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Each year, the Case Engineering Council (CEC) coordinates CWRU’s Engineers Week (E-Week) to celebrate and raise public understanding and appreciation of engineers’ contributions to society. Students are able to participate through friendly competition, social events, excellent speakers, and an E-Week Banquet.
The National Engineers Week Foundation is a formal coalition of more than 100 professional societies, major corporations and government agencies, dedicated to ensuring a diverse and well-educated future engineering workforce by increasing understanding of and interest in engineering and technology careers among young students and by promoting pre-college literacy in math and science.
Below you will find a calendar of the many events E-Week has to offer. Click on an event to find out more about it.
CWRU students will demonstrate fun, hands-on, interactive engineering and science activities that are fun for kids of all ages on February 13th in the Thwing Ballroom, 11111 Euclid Ave. from 11am-3pm. Registration is not required. Contact Me'lani Joseph, email@example.com, for more information or to volunteer! Parking information: Street parking is available as well as the campus center garage.
Mary C. Doswell, Senior Vice President-Dominion Energy Solutions will speak to the CWRU campus community about her leadership and experience at one of the country’s largest energy companies, along with how today’s students can prepare for jobs in the global marketplace, particularly within technology companies. The event we be held at the TVUC senior classroom in the Tink. Food will be provided!
The Society of Women Engineers section at Case Western Reserve University is hosting our annual luncheon during Engineers Week. This year we are bringing in the distinguished Pat Babington, Vice President of Engineering Services for Rockwell Automation, to speak to students and alumni about all that she has learned in her experiences as a woman engineer. Dress is business casual. For any food concerns contact Ania Gawlik at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come explore engineering management consulting from a panel of Deloitte consultants and learn about exciting career opportunities! You will also get a chance to work on a sample case problem!
This event will be held at Thwing 101. Food will be catered from Melt U, so don't worry about networking on an empty stomach!
Fly away from stress and join the CEC in our paper airplane contest! This event will feature two categories, a longest distance competition, and a “landing zone” contest where you must land your plane on a target.
Build a winning design and win upwards of $350!
Food will also be provided!
So bring your friends and de-stress with some paper airplane fun! Sign up here.
Unwind with your friends at the Jolly Scholar while testing your trivia knowledge. Come enjoy free food as well as beer for those over 21!
Come and check out one of Case Western Reserve University's coolest facilities: think[box]! Even if you are not an engineer, the new think[box] is a fantastic place to make your imaginations real.
Enjoy a project expo featuring fellow students that utilize the machinery in think[box] and have a chance at using the machines yourself.
Don't miss out on seeing some awesome creations and making your own, too.
Food will be provided!
This event allows participants to showcase their engineering skills in a friendly competition as a nice break from classes with the opportunity to earn cash provided by the Case Alumni Association!
It will be held at KSL LL06.
For the WISER light bulb drop there will be food and monetary prizes awarded for the first 3 prizes (1st: $250, 2nd: 175, 3rd: $75).
Come take a break and have some fun at KSL!
Sign up here at:http://goo.gl/forms/BdXPIUAXdB
The Engineers Week Banquet is the culminating event of E-Week where students, faculty, alumni, and corporate supporters come together to celebrate engineering achievements. This is a FORMAL event, so dress to impress!
This year's banquet featuring the Department of Materials Science will host the Chief Technology Officer of Saint Gobain, a multinational materials corporation, Didier Roux as the keynote speaker.
This is a wonderful networking and reflection event!
Undergraduate tickets will be $15 and its worth every penny. Register now at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/engineers-week-2016-banquet-tickets-20427615548?aff=estw
An annual event, this design competition for High School Students will be hosted by the Civil Engineering Department in the state-of-the-art, Richard '39 and Opal Vanderhoof Infrastructure Research and Education Facility. All students who are registered and attend a public or private high school are eligible to compete in the competition and have the chance to win great prizes.