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FALL/WINTER 2001-2002

Featured articles

Engineering students play key
role at Lindberg/
Blue M Electric

ME and Parker-Hannifin
dedicate gift to
mechatronics lab

CREATing new avenues
for intelligent
independence

New polymer engineering
center holds industry
consortium conference

ME department awards
$200,000 on scholarship
night

Honor roll 2000:
Mechanical engineering
donors

Engineering students host
national convention

ME students join Clean
Snowmobile Challenge

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Engineering students host national convention

John Bollinger

The UW-Madison chapter of Pi Tau Sigma, a national honor society for top juniors and seniors in mechanical engineering, hosted the 2001 Pi Tau Sigma National Convention November 2-4 at the Monona Terrace Convention Center. More than 250 students from 74 schools attended the event. The convention theme, "Proud of the Past, Committed to the Future," was especially fitting, as the Madison chapter is one of the co-founders of the 86-year-old organization. College of Engineering Dean Emeritus John G. Bollinger (right) was the keynote speaker for the convention banquet. You can read more about this conference and the student effort that went into planning it in the next issue of Perspective, due out next month.

 

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