Chelsea Dowdell took a second place award at the 2014 Northwest Regional ASME Student Professional Development Conference (SPDC). The conference was sponsored by the Puget Sound chapter of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) and Highline Community College Foundation, and included approximately 75 students from mechanical engineering, engineering technology, and community college pre-engineering programs at 12 schools. Chelsea Dowdell took second place (and a $150 cash award) for her Old Guard presentation titled "The Effect of Line of Sight on Stride Length" which detailed results of an experiment relevant to ergonomics of treadmill design. Associate Professor Roger Beardsley accompanied three CWU Mechanical Engineering Technology students to the April 12 event at Highline Community College in Des Moines.
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