ME 481 THOMAS ALVA EDISON UNDERGRADUATE DESIGN AWARD
The Edison Scholars are recognized as the ME 481 Design Team that has produced the most outstanding project. A jury of experts from industry and academia evaluate the final reports, the posters, and the final oral presentations in determining the award winners. Teams operating under ME 481 that include members from other departments and colleges are also eligible for this award. The funding for this award is provided by the Shell Oil Company.
Prof. Clark Radcliffe presenting to Kyle Bateman, Adrienne Burger, John Schultz, Alexander Douglas, and Jeff Holley
ME 481 ORAL PRESENTATION AWARD
The best ME 481 oral presentation as determined by the ME 481 students is recognized with this award.
Prof. Clark Radcliffe presenting to Pete Redente, Ben Nursch, Jack Johnson, and Matt Pung
ME 481 OUTSTANDING POSTER AWARD
The ME 481 Outstanding Poster Award recognizes the best poster presented by an ME 481 design project team as judged by a team of individuals from industry and academia. Judging is based on both technical content and aesthetic layout
Prof. Radcliffe presenting to Adam Blumerich, Mark Goldy, Mark Holmes, and Ross Loynes
ME 471 MACHINE DESIGN AWARD
The student team members winning the ME 471 competition at Design Day are recognized with the Machine Design Award. The award winners are determined by the course instructors based on team scoring in the competition. Tire funding for this award is provided by the Shell Oil Company.
Nick Righetti, Sarah Stoner, Mike O’Brien, Alex Danaj with Dr. Scott Kiefer presenting the award
ME 412 HEAT TRANSFER LABORATORY HEAT TRANSFER DESIGN AWARD
The student team members winning the ME 412 competition at Design Day are recognized by the Heat Transfer Design Award. The award winners are determined by the course instructor based on team scoring in the competition.
Jeff Holley, Alexander Doughs, John Schultz with Dr. Laura Genik presenting the award
ME 371 MECHANICAL DESIGN I KIDS’ CHOICE AWARD
The pre-college students participating in Design Day vote for the most outstanding ME 371 project. The winning team is designated as the Kids’ Choice Award. This team is recognized with a plaque designed and manufactured by Mr. Jon Thon’s 7th grade technolog)’ class at Holt Junior High School.
Dean Satish Udpa, Matthew Malek, Peter Schultz, Jeffrey Klegon, Thomas Klotzbach and Prof. Brian Thompson presenting the award