Blaine Brown of Portage, was accepted for enrollment for the fall 2022 trimester in the Doctor of Chiropractic degree program at Palmer College of Chiropractic’s Florida Campus in Port Orange, Florida.
Thirteen Trine University students took part in competitions at the annual American Institute of Chemical Engineers Student Conference, held Nov. 11-14 in Phoenix.
David Deniston, Bowling Green, was a member of Trine’s Chem-E-Car, which finished fourth in the event. In the Chem-E-Car competition, teams must build a car that starts and stops using only chemical reactions. Trine’s team had to make last-minute adjustments to their car, dubbed the “Rolling Thunder,” after discovering the chemicals they needed to power the vehicle had not arrived in Phoenix. The team was able to find a substitute for one of its battery chemicals, and ran experiments to determine another chemical that would provide a functional reaction. Once the team had the reaction, they had to determine the new speed of the car and best ratio of chemicals while addressing any possible safety concerns.