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[Page] 2 New MTS machine takes university researchers to another level: With a push, pull, or a twist, the new MTS machine allows faculty and students to conduct research at another level.
[Page] 4 Stat students profit from Big Blue: SDSU alums at IBM ;pearhead fund-raising for a new computerized statistics lab.
[Page] 6 Too much fun to quit ... almost: Dean Vi1gil Ellerbruch is stepping down after thirty-four years.
[Page] 8 Rebuilding a life: In a wheelchair 12,000 miles from home, a Bangladesh student still plans to earn his master's, and "do something for me and this world."
[Page] 9 NASA turns to SDSU researchers: Schille1; Helder lead a project to verify satellite information for the space agency.
[Page] 12 Baumberger receives $2,000 scholarship from ASCE
[Page] 13 Department organizations honor top students
[Page] 14 Discovering Dakota hospitality
[Page] 16 College welcomes eight new faculty members
[Page] 18 Familiar faces tabbed as department heads
[Page] 19 Summer job sparks Robert Finch's second career
[Page] 20 EerNisse among SDSU's finest
[Page] 21 Making a lasting impact
[Page] 22 From tinkering tot to mechanical engineer
[Page] 23 New electrical engineering scholarship established
[Page] 24 Dean's Club
© 2001 South Dakota State University
Graves, Dave; Johnson, Kyle; and Schaefer, Lisa, "Impulse" (2001). Impulse (Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering Publication). 37.