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Become a Champion of Engineering Outreach

Image of Amy Moll speaking with two students at Science FestHow do students decide to become engineers? At the College of Engineering, we think it’s because at some time in their lives, they were fortunate enough to learn what engineers do from a real engineer. That’s why we’re dedicated to bringing the experience of engineering to students of all ages in our community. Year round, we create fun, interactive learning opportunities that connect kids with professional engineers so they can learn first hand what engineering is all about.

We’re proud to report that the demand for our outreach programs is growing every year! Now we face the challenge of growing the funds to keep pace with that demand. As a member of the engineering community you can become an Engineering Outreach Champion with a yearly gift to underwrite the cost of these activities. Moreover, as an Engineering Outreach Champion, you gain the name recognition as a difference-maker in our community.

Help us build a strong pipeline of future engineering students by becoming one of our Engineering Outreach Champions!

Amy Moll
Dean and Professor
College of Engineering

Summer Camps

e-Camp – Grades 8-9

June 4-6, 2017
Students who are currently in 8th or 9th grade can use hands-on activities and projects involving self discovery, cooperative learning, critical thinking, and problem solving while living on campus in a college dormitory. Application deadline is May 1st.

e-Girls – Grades 9-10

June 9-10, 2017
e-Girls is a free overnight program for girls currently in 9th and 10th grade. Workshops led by Society of Women Engineers professionals and college students may include: Biomechanics of Footwear, Packaging and the Environment, Virtual Worlds with Alice, Solving Forensic Mysteries, Physics of Rock Climbing/Rope Walking, A World of Career Choices, and more! Application deadline is May 1st.