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Olympic Champion & Engineering Educator

Bobsled champion Curt Tomasevicz at University of Nebraska LincolnCurt Tomasevicz earned a bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering and played football for the the University of Nebraska before joining the U.S. men’s national bobsled team in 2004 – and competing in three Olympics, taking home gold and bronze medals. Today, he’s back at his alma mater teaching introductory engineering while earning his Ph.D.

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Paid Summer Research for STEM Teachers

RET for Notre DameThe National Science Foundation’s Engineering Directorate sponsors paid summer research experiences for teachers (RET) at university labs across the country. Studies show that these authentic, hands-on experiences can have profound effects on teacher effectiveness and student learning. Apply today!

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Injured Eagle Lands New Beak

Beauty and the BeakChildren’s literature is full of memorable wildlife adventure stories, but Deborah Lee Rose and Jane Veltkamp’s Beauty and the Beak may be the first to feature engineers and their role in outfitting an injured eagle with a 3-D printed prosthetic beak. A free education guide with standards-based STEM, STEAM, and literacy lessons accompanies the book, winner of the 2018 AAAS/Subaru SB&F Prize for Excellence in Science Books.

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Super Bowl Engineering

NSF Science of NFL Football torqueFrom 360-degree cameras to “green” stadiums, the Super Bowl offers plenty of engineering to cheer about. This eGFI roster of hands-on design activities, videos, and other resources will help your students learn forces, motion, and other gridiron-related STEM concepts.

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National Youth Science Camp 2018

National Youth Science CampThe National Youth Science Camp, one of the country’s premier science education programs, brings together graduating high school seniors from around the country and world for three-plus weeks of outdoor adventure and hands-on projects in the beautiful woods of West Virginia, all travel costs and camp fees paid. Apply by February 28, 2018

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ASEE Engineering Day Highlights

ASEE at NSTA regional in New Orleans Dec. 2017Couldn’t make it to ASEE’s Engineering Day at the 2017 National Science Teachers Association regional conferences or annual STEM Forum? Check out these hands-on highlights – and join us at the NSTA STEM Forum in Philadelphia July 11-13, 2018!

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Engineers Week 2018

Engineers Week 2018 posterIntroduce a girl to engineering. Make slime and other cool stuff. Visit a local engineering school. National Engineers Week kicks off on Feb. 18 2018 and this year’s theme – Engineers: Inspiring Wonder – offers an opportunity to learn about how engineers make a difference in our world. How will you celebrate?!

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Exploravision Contest 2018

Back to the Future carTeams of K-12 students can win up to $10,000 in U.S. Savings Bonds in this real-world research simulation sponsored by Toshiba and the National Science Teachers Association. Projects are due February 8, 2018.

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Unring A Bell? Acoustic Engineers Can!

GE unringing Burmese temple bellWho says you can’t un-ring a bell? As a team of acoustical engineers and a biomedical engineering student demonstrate, “destructive interference” can can silence even a huge temple bell – leaving a sleeping baby undisturbed.

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