Title

Impulse

Document Type

Magazine

Editor

Dave Graves

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Publisher

Office of University Relations and the College of Engineering, South Dakota State University

Publication Date

Winter 2002

Number of Pages

28

Table of Contents

Features:
[Page] 2 Yellowstone solar project creates powerful memories
[Page] 4 Crothers contractor on schedule for summer completion
[Page] 6 Engineering Resource Center enhances region's commerce
Students:
[Page] 8 More students remain in state for engineering, technology jobs
[Page] 10 Enrollment booming in 'practical' engineering department
[Page] 12 Job Fair gives students inside track at careers
[Page] 13 Students gain valuable insight as engineering interns
[Page] 14 Electrical engineering staff hails from five different countries
[Page] 15 Finding excellence in FE test
[Page] 16 Even when you fall short, there's much to be gained
[Page] 17 Student marksmen outfire professional contractors
[Page] 18 Engineering students present plan to convert church into jail
[Page] 19 Putting ideas into practice
Faculty:
[Page] 20 Computer science professor creates secure data base for NASA
[Page] 21 Cluster computing can save time, money
[Page] 22 Welcome to campus. Nine newcomers join the faculty
[Page] 23 Rich Reid gains additional duties as acting assistant clean
Contributors:
[Page] 24 Deans Club

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© 2002 South Dakota State University

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Graphic design: Kristi Schelhaas
Photography: Dave Graves, Kyle Johnson, Eric Landwehr

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