Engineering Competition

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Hybrid Warriors Earn High Score In EcoCar 2 Progress Report

A Wayne State University team scored high points in a recent progress report for “EcoCar 2: Plugging In to the Future,” an engineering competition in which 15 North American university teams compete over three years to convert a gasoline-powered production car into a fully functional hybrid vehicle.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/07/2013

The third-place team from Dearborn Heights Montessori Center presents.

Middle School Students Design City Of The Future For ESD Competition

After a fierce day of competition featuring more than 600 students and 25 schools from throughout the State of Michigan, last year’s champions, the team from St. John Lutheran School in Rochester, grabbed first place to win this year’s Best Future City. St. John also won first place in 2009.

WWJ Newsradio 950–01/30/2012


Wayne State Designing Tomorrow’s Efficient Auto

Wayne State University will host the kickoff workshop for “EcoCar 2: Plugging Into The Future,” a one-of-a-kind engineering competition between teams representing 15 universities challenged to reduce the environmental impact of vehicles without compromising performance, safety or consumer acceptability.

WWJ Newsradio 950–09/01/2011

Lawrence Tech students who worked on a proposal for an urban agri-tech vocational school in Detroit are (L-R) Michael Kapetansky, Jessica Howard, Erica Walker, and Bryan Dage.

Lawrence Tech Wins Award For Connecting Engineering Practice, Education

The Department of Civil Engineering at Lawrence Technological University has won $7,500 as one of five finalists in a national competition for connecting engineering practice and education.

WWJ Newsradio 950–06/20/2011