17 May BSC students win, place in regional automation competition
Seventeen students in the Instrumentation & Control program at Bismarck State College (BSC) took part in a regional automation skills competition, with teams taking first, third, fifth, sixth, and seventh place. All but one of the participating students are in their second year of the associate degree program.
The regional competition was held by the International Society of Automation (ISA) at a Novaspect process facility in Chanhassen, Minnesota on April 26. Students from Joliette Junior College, Northwest Iowa Community College, and North Dakota State College of Science also took part in the all-day event.
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