The mission of the National Engineers Week Future City Competition is to provide a fun and exciting educational engineering program for students that combines a stimulating engineering challenge with a hands-on application to present their vision of a city of the future on Saturday, January 19th. for more information
Local High School and Middle Schools students build bridges of their own design and each group compete to see who has constructed the sturdiest bridge. To learn more, register, dates, times...
Individuals of all ages participate in the Robot games. Some travel hundreds of miles to attend. While most partipate and attend because of the fun and excitement, these individuals are learning valauble skills in new technology. for further details
Each year the Engineers Week Committee selects an individuals from a list of applicants from Northeast Indiana. Individuals are selected based on the partipation and leadership in the community. Nominate an engineer today. for more information
Local professional engineering organizations, IPFW, IndianTECH, Science Central, area schools, and hundreds of residents honor engineering and celebrate National Engineers Week. At the banquet, honored guests, professionals, families and friends enjoy a delightful evening of food, entertainment, and awards for more information
This event includes: a job fair, a dinner and formal program with speaker Mr. Raymond Castner. Mr. Castner is a research engineer at the NASA Glenn Research Center in Cleveland, Ohio, and is the Technical Lead for Supersonic Propulsion in the NASA Fundamental Aeronautics Program’s High Speed Project. He will be presenting “Supersonic Propulsion Research at the NASA Glenn Research Center." for more information
Both Trine University and IPFW University are holding Science fairs this March. for more information