College of Engineering recognizes Bronze Propeller Competition winners

On May 6, 12 teams competed in the annual Bronze Propeller Competition, including 11 teams of undergraduate students. The top three teams in the undergraduate category included Team 3 (Logan Mauch, Gabriel Kimuri, Alexander Dewerff, Trent Oberlander and Amanda Mudra) in first place, Team 15 (Robert Ross) in second place, and Team 7 (Benjamin Griffin, Megan Drake, Brycen Schroeder, Sofia Bahr Konkel and Jackson Caldwell) in third place. The first place winner in the professional category was Team 13 (Julian Chee, an aerospace engineering alum).

The Boeing Company sponsored the event, and Jonathan Mowrey served as the aircraft pilot. Faculty and staff who supported the competition included Dr. Scott Miller; Anthony Muscat, dean of the College of Engineering; Dr. Brandon Buerge; and the Aerospace Engineering Lab staff.