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1/21/2015 - Chief engineer of the Ram 1500 EcoDiesel and Wayne State alumna Elizabeth Krear, was honored with the 2015 Industry Innovator Award from SMDI.
1/16/2015 - SMDI took center stage as a Premiere Sponsor of the North American International Auto Show.
1/14/2015 - Lawrence W. Kavanagh, president of SMDI discusses the future of steel in the automotive industry.
1/13/2015 - Awards honor innovators and heroes who are pioneering the use of steel in their work.
1/13/2015 - The consortium consists of principal investigators from several universities who are undertaking projects that span all aspects of cold-formed steel structural research.
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