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2013 Conference

April 4-7

Great Job UWYO ASCE!

We had 16 students and 3 Faculty Advisors in attendence.

Faculty and students at regionals Students with boat

Score Summary:

We had one student win FIRST place in Mystery Design! Congratulations Ellen Studebaker!

Ellen is a Freshman this year, and is the younger member officer for our student chapter section.

Freshman Ellen Studebaker with her mystery design team.  Ellen Studebaker

Freshman Ellen Studebaker with her mystery design team.

We had a student take SECOND for the Mead paper! Congratulations to Jake Summerall!

Jake is a Sophomore this year and is also the Secretary for our section.

Jake Summeral during steel bridge competition

Jake Summeral during the steel bridge competition.

Student Steven Rothwell came in fourth overall (after a stiff time penalty) for his technical paper on Concrete Strain Cracking. Steven is a junior this year and our sections treseasurer.

Steven Rothwell presenting his paper to the judges.

Steven Rothwell presenting his paper to the judges.

Zach Hutson and Justin Bayles came in fourth overall for the Pre-design competion in which they had to develop a theoretical design for abating poor air quality in an orphanage in Masaka, Uganda. Justin Bayles is a Freshman in engineering this year. Zach Hutson will graduate next semester and is currently our student chapter president.

Zach Hutson and Justin Bayle preparing to present their Pre-design project.

Zach Hutson and Justin Bayle preparing to present their Pre-design project.

Our Concrete Canoe team finished Fifth overall. Thank you to Senior Ryan Johnson, this years Canoe Chairman!

The concrete canoe team

The concrete canoe team after a long day of racing. The team included Seniors Casey Jaeger, Stephen Bishop, Kye Lewis, and Ryan Johnson, Juniors Garrett Cowley and Steven Rothwell, and Sophomores Nicole Peterson and Lisa Johnson.

Our Steel Bridge Team took Fifth overall. Thank you to Ron Prevost and Ryan Cates for seeing the Bridge through!

The Steel Bridge team after passing loading.

The Steel Bridge team after passing loading. The team consisted of graduate student Maragret Kimble, Seniors Stephen Bishop, Zach Hutson, Juan Meneses, and Ryan Cates, as well as Sophomore Jake Summeral.

Overall University of Wyoming took fourth place at this years Rocky Mountain Conference, hosted by Utah State University!

Margaret Kimble getting members of the bridge organized into place in preperation for the competition. Stephen Bishop running parts during the building portion of the steel bridge competition. Ryan Cates and Jake Summeral loading the bridge with Stephen Bishop looking on.

The Co-ed team, Ryan Johnson, Lisa Johnson, Casey Jaeger, and Nicole Peterson, awaiting the starting buzzer. Womens Endurance team members Lisa Johnson and Kye Lewis during the salomon portion of the race. Nicole Peterson during the womens sprint.

 


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