Students exhibit 'Solid' grasp of design skills

Published 11.01.2021

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The Engineering and Industrial Design Department held its annual SolidWorks Pumpkin Carving Contest on Thursday, choosing the top three winners in each of two first-year Technical Drawing I and Detailing I classes.

The winners:

Houtz, third place, Section 01Thomma, second place, Section 01Morgan, first place, Section 01CCD103-104 (Section 01)
Instructor: Katherine A. Walker, assistant professor
First place: Caleb J. Morgan, Shirleysburg, engineering design technology
Second place: Justin J. Thomma, Bethlehem, industrial design
Third place: Ethan M. Houtz, Trevorton, engineering design technology

A Halloween tradition since 2014, the competition challenges students to create virtual jack-o'-lanterns using the SolidWorks 3D computer-aided drafting and design application.

Allen, third place, Section 02Fristick, second place, Section 02Markle, first place, Section 02CCD103-104 (Section 02)
Instructor: Craig A. Miller, assistant professor
First place: Richard T. Markle, Spring Mills, engineering design technology
Second place: Mason A. Fristick, Albrightsville, engineering CAD technology
Third place: Dan J. Allen, Blandon, industrial design

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