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October 20, 2015

Alden Kane’s Development of the Wheelchair-Stroller is the 2015 winner of the People’s Choice award at the College of Engineering & Science’s Research Symposium on October 16.

Over 200 high school students from the LadywoodMacomb Mathematics Science Technology CenterMelvindale,University of Detroit Jesuit and Warren De La Salle High Schools attended the College’s signature event showcasing undergraduate research.

More than 60 research projects were presented in the High Bay.  “Our College prides itself on our commitment to students and their success,” says Dean Gary Kuleck.  “Conducting research and presenting it as an undergraduate is transformational, inspirational and a major step forward in career discernment and development.

Faculty and College alumni served as judges selecting top engineering, science and research projects based on scientific quality, merit and entrepreneurialism.  View a complete listing of winners and abstracts.

Judge at the 2015 Research Symposium

The entrepreneurially minded awards are funded through a grant by the Kern Entrepreneurial Engineering Network (KEEN) program of the Kern Family Foundation.

View photographs from the 2015 Research Symposium.

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