Four Missouri S&T students put their knowledge of materials science to the test last weekend, finishing second in a Jeopardy!-style quiz game, the TMS Materials Bowl.
The students, all members of the Missouri S&T chapter of the student group Material Advantage, won $500 for their chapter by finishing second in the event. A team from the University of Utah finished first out of 11 teams representing materials science programs at various U.S. universities.
The Missouri S&T team members are:
- Anna Bretzke, a senior in metallurgical engineering from Washington, Missouri
- Nathaniel Griffen, a senior in metallurgical engineering from Washington, Missouri
- Austin Stanfield, a senior in ceramic engineering from Kansas City, Missouri
- Michael Walden, a senior in ceramic engineering from Salem, Missouri
The TMS Materials Bowl is sponsored by The Minerals, Metals and Materials Society. The Sunday, Feb. 14, event helped kick off TMS’s 145th annual meeting and exhibition, which is being held this week in Nashville, Tennessee.
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