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Office of University Relations and the College of Engineering, South Dakota State University
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[Page] 2 South Dakota no longer is merely a launching pad: An industrialization of the economy has made the state a land of opportunity for engineers while still having a small town feel.
[Page] 4 While you were away: Brookings and SDSU aren't the places many alums remember them to be.
[Page] 6 What will lead future growth in the region?: University and community leaders are proposing a 134-acre research park adjacent to the SDSU campus.
[Page] 8 GIS Center of Excellence: Scientists have been hired for the inaugural year of operation for the Geographic Information Science Center of Excellence.
[Page] 10 Right brain meets left brain: Graphic design majors create the Engineering Expo logo
[Page] 11 Making a game of it: Creativity was the key in a new computer programming contest
[Page] 12 Senior design links students, sponsors
[Page] 16 What a job: Joe Schenkel gains an eight-week internship at NASA
[Page] 18 Record-setting Phonathon: Putting fun into fundraising
[Page] 19 Extreme makeover: Storage room becomes a tech lab
[Page] 20 Jennifer Shin: IBM internship fast-forwards her career
[Page] 22 Bob Lacher: Retiring after thirty-five-year career in math
[Page] 24 Chuck Tiltrum: Student favorite leaving CE Department
[Page] 26 NASA impressed: Kevin Dalsted presents award to Hillcrest
[Page] 28 Water center: New name, defined focus for Water Research
[Page] 30 Distinguished Engineers: Gaspar, Christianson, Walker, OeKraai
[Page] 33 Roderick Anderson: Forty-one years of giving back to SDSU
[Page] 46 Tom Liebsch: EE grad leads team in designing fastest computer
[Page] 30-35 Dean's Club
[Page] 36-45 Donors
© 2005 South Dakota State University
Graves, Dave; Johnson, Kyle; Reiman, Miranda; Schaffer, Nicole; Stewart, Greta; and Watt, Denise, "Impulse" (2005). Impulse (Jerome J. Lohr College of Engineering Publication). 7.