Engineers in Real Life: Bringing Together Engineers and Students Since 2015
There is no one quick answer because it depends not only on what type of engineer you become but also what industry you work in. To really appreciate the scope of the things engineers do, it’s best to see them.
With this event, we want to help students from throughout the Houston/Galveston area learn a bit more about what it means to be an engineer and the huge variety of job choices the career encompasses.
A sample of industries who usually participate:
* Environmental cleanup
* Marine and Ocean engineering
* Oil & Gas
* Space industry
* Infrastructure (electrical power, roads/bridges, etc.)
* and many more
If you are a student, join us to learn more about engineering. If you are an engineer and would like to be involved, join us as well!
Zoom meetings will be set up for the engineers with a 20 minutes presentation and 10 minutes for Q&A. There will be a parallel Airmeet session for informal sessions. Students must be pre-registered to receive the Zoom log-ins. The list of engineers who will be giving presentations can be found HERE. You do not need to attend every presentation. There will also be an informal area hosted on Airmeet. This event is geared toward those age 12 and over, but younger students who are interested are welcome. Please register with the same email used for your Zoom account. We can only allow those who have pre-registered into the presentations and are using email as access control.
More information on the event can be found here.
Date and Time
- Date: 06 Mar 2021
- Time: 09:00 AM to 03:00 PM
- All times are America/Mexico_City
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Zoom meetings will be set up for the engineers with a 20 minutes presentation and 10 minutes for Q&A. There will also be an informal area hosted on Airmeet. Students must be pre-registered to receive the Zoom log-ins.
- Co-sponsored by Clear Lake High School PTSA, Rotary Club of Space Center, Computational Medicine Lab at the University of Houston
A list of engineering presentations can be found here.