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National Engineers Week 2015

Engineers Week 2015 logoNominate a great middle or high school STEM teacher for a $2,000 award, introduce a girl to engineering, or coach a Future City team. National Engineers Week is Feb. 22 – 28, 2015 and there are plenty of local events and hands-on activities to raise awareness of what engineers do and how their work makes the world a healthier, safer place.

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Engineers Week 2013

engineers weekMark National Engineers Week by participating in a local event or doing a fun engineering activity with your students. This year’s theme – Celebrate Awesome – the amazing things engineers, engineering students, and technicians do everyday to make the world a better place.

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Event: E-Week at U. Alaska, Feb. 20

The Anchorage National Engineer’s Week Student Competitions are supported by the UAA School of Engineering and engineers from south central Alaska. The event will be held at the University of Alaska Anchorage Campus Sat., Feb. 20, 2010, for students, grades 1-12. Students are invited to compete in events ranging from the egg drop to the floatable moatable.

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Event: E-Week at UC San Diego, Feb. 17

The Triton Engineering Student Council at the University of California, San Diego, celebrates E-Week with Enspire, a student-run outreach event designed to introduce middle school students to university-level engineering. On Wed., Feb. 17th, approximately 400 students will be shown around labs and introduced to engineering through hands-on projects, and will participate and compete in a design competition.

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Events: E-Week at Drexel University, Feb. 17 and 18

Drexel University celebrates National Engineers Week with a panel discussion open to the public: Sustainability: Beyond a Buzzword to a Better Bottom Line (Wed., Feb. 17, 7:30 a.m., $25 registration), and High School Day (Thu., Feb. 18, 8:30am – 2pm), treating local high schools to a day of hands-on engineering activities.

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Event: E-Week at the Iowa Children’s Museum

iowaEnjoy a free admissions day at the Iowa Children’s Museum on Sat., Feb. 13, in celebration of National Engineers Week. Join engineers from Rockwell Collins and area organizations for activities and experiments throughout the museum. Learn first hand how engineering is incorporated into our everyday activities.

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