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FALL/WINTER 2002-2003

Featured articles

Engine Research Center
receives major boost from General Motors

Mechanical Engineering Building project progresses

Polymer conference kicks off new NSF center

ME faculty, alums honored at Oct. 26, 2002 Engineers' Day

Student automotive projects to get new home

Student wins scholarship

Vadim Shapiro's CAD advances give shape to engineering solutions

In memoriam

Department awards 91 scholarships

Faculty profiles: Darryl Thelen and Scott Sanders

Sanders paper wins prestigious award

Industrial Advisory Board tours ME research laboratories

Regular features

Message from the chair

Student wins scholarship

Mechanical engineering senior Molly Mitten was one of four women nationwide to receive a scholarship from engineering firm ABB and the Institute of International Education Global Engineering Education Exchange Program. The awards, which range from $1,500 to $3,000, help fund a semester of study abroad. Mitten is taking mechanical engineering and engineering mechanics and astronautics courses this semester in Turkey. The scholarships are designed to create a pool of well-trained global engineers equipped with foreign language ability, cross-cultural skills and international experience. Last year, industrial engineering student Megan Gibbs (BS '02) received this scholarship to study in Denmark.


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