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Engineers In Action


Engineers in Action/Women in Engineering: Alicia Martin

December 5, 2012 — “I have learned to use the word “impossible” with the greatest caution.” Wernher von Braun

Engineers in Action: Jeremy Nelson – Founder, ROLL Recovery

October 17, 2012 — “Do everything you can to design the best product out there. Don’t try to be everything to everyone, pick your market and design for them...” Jeremy Nelson – Founder, ROLL Recovery

Engineers in Action: Eli Krahenbuhl

September 17, 2012 — In 2008, Eli Krahenbuhl graduated from the College of Engineering and Applied Science with his BS in Mechanical Engineering. Originally from Cheyenne, Eli grew up racing long distance tours and mountain biking throughout Wyoming, Colorado, and Utah.

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Engineers in Action

Engineers in Action is an article series developed to highlight a select group of individuals who have combined their engineering expertise with a passion to push themselves and respective sports to the limits. The most advantageous aspect of being an athlete as well as an engineer is that after graduation is complete, opportunities exists to design, test, and in some cases even invent the products used by generations of existing and upcoming athletes following in your footsteps. As those within these industries can attest, this can often lead one to the far stretches of the world pushing both the physical and mental aspects of human capabilities.

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