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The Engineering University Challenge Returns

The Engineering University Challenge Returns

Thirty-two U.S. engineering universities go head-to-head in a single elimination tournament. We’d like to get your input on it all.

Our annual Engineering University Bracket Challenge is starting now (see figure). This is a head-to-head, single elimination tournament between 32 U.S. engineering universities, and we need your input. The selected university will win an exclusive event on their campus with food, music, and prizes. One lucky university student will win the grand prize: an all-expense-paid, 3-day trip to Maker Faire, May 17-20, 2018, in San Mateo, Calif.

Thirty-two U.S. engineering universities go head-to-head in a single elimination tournament, and we need your input. (Click on image for more details)

Now I’m a little biased and hope that all those Ramblin’ Wrecks from Georgia Tech get on the ball and make Tech the winner. I received my BEE way back in the 70s. Unfortunately, I can’t participate, so that’s one less vote everyone else needs for their alma mater. Likewise, my wife will not be able to help out Northwestern.

In addition to bragging rights, one student from the top four universities will have a chance to win a Digi-Key InstaLab. Three random participants that vote and register in a single round will win a $50 Amazon gift card while five random participants that vote and register for all the rounds will win a $100 Amazon gift card.

The competition is brought to you by Electronic Design and Machine Design, plus our sponsors: Digi-Key, Microchip, and Renesas.

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