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ME Students win first and second place at ASME Student Presentation Contest

At a recent meeting of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), two UC ME undergraduate students won First and Second place in the, first, Cincinnati Section Student Presentation Contest.  The presentation topics were chosen from articles that had recently appeared in ASME publications.

Mr. Ryan Stobb won first place for his presentation, "Life is Balance". where he discussed and expanded upon a recent article in, METoday by Shari Lifland reviewing a new book by authors, Kurt Sandholtz, Brooklyn Derr, Kathy Buckner and Dawn Carlson, entitled, Are You Juggling More Tasks and Enjoying Life Less? The Key to Work-life Balance May Lie “Beyond Juggling".

The second place prize was won by Mr. Charles Stratton for his presentation of Tom Stefanchik's article in METoday entitled, Fall Travel: Ten Engineering Sites to Visit in the U.S.

Also presenting from UC were: Mr. Dustin Bloom discussing the article, No Small Risk, that deals with risk factors in Nanotechnology and Robin DeJager-Kennedy with his presentation, Power from Cogeneration.