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Mon, Jul 28, 2014

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Mon, Jul 28, 2014
8:30am
Girlgineering - Special Events (Nedderman Hall)
The goal of our Girlgineering camp is to increase the interest of high ability young women in a career in engineering by combating stereotypes, creating connections, reducing the issue of competition for resources with boys, and demonstrating the real-world social impact of engineering. This one-week day camp will introduce middle school young women to the field of engineering by showing how engineering is connected to personal issues, social concerns, and community interests. The Girlgineering camp is designed to provide young women with a broad exposure to the variety of engineering disciplines -- aerospace, biomedical, civil & environmental, computer science, electrical, materials science and mechanical -- plus related topics in chemistry and physics. Field trips to see engineering at area businesses and team projects supplement the classroom activities. This camp is limited to 50 students. The Girlgineering camp is a 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. day camp with a Friday evening awards session. The program fees cover a participant's meals, insurance, project materials and activities.
Tue, Jul 29, 2014
8:30am
Girlgineering - Special Events (Nedderman Hall)
The goal of our Girlgineering camp is to increase the interest of high ability young women in a career in engineering by combating stereotypes, creating connections, reducing the issue of competition for resources with boys, and demonstrating the real-world social impact of engineering. This one-week day camp will introduce middle school young women to the field of engineering by showing how engineering is connected to personal issues, social concerns, and community interests. The Girlgineering camp is designed to provide young women with a broad exposure to the variety of engineering disciplines -- aerospace, biomedical, civil & environmental, computer science, electrical, materials science and mechanical -- plus related topics in chemistry and physics. Field trips to see engineering at area businesses and team projects supplement the classroom activities. This camp is limited to 50 students. The Girlgineering camp is a 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. day camp with a Friday evening awards session. The program fees cover a participant's meals, insurance, project materials and activities.
Wed, Jul 30, 2014
8:30am
Girlgineering - Special Events (Nedderman Hall)
The goal of our Girlgineering camp is to increase the interest of high ability young women in a career in engineering by combating stereotypes, creating connections, reducing the issue of competition for resources with boys, and demonstrating the real-world social impact of engineering. This one-week day camp will introduce middle school young women to the field of engineering by showing how engineering is connected to personal issues, social concerns, and community interests. The Girlgineering camp is designed to provide young women with a broad exposure to the variety of engineering disciplines -- aerospace, biomedical, civil & environmental, computer science, electrical, materials science and mechanical -- plus related topics in chemistry and physics. Field trips to see engineering at area businesses and team projects supplement the classroom activities. This camp is limited to 50 students. The Girlgineering camp is a 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. day camp with a Friday evening awards session. The program fees cover a participant's meals, insurance, project materials and activities.
Thu, Jul 31, 2014
8:30am
Girlgineering - Special Events (Nedderman Hall)
The goal of our Girlgineering camp is to increase the interest of high ability young women in a career in engineering by combating stereotypes, creating connections, reducing the issue of competition for resources with boys, and demonstrating the real-world social impact of engineering. This one-week day camp will introduce middle school young women to the field of engineering by showing how engineering is connected to personal issues, social concerns, and community interests. The Girlgineering camp is designed to provide young women with a broad exposure to the variety of engineering disciplines -- aerospace, biomedical, civil & environmental, computer science, electrical, materials science and mechanical -- plus related topics in chemistry and physics. Field trips to see engineering at area businesses and team projects supplement the classroom activities. This camp is limited to 50 students. The Girlgineering camp is a 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. day camp with a Friday evening awards session. The program fees cover a participant's meals, insurance, project materials and activities.
Fri, Aug 1, 2014
8:30am
Girlgineering - Special Events (Nedderman Hall)
The goal of our Girlgineering camp is to increase the interest of high ability young women in a career in engineering by combating stereotypes, creating connections, reducing the issue of competition for resources with boys, and demonstrating the real-world social impact of engineering. This one-week day camp will introduce middle school young women to the field of engineering by showing how engineering is connected to personal issues, social concerns, and community interests. The Girlgineering camp is designed to provide young women with a broad exposure to the variety of engineering disciplines -- aerospace, biomedical, civil & environmental, computer science, electrical, materials science and mechanical -- plus related topics in chemistry and physics. Field trips to see engineering at area businesses and team projects supplement the classroom activities. This camp is limited to 50 students. The Girlgineering camp is a 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. day camp with a Friday evening awards session. The program fees cover a participant's meals, insurance, project materials and activities.
Wed, Aug 6, 2014
7:00am
Fukushima Update - Lectures/Talks (Nedderman Hall Room 100)
Michael Hall, branch chief of Region IV of the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission, examines the disastrous effects of the 2011 tsunami to the Fukushima Daiichi power plant and the subsequent explosions leading to the uncontrolled release of radioactive material to the environment. He will also discuss the current state of the reactors and ongoing challenges involving the storage of contaminated water. Everyone welcome. Light breakfast provided. Reservations, please, to www.arlingtontech.org.



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