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[Page] 2 Enterprise Institute moves from idea to $2.3-million building: Three agencies operating out of three-story Enterprise Center.
[Page] 6 ACE & YEA camps put high schoolers on career path: The Aerospace Career and Education camp and the Youth Engineering Adventure camp both bring high schoolers lo camp for a week in the summer. Many of them are coming back when it's time to enroll as a collegian. Corporate sponsorship may help camp numbers grow.
[Page] 9 Four Programs reaccredited: The Electrical, Mechanical. Civil Engineering, and Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering programs all have been reaccredited for six years.
[Page] 10 New Doctorates: Classes begin in !he fall for degrees in statistics and geospatial science
[Page] 12 Dennis Helder wins top award: USGS honors department head with its top honor to non-employees
[Page] 14 Hassan Ghazi: retiring mechanical engineering professor marked twenty years at SDSU
[Page] 15 Nadim Wehbe: The College doesn't stop teaching engineers after they've been employed
[Page] 16 Delvin De Boer: A class for water plant operators has one a national education award
[Page] 18 Dennis Helder, Sung Shin: Korean manufacturers may decide to move facilities to South Dakota
[Page] 20 Orie Leisure: After thirty-nine years, physics professor Leisure is ready for some leisure.
[Page] 22 Structures test: First tests performed in Jerry Lohr Structure Lab
[Page] 23 New map: EROS replaces black-and-white map in Crothers
[Page] 24 Robiotics: Freshman ME major returns to high school to help
[Page] 26 Swedish Engineers: Three Swedes adjust to life in South Dakota
[Page] 28 Joe Vogel: Creates first scholarship for software engineering program
[Page 30-32] Dean's Club
© 2005 South Dakota State University
Graves, Dave; Johnson, Kyle; Watt, Denise; Schaffer, Nicole; and Malo, Miranda, "Impulse" (2005). Impulse (Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering Publication). 6.
Graphic Design: Virginia Coudron
Photography: Eric Landwehr, Kyle Johnson