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Student Mile Award

This award was created as a fun way to promote student participation in the Annual International Meeting (AIM). Here's how it works. The the AIM, a map of North America will be used by the IPC officers to determine the distances along a straight line from represented student branches to the location of the AIM in miles. These distances are then multiplied by the total number of student branch members present at the IPC Business Meeting to determine the highest numer of miles. Two winners will be announced from the top engineering and mechanization branches. Only undergraduate members will be counted. A certificate will be sent to each winning branch after the AIM. Winners will be announced at the AEM Student Awards Breakfast.

Past Winners

2017 Spokane AIM: Engineering Branch - Iowa State University, total of 14,910 miles traveled; Mechanization Branch - no winner


2016 - Orlando AIM: Engineering Branch - Washington State University, 11 students for a total of 31,350 miles; Mechanization Branch - no winner.

2015 - New Orleans AIM: Engineering Branch - Washington State University, 7 students for a total of 12,971 miles; Mechanization Branch - no winner.

2014 - Montreal AIM: Engineering Branch - Oklahoma State University, 8 students for a total of 12,384 miles; Mechanization Branch - no winner.

2013 - Kansas City AIM: Engineering Branch - University of Illinois, 6 students for a total of 2,550 miles; Mechanization Branch - no winner.

2012 - Dallas AIM: Engineering Branch - Iowa State University, 11 students for a total of 8,239 miles; Mechanization Branch - no winner.

2011 - Louisville AIM: Engineering Branch - Iowa State University, 17 students for a total of 10,353 miles; Mechanization Branch - 1 student for a total of 444 miles.

 

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