Be An Engineer at the Engineering EXPO
Engineering is a diverse and challenging field of study. With more than 25 major branches....
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LEARN about career opportunities in the engineering field and about career opportunities in fields from bridge and building design to the world of nanotechnology and biochemical. Learn about college curriculum offerings, admission requirements and financial aid information.
MEET representatives of over 40 of the region’s leading learning institutions including Rutgers, Cornell, Columbia, Penn State, Villanova, RPI and SUNY.
DISCOVER aisles of interactive displays and exhibits focusing on engineering and higher learning opportunities to help you meet the challenges of today’s economic uncertainties.
Don’t miss this opportunity to take control of your educational future, visit this year’s Engineering EXPO.
Learn . . . Meet . . . Discover! . . . You can be an engineer!
Business Be A Supporter of Engineering Expo
The overriding effort of this event, is to provide a forum where students can meet with engineering colleges and engineering businesses, to get a real understanding of what engineers do, and to also learn what universities might be of interest to them. We find that college outreach is most effective when we have representatives of both the Admissions office and one or more professors (or grad students) who can speak about the work that they're doing, in their specific engineering field.
Engineering Expo is a very enjoyable and interactive event, where displays showing research projects or demonstrations can be viewed by visiting students. It give them an understanding of why they've been taking those math and science courses, for all these years.
We welcome businesses in engineering and technology to join with these leading universities and support Engineering Expo. Become a Silver, Platinum or exhibitor sponsor of our event. Do it for our future, do it for our kids.
Once again, The Lower Hudson Valley Engineering Expo will be a Regional Host of the 2015 Rube Goldberg Contest High School level contest. This year’s theme is ‘Erase a Chalkboard’. To participate in the Rube Goldberg Machine Contest®:
Design and build a task machine to ERASE A CHALKBOARD. Machine specifications, team eligibility and contest rules are listed on the Rube Goldberg website – Teams need to download The 2015 Official Rule Book and read it carefully as the Rule book contains information on acceptable materials, size, judging rubrics and other items of importance:
Bring your contraption to the Lower Hudson Valley Engineering Expo on Sunday, March 22, 2015, White Plains High School, White Plains, NY from 11:00am-4:00pm (Set Up time 9:00am) to compete against other teams.
Registration is limited to the first 15 registered teams.
The winner of the local contest qualifies to go on to a National Contest. (All expenses for the National contest are the responsibility of the competing team.)
Have Fun! Contact JoAnn Rerek at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional questions or information.
Infrastructure – think of a delivery system – how does anything get from one place to another.
It is all over the news how infrastructure in the United States is crumbling, computer networks are under cyber attacks by hackers, our public transportation system is old and in need of updating, our power grid relies upon 1960s technology.
With the help of your teacher, coach or mentor, choose a category in the broad spectrum of Infrastructure. Get as focused as you would like. Some areas you can explore:
An adult coach, teacher or mentor will need to register the team and be present the day of the Expo. The team’s students must be in grades 5-8. Register by email to: email@example.com no later than February 15, 2015. A judging rubric is available on the Contest –
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The lower hudson valley engineering expo is a project of the foundation for engineering education, inc. (fee). Fee is a nys chartered 501(c)(3) corporation. Donations are tax deductible to the maximum extent allowed by law. A copy of the latest annual report may be obtained, upon request, from the foundation for engineering education, inc., 6 airline drive, albany, ny 12205 or from the new york state attorney general’s charities bureau, attn: foil officer, 120 broadway, new york, ny 10271