MOE put on an excellent performance and advanced all the way to quarterfinals with 56 ROBBE and 103 Cybersonics. Big congratulations to Jared Falk, who will advance to the Dean’s List nominees at World Championships, and Carol Perrotto, who was awarded Volunteer of the Year. We also want to give a special shout out to the competition team, ambassadors and safety captains for performing the best they have all season, we are very proud. Thank you volunteers, parents, mentors, and students who came to Lehigh and represented the team! Judges and Lehigh staff stopped by our pit to thank us for being so gracious. Up next, World Championships!
Congratulations MOE on a great competition in Seneca! Our robot made it all the way to semifinals with SOUPerbots and Robotribe! A round of applause for our awesome safety captains, Arynn Hernandez and Ben McDermott for winning the UL Safety Award and Pit Safety! Also good job to Bob Dudek for winning the Donald Bowers Mentor Inspiration Award and Jared Falk, our Dean’s List nominee who advanced to MAR District Champs! Thank you volunteers, parents, mentors and students who made it all possible!
Thank you volunteers, parents, mentors and students who attended Westtown! MOE really impressed by taking home finalist medals, the Gracious Professionalism Award and our very own Lucie Wilkens took home the volunteer Inspiration Award! We put on an excellent show with teams Palindrome 4954, Firebirds 433, and Dawgma 1712! Congratulations to the winners!
Thank you for everyone that came out and bagged the robot. Congratulations team 365 for a successful build season.
Thank you students and mentors who stayed late, and bagged the robot.
We Did It! Thank you Carol for bringing in this super cute, delicious MOE cake! Now that we have entered week 1, watch out Power Up! it’s GO time for our upcoming event, Westtown PA.
MOE has been hard at work since kickoff and accomplished a lot in the first half of build season! We are on our way to creating a great robot by the tag date!
Mechanical team working together on the first task of build season: field replicas. Pictured-giant scale.
Prototype very efficient with handling power cubes but has a tendency to giggle.
Mentor Joe Perotto teaches the mechanical team lab safety, a priority to all MOE members. Safety FIRST!
Another year, another fun Ramp Riot! Thank you everyone who donated cans to the canned food drive and helped us win the Mike Wade Memorial Award for most cans! Everyone put up a great fight and made a very interesting competition. Congratulations to our new competition team for lasting until eliminations and performing very impressive over off season! This was our last off season competition, now MOE eagerly awaits the Power Up season!
Nathan, 1st year student wants to be an aeronautical engineer. He finds MOE University very useful. Nate aims to gain experience in workmanship and designing for the future.
Rachel, MOE mentor of three years describes her process through MOE University. She begins by assessing the experience level of each student and puts them through the steps: tool 1, introducing them to different tools, signing them off and watching over them while getting more practice. On being one of the only female MOE mentors, she says “We need more, especially in mechanical”.
Joey, first year student, and he loves MOE University so far. He wants to be a mechanical engineer and he hopes completing seasons in MOE will give him the experience he needs to do so.
Lynn, first year student, also a participant of Lego League, likes to set up in the lab and she gets lots of credit for hands on experience. Her goal is to be a biochemist and she loves to build. The engineering experience will help her in her field.
Justin, first year, likes MOE University so far. His goal is to become a better person through teamwork experience and he hopes MOE will give him the experience that he will need in the future.