Title

Impulse

Document Type

Magazine

Editor

Cindy Rickeman

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Publisher

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

Publication Date

Spring 2006

Number of Pages

36

Table of Contents

Features:
[Page] 2 New scoreboards put Jacks, alums on high-tech display: Daktronics installs its most unique system yet
[Page] 4 Lighting the way: New electrical engineering doctorate to focus on photovoltaics
[Page] 6 Minor approved in biomedical engineering: Students can now earn a minor degree in this hot field
[Page] 8 Construction Management program gets 'big gold star': The first and only CM program in the state is now accredited
[Page] 10 JEC brings Gibson, Boisjoly to campus: Former astronaut, aerospace engineer deliver their message
Students:
[Page] 11 Haskins + 3 = 4 Geotek interns: Gaining real-world experience
[Page] 12 Whitney Karpen: She doesn't have one ideal career, she has three
[Page] 14 Life after college: Student trips help shape career goals
[Page] 16 Jennifer Shin: Summer stint leads to IBM job offer
[Page] 17 Senior Design Conference: Applying skills to real-world problems
[Page] 18 Job Fair: A pivotal source for students' careers
College:
[Page] 19 Bartlett & West Engineers: Alumni generosity creates resource room [Page] 20 Advisory Board: Introducing its twenty-three members
[Page] 24 New Faculty and Appointments: Welcome to the new eighteen
Alumni:
[Page] 25 Children of Alumni: Tuition policy hopes to attract more non-residents to SDSU
[Page] 26 Jim Wilcox: Touching South Dakota lives
[Page] 28 Harvey Owren: Researcher gives back to support faculty education
[Page] 29 Dornbush Scholarship: Kudos to "Doc" from former students
Contributors:
[Page] 30 Dean's Club

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© 2006 South Dakota State University

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Photography: Eric Landwehr

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