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It's Team Time Tuesday! Our featured GTMS Member this week is Sam Kiley! Sam is a 2nd year Computer Engineering major and is Lead of the Electrical sub-system. Here are three things you should know about Sam:
1. He’s moved five times.
2. He wore a body cast when he was 2 years old.
3. He’s studied abroad in China.
It's Team Time Tuesday! Our featured GTMS Member this week is Trevor Jones! Trevor is a 1st year Mechanical Engineering major on the Suspension sub-system. Here are three things you should know about Trevor :
1. He enjoys photography.
2. He’s done three engine swaps on cars.
3. He folds his toilet paper.
We’re out at the 2018 Georgia Gravity Games having a great time helping out with technical inspections and promoting GTMS and STEM! Good luck to all the teams! #gagravitygames2018 #fsae #stem
It's Team Time Tuesday! Our featured GTMS Member this week is Michael 🅱️ibrahim! Michael is a 2ndyear Mechanical Engineering major on the Powertrain sub-system. Here are three things you should know about Michael :
1.He can’t ride a bike.
2. He is unable to ride a bike.
3. He lacks the ability to ride a bike.
It's Team Time Tuesday! Our featured GTMS Member this week is Geraghty Anne “G” Ellis! G is a 3rd year Mechanical Engineering major and is Management Director for the team. Here are three things you should know about G :
1. She’s a third degree black belt.
2. She’s rebuilt two Miatas.
3. She likes Ninja Turtles, and her favorite is Raphael
F19? Car 91! --- We're officially registered for FSAE Michigan in May as Car 91!
Happy to see our new members getting involved! #F19
We’re here at #caffeineandoctane until 11 AM; come hang out with our car and our team!
Join us this weekend at Caffeine and Octane, North America's largest monthly car show! View our car and hang out with our team Sunday morning at Perimeter Mall. We hope to see you all there!
We’ve been going strong at the Southern Automotive Conference! Our head engineer Christopher Scank gave a presentation on our team for the SAE Atlanta Board and we were able to meet local fifth graders interested in engineering concepts and inspire them to pursue STEM careers. Plus, we met with FSAE team members at KSU AND Auburn.