Join the global conversation about how engineers imagine a better tomorrow. Today is World Engineering Day! Here are three easy ways to celebrate: Post a message or photo on social media showing how engineers make the world a better place: #Engineer4Tomorrow Recognize engineers you know by taking a minute to say thank you or acknowledging them during a virtual meeting. Register for The Persist Seriesto join the global conversation about building staying power for women in engineering & tech. Our next episode is March 10! Join Us! How are you imagining tomorrow? Share your ideas on social, use: #Engineer4Tomorrow #WorldEngineeringDay … Continue reading It’s World Engineering Day. Let’s celebrate!
March 2021 In This Issue NGCP Updates IF/THEN Spotlight STEM Events The Connectory Spotlight STEM Resources Global Resources Quick Links E-newsletter Archive NGCP Website The Connectory NGCP Facebook NGCP Instagram NGCP Twitter NGCP Blog FabFems March is Women’s History Month To celebrate, NGCP is planning events around the theme: Women in STEM: Spark a Future. We’ve also included some online resources that will help encourage more girls to pursue careers in STEM. NGCP National Webinar: From Research to Practice: An Up-to-Date Look at Gender Equity in STEM. Join us on March 9 to hear about research regarding gender equity … Continue reading National Girls Collaborative Project E-newsletter March 2021
SWENext K-8 Newsletter – February 2021 Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. IN THIS ISSUE February Engineering Challenge: How Things Are Made SWENext Black History Month Spotlight SWENexter Meet & Greet: Madalyn Calling All SWENexters! March is Women’s History Month What is Manufacturing Engineering? Manufacturing Engineering Student Spotlight Continue reading SWENext K-8 Newsletter – February 2021
SWENext 9-12 Newsletter – February 2021 Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. IN THIS ISSUE February Engineering Challenge: How Things Are Made SWENext Club Feature: Poway High School 9th Annual Girl Scouts Badge-A-Thon – Saturday, March 27th Engineers Week is February 21st-27th SWENext Black History Month Spotlight Celebrating Women’s History Month Calling All SWENexters! Scholarship Application Season is Here! SWEet Wisdom What is Manufacturing Engineering? February Engineering Challenge: How Things Are Made Manufacturing engineering is a branch of engineering that focuses on improving the production of an item, whether that’s through making product design changes or creating … Continue reading SWENext 9-12 Newsletter – February 2021
Adult Advocate’s Newsletter – February 2021 Email not displaying correctly? View it in your browser. Adult Advocate’s Newsletter – February 2021 Welcome STEM advocates, SWE outreach practitioners, parents, school counselors, and educators to the February 2021 issue of the Adult Advocacy Newsletter. In this issue, we highlight Manufacturing Engineering and their innovative production of goods in our daily lives. We share the story of Alicia Boler Davis, and provide activities to try out with kids that get them thinking like a Manufacturing Engineer. In this newsletter, we also share resources on virtual outreach, working with those with limited access to … Continue reading Adult Advocate’s Newsletter – February 2021
Celebrate EngineerGirl’s 20th Anniversary! Missing images? View this email in your browser EngineerGirl launched during Engineers Week in 2001, so we’re celebrating our 20th anniversary this year and we want to invite you to join in the fun. See a timeline of the past 20 years of EngineerGirl on our 20th Anniversary page, and read on below to learn how you can be involved in the celebration! Continue reading Celebrate EngineerGirl’s 20th Anniversary!
Download resources to encourage girls to explore engineering and share your efforts on social media. Happy Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day! On the Thursday of Engineers Week we focus on reaching out to girls and welcoming them into the amazing world of engineering and technology. Below are a few ways to celebrate Girl Day and resources you can use. #GirlDay2021 #Engineer4Tomorrow Today’s Chat with Change Makers Join Tiffany at 12:00pm (ET, USA) for an exciting interview with Joan Higginbotham, a former astronaut and electrical engineer at Collins Aerospace. This is a special Girl Day Chats with Change Makers. You … Continue reading It’s Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day!
The NGCP works to strengthen capacity of existing girl-serving STEM projects by sharing exemplary practices, research findings, and program models. One method we use to achieve this goal is a series of free webinars in which practitioners and researchers from across the country share effective strategies in STEM. NGCP and Career Girls National Town Hall Town Hall: Saving Lives with Science Online: February 24, 2021 4:00 PM Pacific / 7:00 PM Eastern Calling all girls! Time to learn how women scientists use biology, chemistry, and other scientific disciplines to create medical treatments and vaccines to serve humanity. Career Girls and … Continue reading Town Hall: Saving Lives with Science
Perfect for engaging students during Engineers Week and year-round. It’s Engineers Week! Today we are focusing on the amazing resources our partners have created to engage students in STEAM. Check them out! Share how you’re engaging students #DiscoverEchallenge. Take the Shell Career Quiz Presented by Shell Discover your own Energy Avatar! The new Shell Career Quiz can show you exciting careers in energy. Just answer three short questions and start energizing your future with Shell. Take the Shell Quiz Here Visit Xplorlabs Engineering, energy, and the supply chain converge in this immersive investigation into our mobile phones. UL Xplorlabs: Extraction … Continue reading Great K-12 Engineering Resources
Happy Engineers Week! Starting today, join us in a game of “I Spy Something Engineered!” highlighting the remarkable engineering feats that surround us. How to Play From February 22-26, go about your daily routine with a camera in hand and play “I spy something engineered.” Look around and ask yourself: What feats of engineering do I see? In my home? On the way to work? In my school? How is my life improved by the engineering that surrounds me? Snap a photo, caption the shot, and share it on our social hub, The Water Cooler, by clicking "Add a Post." … Continue reading Engineers Week Contest: Let’s Play “I Spy!”
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6 Things to Know About NASA’s Ingenuity Mars Helicopter | NASA Ingenuity features four specially made carbon-fiber blades, arranged into two rotors that spin in opposite directions at around 2,400 rpm – many times faster than a passenger helicopter on … Continue reading Mars landing 2021.2.18
Celebrate Engineers Week and build knowledge on how engineering has changed and shaped our world with K-12 passages. Because of remote and hybrid learning, demand for ReadWorks’ free materials is higher than ever. We rely on help from people like … Continue reading Celebrate Engineers Week with K-12 Passages
Happy Engineers Week The Engineers Week theme – Imagining Tomorrow – celebrates all the ways engineers make the world a better place, like delivering solutions to combat climate change, securing cyberspace, developing vaccines, and more. Join the celebration! How are you imagining tomorrow? Share your ideas on social, use: #Engineer4Tomorrow #Eweek2021 Check out the graphic options Show your Eweek spirit on Facebook! Be the envy of all with a new video background. Post your ideas with a selfie. Update Here Get Background Download Card Get more ideas on how to celebrate Engineers Week at: DiscoverE.org/EngineersWeek Manage Your Subscription This … Continue reading It’s Engineers Week. Let’s celebrate!
New global ‘wind atlas’ propels sustainable energy — ScienceDaily Wind energy scientists have released a new global wind atlas – a digital compendium filled with documented extreme wind speeds for all parts of the world – to help engineers select … Continue reading wind atlas, cubesat, saildrone