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Voiland College of Engineering and Architecture Innovation 2013 – Aerospace Edition

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WSU student in a swimming pool with RoboSub at a competitionRoboSub Club of the Palouse travels to San Diego

Students from Washington State University and University of Idaho built an unmanned submarine that competed in the International RoboSub Competition with 30 other national and international teams in San Diego in July. [more]

WSU chemical engineering students with ChemE CarChemically Powered Car Heads to National Competition

WSU chemical engineering students won first place at the regional ChemE Car competition in Bozeman, Montana, and competed at nationals in San Francisco in November. WSU’s car runs on a hydrogen fuel cell and is constructed with pre-made parts that make it light. [more]

Students Take First in National Design-Build Contest

A team of Washington State University construction management students earned first place in the Design-Build Institute of America’s first national student competition. DBIA is a national organization that promotes the integration of design and construction industries to more effectively carry out high-performance projects. [more]

First Place in Construction Management Competition

Washington State University construction management students won first place in the 2013 Associated Schools of Construction regional competition in Sparks, Nevada. According to the judges, the commercial team was “absolutely dominant” and the “stand-out winner by a wide margin,” said Jason Peschel, faculty team adviser and assistant professor in WSU’s School of Design and Construction. [more]

WSU’s Steel Bridge team membersStudents Attend National Steel Bridge Competition

WSU’s Steel Bridge team placed second at the regional competition in mid-May, earning them a place at nationals amongst 48 other teams from around the country and Canada. “For us building the bridge kind of became a hobby, or an obsession. We would think and talk about it even outside of group meetings and class,” said Kevin Chang, team captain. [more]