The Engineering Technology Opportunity Exposition held at Kent State University at Tuscarawas on Feb. 20 has named the winning high school competitors.
Digital electronics students constructed working digital stopwatches using the computer and electronic facilities at the campus. They learned the basics of AutoCAD, printed circuited board fabrication and soldering/desoldering techniques. Digital electronics winners are Nathan Glowacki from Dover High School, first place; Kaylee Dudek from Sandy Valley High School, second place; Caleb Miller from Coshocton County Career Center, third place; Courtney Dunfee from Coshocton County Career Center, fourth place; and Dakota Walker from Coshocton County Career Center, fifth place.
Entries for the CAD competition were based on themes given to the students during the training session. Students completed entries in the robotics and automation, theater backdrop, transportation, historical, futuristic and logo categories. Computer-aided design winners are Carolann Wengerd from Garaway High School, first place; Dakota Kirtley from Tuscarawas Valley High School, second place; Ryan Reneker from Buckeye Career Center, third place; and Kyle Marion from Sandy Valley High School, fourth place.6