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Participate in a Driving Simulation and Earn $10 Panera Bread Gift Card

Researchers investigating alternate work zone signage configurations for MoDOT are looking for 75 volunteers to participate in a driving simulator study. The project investigates the attitudes and response of drivers to different traffic sign configurations as they pass through a simulated representation of a standard Missouri work zone. Participants will receive a $10 Panera Bread gift card once they complete the driving simulation. Dr. Suzanna Long, interim chair and an associate professor of Engineering Management & Systems Engineering, is the primary investigator.

All drivers with a valid license are invited to apply. The simulations will take place in Room 311 Engineering Research Laboratory. Interested participants should email Samareh Moradpour to apply and arrange a simulation time. 

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The Science of Softball

Bonnie Wilt, Senior

The Science of Softball

Softball is a sport of nuances. The slightest shift in a batter's stance or in the angle of a pitcher's arm can have a profound impact on an at-bat, a game and, sometimes, a season. Subtle changes in mechanics can be the difference between a batter striking out and lacing a home run to win the game.

Engineering is a discipline of nuances. Much like softball, the smallest tweak in design can be the difference between a project as important as a new bridge holding or crumbling. Bonnie Wilt, a senior in engineering management, had the opportunity to meld the two during a co-op with Rawlings

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