Educational Foundation College-Industry Conference The College-Industry Conference of the Foundry Educational Foundation (FEF) took place […]