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A UTSA engineering and business student team has received the $100,000 prize in the Student Technology Venture Competition for its work on a device to help amputees.

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UTSA engineering students Davila and Canty designed the device with the help of Yusheng Feng – who runs the Computational Bioengineering and Control Lab at UTSA. The students worked on prototypes for more than a year.

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For more then a decade, ASHRAE's financial support has helped UTSA engineering students to complete their education and begin careers in the heating and air conditioning maintenance industry.

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Utsah in Hindi lingual means "Vigor" and that is the foundation of Utsah Engineering Pvt. Ltd. to become the firstchoice of its customers in the field of steel forgings. Utsah was crafted out of vision of its founder, Mr. DeepakGupta, who is an entrepreneur with long innings in the industry. He has built unconventional technology driven 12000 Sq. Mtr. sprawling manufacturing facility employing more than 200 employees in a small village called Pilkhua in Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India. Utsah made a humble journey in year 2009and started supplying steel flanges to its parent company, CD Engineering with a longvision of supplying challenging flanges to major oil & Gas, Pharma, Chemical and other industrial customers in India andis ready to supply special products to overseas market.
UTSA engineering students presented their Capstone Projects before the competition. Photo by Andrew Moore.

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While the competition places most of the business-related responsibilities on the business students, it’s also a great experience for UTSA engineers because of the real-world collaboration it provides.

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(Dec. 20, 2006)--The Alamo Chapter of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air Conditioning Engineers (ASHRAE) recently awarded $1,000 scholarships to UTSA mechanical engineering students Cameron Crandall, Jeremy Mercer and Emeterio Rios.

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Mr. Torres has been with GBA for over 30 years and is the partner-in-charge for projects involving great skill and comprehension of highly technical systems and infrastructures. His expertise in Healthcare and Research related projects such as the Greehey Children’s Cancer Research Institute and the UTSA Engineering Building Phase II quickly adapts to his other projects. Mr. Torres has a proven ability to design multi-functional institutional buildings. When technical complexities of systems, methods, or schedules are of concern Mr. Torres is without equal and devotes the same attention to projects regardless of their size.