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Feb. 18-24: Engineers Week
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Events celebrate wonders of engineering
The University of Delaware will join organizations across the country in celebrating National Engineers Week, Feb. 18-24.
Engineers Week is aimed at expanding awareness about how engineering improves the world, from the clean drinking water we consume to the cars we drive. It’s also an opportunity for outreach to the next generation of engineers. This year’s theme is “Engineers: Inspiring Wonder.”
Activities at UD will include a dodgeball tournament, speed mentoring, opening reception and carnival, Texas Hold’em, Order of the Engineers Ring Ceremony, broomball, build-a-thon challenge, Delaware Engineering Society 2018 EWeek Banquet, Inspiring the Engineers of Tomorrow event for elementary school students, and EWeek Student Banquet & Silent Auction.
UD’s participation in Engineers Week is supported by the College of Engineering (COE), COE student organizations, UD K-12 Engineering, the Delaware Association of Professional Engineers (DAPE), the Delaware Council of Engineering Societies (DCES), DowDuPont™, and JPMorgan Chase Co.
For the full schedule of events, visit the website.
For further information and updates, call 302-831-2401 or email email@example.com.
Photography and videography from this event may be used for promotional purposes. Notify the event photographer at the time the photograph is being taken if you prefer not to be photographed.
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