The Wyoming Motorsports club is hoping to use skills learned in the classroom in a real–life, hands on learning situation to build an electric formula race car and enter it in the Society of Automotive Engineers’ Formula Hybrid competition in 2019 in Loudon, New Hampshire.
Brett Drake, a graduate of UW’s College of Engineering and Applied Science, won the Nike Ease Challenge, a contest to see who could produce the most innovative sneaker designs for athletes of all abilities.
Arundathi Nair, a freshman at Laramie High School, won first place in the nationwide competition with her documentary, “Fossil Fuels to Renewables.” It was aired on C-Span throughout the day on April 18.
A team of hard-working engineering students from the University of Wyoming has been selected to participate in a national competition based on rover design and demonstration.
Never before has a team from UW been invited to participate in the RASC-AL Exploration Robo-Ops Competition, which will be hosted by the National Institute of Aerospace and NASA at the Johnson Space Center in Houston...
Some top awards went to University of Wyoming students at the Association of College Unions International Region IV Conference recently held in Corvallis, Ore. Jacob Chavez Jr. and Madison Cooley, student graphic design employees in the Wyoming Union marketing office, took part in the “Steal This Idea” graphic design competition...