West Virginia University Students Take First Place in the 22nd Annual Senior Design Competition

June 28th, 2019
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Congratulations to all schools that participated in the 2019 Senior Design Competition! Selena Lewis, Robert Harless, and Michael Kalski from West Virginia University took 1st place. Chris Demaio, Luke Farinholt, and Eric Hakes from Virginia Tech took 2nd place. Nickolas Winter, Trey McGowan, and Sergio Castaneda from the University of Nevada, Reno took 3rd place. The 1st place project receives $2,000, the 2nd place project receives $1,000, and the 3rd place project receives $500. Each student from these three schools will also receive a certificate documenting their achievement. Faculty advisors for these three schools are asked to provide mailing addresses for these students that they may receive their awards. School competition plaques may be updated by mailing the nameplates to the below address. If your plaque is full or you do not have one, we will be happy to provide another.

Carlson Software is proud to support the mining academic community through this competition, discount software pricing, and free training sessions for professors, teaching assistants, and students. For more information regarding the competition, training options, or the upcoming release of Carlson 2020, please do not hesitate to contact us at 606-564-5028 or visit our website at www.carlsonsw.com.

The logo of the winners of the 22nd Annual Carlson Senior Design Competition

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“On behalf of Carlson Software, I would like to extend a special thank you to Mr. Steve Richards for originally founding, and for his ongoing contributions to this competition since 1998. Steve will be retiring from Carlson Software as of June 30 after a very successful career. Over the last twenty-two years, he has seen the value of investing in others, and has always been willing to share his time, insight, and vast work experience, especially with the mining academic community. He will surely be missed, and we thank him for all that he has done!”

– Tyler Faulkner, Carlson Mining Sales and Support

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