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

Summer 2002

Number of Pages

52

Table of Contents

Features:
[Page] 2 New flume makes waves in fluid mechanics lab
[Page] 4 Solberg: Historic hall
[Page] 6 Crothers addition gets first use in spring
[Page] 8 Peters creates new energy
Students:
[Page] 9 Sigma Phi Delta loses campus location
[Page] 10 Students explore new territory with FIRST project
[Page] 12 Senior design projects give insight into engineering world
[Page] 13 Electrical engineering students make history
Faculty:
[Page] 15 Graphing gales, gusts and gentle breezes
[Page] 16 A marriage made in the stars
[Page] 18 College's OSHA personnel feel impact of World Trade Center
[Page] 21 Paving new ground in gravel maintenance
College:
[Page] 22 Apollo astronaut caps off successful Space Day
[Page] 24 Making the connection
[Page] 26 Expo a positive experience for college, high school students
[Page] 27 Have your Pi and e it, too!
[Page] 28 Format change enhances industry symposium
[Page] 29 New assistant dean Richard Reid's life full of engineering expertise
Alumni:
[Page] 30 Engineer Robert Dutcher is in the life-saving business
[Page] 31 College pays tribute to its Distinguished Engineers
[Page] 32 GPS field pointed A.J. Van Dierendonck to success
[Page] 33 Years don't erase Emmett Myhre's love for State
[Page] 34 Time precious for work-driven Wanda Reder
Contributors:
[Page] 36-38 Dean's Club
[Page] 39-48 Donors

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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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