UND Engineering VEX Robotics trailer unleashes robotic marvels at Fisher VEX Tournament
On November 18th, the inaugural journey of the UND Engineering VEX Robotics Trailer marked a pivotal moment as it provided vital support to the Fisher VEX Robotics Tournament. The dynamic competition saw participation from 30 teams across the region, infusing an extra layer of excitement.
Andrew Dahlen, a lecturer in the Mechanical Engineering department, took on the role of one of the event emcees. Adding to the dedicated team, Dan Cooley, an Academic Core Advisor, volunteered his expertise to manage and oversee the skills competition throughout the event. Notably, four judges who played a crucial role in the event were UND’s VEX U Team volunteers.
Under the sponsorship of the College of Engineering & Mines, the University of North Dakota is gearing up to host an exceptional VEX Robotics Tournament in February 2024. Orchestrated by the university’s passionate robotics community, including members of our esteemed University Robotics Teams, this upcoming tournament stands as a testament to the unwavering commitment to technological advancement.
“Very proud of our UND Engineering Collegiate VEX student group on hosting an area high school VEX VRC scrimmage today at the Memorial Union. The UND VEX engineering students are helping 12 HS teams prepare for their upcoming tournaments by sharing ideas and “learning by doing”. Another example of UND building leaders in Engineering and Computer Science!”, said Chad Frost. See the full post on LinkedIn.
To learn more about the event, visit the Robotics Education & Competition Foundation website here.