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Seventeen teams from across the country joined us on April 5 at WCTC for the 2014 National Rube Goldberg Contest, presented by Time Warner Cable.

The challenge was to zip a zipper in 20 or more steps.  Teams showed off their ingenuity with designs like airports, camping and theme parks. 

Jennifer George, granddaughter to Rube Goldberg, and kinetic artist Joseph Herscher, also joined us at the competition.

Six teams advanced to the finals:  Loyal from Wisconsin, New Auburn from Wisconsin, Columbia Central from Michigan, St. Catherine's from Wisconsin, McDonogh from Maryland, and Minooka from Illinois.  New Auburn took first place with their Frankenstein themed machine.      

Congratulations to all of our
winners and special award winners!

1st Place Winners New. Auburn

1st Place Winners New. Auburn

2nd Place Winners Minooka

2nd Place Winners Minooka

4th Place Winners Columbia Central

4th Place Winners Columbia Central

6th Place Winners St. Catherine's

6th Place Winners St. Catherine's

3rd Place Winners McDonogh

3rd Place Winners McDonogh

5th Place Winners Loyal

5th Place Winners Loyal

Special thanks to members of the Milwaukee Area Engineering & Technology
Partnership,
our sponsors and volunteers for making this competition possible!

Presenting Sponsor - Time Warner Cable

Presenting Sponsor - Time Warner Cable

Platinum Sponsor - Eaton Corporation

Platinum Sponsor - Eaton Corporation

Gold Sponsor - SABIC

Gold Sponsor - SABIC

Platinum Sponsor - Prent

Platinum Sponsor - Prent

Gold Sponsor - JCI

Gold Sponsor - JCI


Milwaukee Area Engineering & Technical Partnership