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25th Annual FEH Robot Competition

First-year engineering students showcased their cornerstone design projects in the Fundamentals of Engineering for Honors Program (FEH) robot competition held on April 6th at the Recreation and Physical Activity Center (RPAC).

The competition required each team of three to four students to design, build and program an autonomous robot using creativity and engineering principles to complete specified tasks on a course designed and built by the program’s teaching assistants. The theme of the 2019 competition challenged teams to prepare an arcade for a day of business.

This year, the annual showcase was featured on the local news network ABC6. Their coverage of the event can be found on their website, linked here.

The full live-stream from the event can be found on EED YouTube page, linked here.

Additionally, the College of Engineering photographed the event and these images can be found on the COE Flickr page, linked here

Thank you to all who participated and congratulations to the winning student teams!