No Road Too Rough
WVU Baja SAE® challenges students to design, build, test, and compete an all terrain racing vehicle in a real-world design environment.Join WVU Baja SAE® Team!
- Design Evaluation
- Cost Report
- Prototype Cost
- Sales Presentation
- Hill Climb or Traction
- Land Maneuverability
- Suspension of Rock Crawl
Means named 2018 Heebink Award Recipient.
Kenneth Means, professor of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering has received the 2018 Heebink Award for Distinguished Service to West Virginia. The Heebink award is given to a faculty or staff member who has “used the unique resources of the university” and their own professional expertise to provide an educational or public service activity to the citizens of the state.Read More about Dr. Means
Recruiting Students for the 2019 Team. Get Involved!
We are gearing up for the 2019 Baja SAE® Competition Season. If you are interested in getting involved in the Design and Bulid of the 2019 Baja SAE® car please contact Dr. Ken Means in room 841A Engineering Sciences Building to find out more about course options and volunteer participation. You can contact Dr. Means by email at the link below.Join the Team!
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The Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering is proud to offer students the opportunity to participate in hands-on, experiential learning opportunities through engineering competitions. like The WVU Baja SAE® Team relies heavily on the generous support of alumni and donors to infrastructure improvement, fabrication and travel expenses. Please Donate.Make a Donation
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Student Designed - Student Built - Student Driven
Offroad StabilityWVU navigates the Stability Course and the 2016 Baja SAE® Cookville TN Competition
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