Celebrate engineering at Case Western Reserve University

Students using Sears think[box]

Engineers Week is in full swing at Case Western Reserve University—the national celebration of the field of engineering kicked off on campus this weekend with the Engineering Challenges Carnival and continues with a variety of activities through Feb. 24.
Students can put a team together for the WISER Light Bulb, test their engineering knowledge at the Jolly Scholar Trivia Night, participate in the KSL Paper Airplane Content, tour Case Western Reserve’s 50,000-square-foot innovation center Sears think[box], as well as network with colleagues at the Diversity in Engineering Meetup and SWE Luncheon.

The entire Case School of Engineering community is invited to the week’s culminating event: the E-Week Reception on Feb. 23, featuring a keynote address by Janet Kavandi, former astronaut and current director of the NASA Glenn Research Center.
Explore the week’s activities.