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

Spring 2000

Number of Pages

43

Table of Contents

Features:
[Page] 2 Students find 'fresh project with construction of hovercraft
[Page] 4 Students build award-winning moonbuggy in their first try
[Page] 5 Improved jig assembly leaves ADVANCE manager tickled
[Page] 6 Once again, SDSU students win the ASME design contest
[Page] 7 Former dean Duane Sander is still solving problems
[Page] 8 Daktronics co-founder Aelred Kurtenbach offers simple advice
[Page] 10 Isaak earns reputation as national leader in quality control
[Page] 12 Gene Amdahl is truly an entrepreneur at heart
[Page] 13 Entrepreneur of the Year takes uncomplicated approach
[Page] 14 Schmidt creates company to call his own
College:
[Page] 16 Tuntland thanks SDSU in a big way
[Page] 18 Donations create region's only fiber optics lab
[Page] 20 High school Expo events put fun into engineering
[Page] 28 Phonathon hits record total
Faculty:
[Page] 21 Love for students motivates Bergum in his forty-two year career
[Page] 22 DeBoer's job took him to more than a dozen countries
[Page] 23 Schaefer engineers a successful NCAA wrestling tourney
[Page] 24 Career commuter Jeny Sorensen calls it quits
[Page] 25 Brown chosen to speak at international symposium
Students:
[Page] 26 A Korean native finds that her true homeland is in Minneapolis
[Page] 27 Top engineering student spends a year studying in Venezuela
Alumni:
[Page] 29 'Maritime marvel' harbors years of memories
[Page] Alumni news
Contributors:
[Page] 30 Dean's Club
[Page] 31-40 Donors

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© 2000 South Dakota State University

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Graphic design: Virginia Coudron
Photography: Dave Graves, Lisa Schaefer, Eric Landwehr

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