GreengineerZ In The News


2017


GreengineerZ headed to robotics invitational

The GreengineerZ FIRST Robotics team from Berrien Springs announced it has been accepted to compete in the Indiana Robotics Invitational July 14-15 in Indianapolis.

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Michigan sent the most FIRST Robotics teams in the world to championships

More young engineers and programmers from Michigan competed in the FIRST international robotics competitions than any other state in the nation—or any other country, for that matter.

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FIRST® Caps Off World’s Largest Celebration of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math for Students

This week, more than 15,000 students from around the world traveled to St. Louis, Missouri, putting their innovation skills to the test at the annual FIRST® Championship Presented by Qualcomm Incorporated, held at various venues throughout the city, including America’s Center and St. Louis Union Station.

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World Championships!

At the World Championship in St. Louis,Team Dave took home the Tesla Division banner, won the Xerox Creativity Award, and our alliance placed 5th overall in the Einstein final rounds.

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Area FIRST Robotics Teams Fundraising for World Competition

Whirlpool Foundation Offers $15,000 Community Challenge Grant

Three area FIRST Robotics teams will compete in the FIRST Robotics World Finals next week, April 26 – 29 in St. Louis, Missouri after competing against 160 other Michigan teams in the State Championships in Grand Rapids this past weekend.

  • GreengineerZ, Berrien Springs High School
  • Average Joes, St. Joseph High School
  • Team Lance-A-Bot, Lakeshore High School

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Five Area Robotics Teams Heading To World Championship

Five – count ’em – five teams from the Sunset Coast Robotics Alliance are headed to St. Louis, Missouri for the World FIRST Championship April 26-29. St. Joseph’s Average Joes team is headed to St. Louis for the fourth straight year, while Berrien Springs Team 3452 – the GreengineerZ, are going for the third consecutive year. Three are going to Missouri for the first time in the history of their programs. Those are Paw Paw Robotics Team 5462, Cassopolis RoboRangers Team 4325, and Team 4237, which is Team Lance-A-Bot. The five qualified based on their performances over the weekend at the Michigan State Championship at Saginaw Valley State University.

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Cass, Berrien high schools competing in world robotics championship

Four high school robotics teams from Berrien and Cass counties are set to compete in the FIRST Robotics world championship this week in St. Louis.

The squads that earned spots in the competition include teams from Berrien Springs, Cassopolis, St. Joseph and Lakeshore high schools. The championship events run Wednesday through Saturday.

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Michigan sending the most FIRST Robotics teams in the world to championships

More young engineers and programmers from Michigan will compete in the FIRST international robotics competitions than any other state in the nation—or any other country, for that matter.

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2016


West Michigan Robotics Invitational

What teams are coming in 2016?

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Whirlpool Foundation aiding robotics teams

Whirlpool Corp. is offering three robotics teams funding to compete in the FIRST Robotics World Finals April 27-30 in St. Louis.

Among the teams are the Average Joes of St. Joseph High School, the GreengineerZ of Berrien Springs Public Schools and Team Excel – a team of home-schooled students from Niles.

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Whirlpool Boosts Robotics Challenge

The prowess and expertise of budding young engineers in Michigan’s Great Southwest will be put to the challenge in more ways than one over the next couple of weeks. Their first hurdle will be a financial one, and then they’re back into the trenches for the World Finals of the FIRST Robotics competition in St. Louis. Fortunately, they have the keen interest of the innovation community at Whirlpool Corporation to help get them there.
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GreengineerZ Finish 2nd at St. Joseph District Event

The GreengineerZ represented our school and community very well this weekend at the St. Joseph District Event. After qualifying rounds the team finished with a overall ranking of 5th out of 41 teams.

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FRC Kickoff at the St. Joseph Mendel Center:

 

Robotics teams get medieval

This year’s FIRST Robotics Challenge began with a new theme and more instructions than previous competitions.

Hundreds of Southwest Michigan and Indiana high school students packed the Mendel Center at Lake Michigan College on Saturday to tune in for a live televised broadcast from FIRST – For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology.

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2015


WNDU Schools Rule!