Mechanisms Committee Student Design Competition (Undergraduate & Graduate Divisions)

ASME Unit:   Design Engineering Division (DED)
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Achievement:   Creativity, practicality, manufacturability, integrity of the analysis, quality of the model, project description, and presentation
Limitations:   Must be current undergraduate or graduate student and registered full time in school through the spring before final completion at Design Technical Conference. Must have a faculty sponsor.
Nomination Deadline:   8/10
Form of Award:   Engrossed certificate--monetary award dependent on success of fund raising
Frequency of Award:   Biannual
Administrative:   Design Engineering Division Mechanisms Committee
Level of Award:   Division
Selected By:   Volunteer judges from industry and academia
Selecting Process:   Regional finalists selected on basis of quality of written project report of 500-1500 word length. Finalists attend conference to display projects and make 15 minute oral presentation on work. Judges rank projects and presentations.
Funding:   Donations sought from industry for each competition
Date Created:   10/18/2000
Date Modified:   11/19/2009
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Winners of the Mechanisms Committee Student Design Conpetition (Undergraduate & Graduate Divisions)

1990 Graduate Division 1st Place Winner - Tom Halvorsen
1990 Undergraduate Division 2nd Place Winner - Larry Howell
1990 Graduate Division 2nd Place Winner - Pam Hanly
1990 Undergraduate Division 3rd Place Winner - Johnathan Anderson
1990 Undergraduate Division 4th Place Winner - Stacey Rexroat
1992 Undergraduate Division 1st Place Winner - Scott Stokes
1992 Graduate Division 1st Place Winner - Leo Benetti-Longhini
1992 Undergraduate Division 2nd Place Winner - Tim Tylaska
1992 Graduate Division 2nd Place Winner - Karen Schlangen
1992 Undergraduate Division 3rd Place Winner - David M. Ruch
1992 Graduate Division 3rd Place Winner - Mike Morrow