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Clark Atlanta University Student Wins National Nuclear Security Administration’s Grand Challenge

Posted on Thursday, December 04, 2014

Photo Credit: Curtis McDowell

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Donna Brock
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Larry Calhoun
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CAU dual degree engineering student Tamera Green (right), CAU President Carlton E. Brown (left), and CAU professor Olu Olatidoye, Ph.D., pose with the first-place award from the National Nuclear Security Administration’s Kansas City Plant Grand Challenge 2014, held recently at the NNSA Minority Serving Institutions Technical Meeting at Southern University of New Orleans.  Green, a research student of Olatidoye’s, headed the team that won the “Grand Challenge Rocket Tail Competition,” which involved 13 participating schools.  The challenge was to redesign a rocket tail and submit as a 3D technical data package. 

Category: University Media
Keywords: Tamera Green