DENSO presents $45,000 check to support Tennessee Tech’s new autonomous electric vehicle

Back/row 4, l to r: Chris Mills, research and development engineer, mechanical engineering; ME professor Stephen Canfield; Vahid Motevalli, associate dean for research and innovation, College of Engineering; Michelle Arbogast, director of corporate and foundation relations. Row 3: Andy Bryant, formula SAE shop foreman; Mohan Rao, chair of mechanical engineering department; Joseph Slater, dean of College of Engineering. Row 2 (man in black hat): Mark Davis; academic support associate for College of Engineering; Dale Wilson, interim dean of manufacturing and engineering technology and professor of mechanical engineering; Brandon Patel, baja SAE co-captain; Jeff Webster, baja SAE co-captain. Front row: Pingen Chen, assistant professor of mechanical engineering; President Phil Oldham; Jack Helmboldt, DENSO foundation president; Brian Crawford, recruiter in North America talent acquisition.

COOKEVILLE – Representatives from DENSO, the world’s second largest mobility supplier, recently presented a check for $45,000 to Tennessee Tech’s College of Engineering to support the university’s new autonomous electric vehicle platform and competitive Baja SAE and Formula SAE teams.  

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