Senior Engineering Project wins seven James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Awards


The James F. Lincoln Arc Welding Foundation was created in 1936 as a nonprofit educational organization to encourage scientific interest, research and education in arc welding technology. ISE students and staff have participated in this long-standing competition.

GE 494 Chairman Harry Wildblood has led this effort, which resulted in a total of 7 awards for 2013, one gold, three silver, and three bronze awards.

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All ISE undergraduate and graduate students are invited to submit a graphic, visualization, or photograph of one of their own current or recent engineering projects, to win a cash prize and official, wide-spread recognition.


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