Presentation on theme: "UCO Physics and Engineering Club 2003-2004. Officers 2003-2004 Katherine Goodyear – President Cassie Hoyt – Vice President Stephanie Wilson – Secretary."— Presentation transcript:
UCO Physics and Engineering Club
Officers Katherine Goodyear – President Cassie Hoyt – Vice President Stephanie Wilson – Secretary Josiah Charney – Treasurer Dustin Randle – Senator Sponsor: Dr. Evan Lemley
Contents Previous Club Events This Years Club Events This Years Club Activities American Solar Challenge
Last Year ( ) Truss Project SPS Zone Meeting Rocket Fly Off Contest Bake Sale
Dr. Lemley insert pictures here.. or wherever you think.
This Years Important Club Events Meetings –When:Friday at Noon (12:00 pm) –Where:Atrium –Frequency:Once a Month (first is Sept. 12) T-shirts will be available soon. Zone Meetings – Fall/Spring - TBA Physics Lab Tour – Sept. 26, 1:00 pm - OSU Fall Picnic – TBA - early October Holiday Party – TBA - Friday Dec. 5 at the Lemleys Outreach - Engineering Fair – February 2004 Graduating Senior Reception – Graduation Day – May 7
Club Activities Campus Competitions –Trusses –Rockets –Submit your ideas to a club officer Local/National Competitions –American Solar Challenge Solar Car (Multi-year project) Fundraising – More information to come
American Solar Challenge Photo by Tina Fowble: The solar powered car from the University of Missouri-Columbia's College of Engineering raced into Edmond on July 16, 2003
American Solar Challenge Cont. Team PrISUm at an outreach event in Marshalltown, IA Students from Stanford University and Yale University pull the "Back2Back Burner" off of a trailer.
American Solar Challenge Cont. The Offical Website: Why should you be involved with the Solar Car Challenge? - Meet many new people - Work with cutting edge technology - Hands on Experience - Leadership and Communication Skills - You could make a huge impact on the future
American Solar Challenge Cont. How do I become involved with UCOs Solar Car Project? - Its easy! Just fill out a Design Application Form and return it to a club officer. What is the route of the race (Rayce)? - Historic Route 66: Beginning in Chicago and ending in Los Angeles. It's been called variously "The Mother Road," "The Main Street of America," and "The Will Rogers Highway." It's some 2,448 miles long, or about 4000 kilometers, and crosses 8 states and 3 time zones.
American Solar Challenge Cont.
American Solar Challenge Cont. Winning teams of the American Solar Challenge 2003 line up for a photo at the winner's circle. First place, University of Missouri-Rolla, center; second place, University of Minnesota, right and third place, University of Waterloo, left.