National Engineers Week – 2018 Activities
About Engineers Week
Engineers Week is YOUR time.
It’s a call to recognize the people who create today’s awe-inspiring wonders like cloud-busting skyscrapers and human travel to Mars. Our lives would be very different without daily marvels like clean drinking water, computers, and cars.
Engineers Week is a time for everyone to celebrate and wonder what the next big innovation will be. It’s also a great opportunity for DiscoverE volunteers and educators to inspire students by engaging them in hands-on engineering outreach. Show them that their school subjects can help solve real problems. And, of course, encourage them to wonder ‘Is engineering my future?’
It all adds up to this year’s theme: ‘Engineers: Inspiring Wonder.’
The 2018 DiscoverE Co-Chairs leading the National Engineers Week 2018 include the DiscoverE Leadership Council* and the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying® (NCEES). To learn more more about other national DiscoverE programs click here.
*Bechtel, Bentley Systems, The Boeing Company, ExxonMobil Corporation, Lockheed Martin Corporation, NCEES (National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying), Northrup Grumman Foundation, S.D. Bechtel, Jr. Foundation/Stephen Bechtel Fund, Shell Oil Company.
Celebration at UD
We are pleased to offer many entertaining and enjoyable events in 2018. Contributors to the local celebration of National Engineers Week include the UD College of Engineering, the COE Student Organizations, UD Engineering K-12, the Delaware Association of Professional Engineers (DAPE), the Delaware Council of Engineering Societies (DCES), DowDuPont™, and JPMorgan Chase Co.
We hope you will make time in your busy schedule to attend and participate in a few of the events as we celebrate the 67th anniversary of National Engineers Week! Many events are free and open to the UD community. Events with an asterisk require pre-registration. For further information and updates call (302) 831-2401 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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