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Dan was recently awarded the inaugural Future Leaders Award from the Society of Plastics Engineers (SPE) Detroit Section. This recognition is the fourth scholarship he has been awarded from SPE, with the awards totaling over $15k throughout his four years. SPE is a professional organization dedicated to expanding the knowledge and advancement of plastics professionals. He became involved with the organization four years ago, when he became a student moderator at the annual automotive conference, AUTO EPCON, here in Troy, MI. "I enjoyed learning about the future developments in the industry, especially anything relating to additive manufacturing. My passion for additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, originated from Mr. Supal's IDS class. There, we were fortunate enough to buy two fused deposition modeling (FDM) 3d printers. This was my first hands on experience with 3D printers, and I truly enjoyed learning every aspect about them. In the six plus years since, I have built my own 3d printer, printed over 20 kilometers of filament through the printer, and designed many custom models using CAD skills first learned with Mr. Supal in IDS. This past summer I was an intern at Ford's Sterling Axle Plant, and I was able to design and implement multiple 3D printed fixtures and parts to improve ergonomics, saving Ford a significant amount of money. I look forward to returning to Ford full-time upon my graduation in May of 2020, in a manufacturing college graduate rotational program."
It started as a team project in a class at U of M, Grace and her teammates wanted to develop something that could help people less fortunate. They thought about premature babies born in other parts of the world that did not have access to the medical equipment, like incubators, that we have here in the United States. From that the Warmilu was born! A baby blanket layered with chemicals that create an endothermic reaction to keep the babies warm. Now these blankets are used in 32 hospitals and in 12 countries!
The College of Business at Bowling Green State University announced that Paige Redlin has been named to the highly selective Student Ambassador Program. Redlin is a 2017 graduate of Lake Shore High School & Macomb Mathematics Science Technology Center High School. During high school, she balanced extracurricular and academic activities at both Lake Shore High School and MMSTC. She graduated as Valedictorian and Class Vice President along with being involved in Yearbook, National Honor Society, and a selective STEM program. The College of Business is among the top 1% of business programs in the world, accredited in both business and accounting, and is ranked as the 29th best public undergraduate business program in the United States. You can learn more at http://www.bgsu.edu/business.