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The New York Hall of Science hosted STEM Night: Careers in Engineering. This free event allowed students to engage in hands-on activities, hear from experts in the field through a panel discussion, and network with engineering professionals. STEM Nights are a series of evening events that feature talks and informal networking with STEM professionals who are invited to NYSCI to share their work and career journeys with the Explainers in our Science Career Ladder program and other high school and college students across the city. STEM Nights include an open, exploratory session wherein participants engage in hands-on activities related to the field of focus, a panel discussion by professionals in the field, followed by questions from the audience, and then a networking session. Free for hig...
This woke me up at half two in the morning, good job it was a sunday. Was going along putting holes in the ballast i think,
Garbaa Night 2017 | Terna Engineering College | TPF A Garbaa night to remember... Presented by TPF VideoGraphy - Tejas Sadare Hari Shreekumar Gaurav Hajare Photography - Pranay Gharat Gauri Shinde Sanket Modak Akshay Kumbhar Mayank Sardeshmukh Jitesh Parulekar Editing- Gaurav Hajare Pratik Patil
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Dr. Hassan Nameghi from Henry Ford College invites students to participate in second annual engineering competition on April 15, 2017 and Engineering Technology Information Night on April 20, 2017. For more information about these two events, please visit the following links: Engineering Competition: http://hfcc.edu/engineeringcompetition Engineering Technology Informaion Night: http://hfcc.edu/technight
Witness our candidates take on the stage for the first night, as they flaunt their different talents in Mr. and Ms. Engineering 2017's Pre-Pageant Night! Be there at 6:00PM, January 10, 2017 (Tuesday), in the Ernesto Palanca Hall (University Auditorium). #EngineeringWeek2017 #MrMsEngg2017
https://www.adorama.com Follow Framework Productions through the complex world of Live Video Engineering as they build a pop up multi-camera studio for a live switch of their TV Pilot - Late Night Cap. Covered in this video is building your pop up control room, configuring your cameras into a switcher, video and audio paths for networking, working with wireless transmitters, engineering infrastructure , and more video engineering fun. Yes, as the showrunner James says at the top of the episode "This will be a dense one". But if you have ever been interested in shooting and switching multi-camera events, this is the episode for you! Featured Equipment in this Episode: Canon C300 MarkII https://www.adorama.com/cac3002ef.html?utm_source=youtube&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=Making%20Lat...
We recognize one of the biggest challenges facing diverse professionals in corporate settings is finding a way to be their authentic selves while feeling like they truly belong – and recruiting events can be very one-size fits all. It's with that in mind that LinkedIn decided to host an open house framed as an open mic event, complete with an MC, live DJ, musical performances and networking geared towards Black & Latino professionals in San Francisco. For more, visit: https://blog.linkedin.com/2017/attracting-diverse-talent-through-linkedin-open-mic-night
Engineering Night at Howard Community College (HCC) is a chance for students to showcase their most innovative projects from the semester, including a self-driving car, an earthquake simulator and a group of dancing robots. For more information about HCC's engineering program, visit http://www.howardcc.edu/programs-courses/academics/academic-divisions/science-engineering-technology/engineering/ Howard Community College (HCC) is the preferred college choice for students and families in Howard County, Maryland. A public community college, HCC offers associate degree and certificate programs, and workforce development training and continuing education classes, to nearly 30,000 students each year.
For more information, go to https://nysci.org/event/stem-night-engineering/ R.S.V.P. here: https://tickets.nysci.org/Policies.aspx Join us for STEM Night: Engineering to learn about the wide range of career opportunities available in the engineering field. At this free event, you can engage in hands-on activities, hear from experts in the field through career conversations, and network with STEM professionals. Light refreshments will be provided. This event is geared towards middle school, high school and college students who are curious about careers in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM). Chaperones are required for students under age 16. Please bring your student or teacher ID. Editor: Jairo Cuenca
I'll do it tomorrow is probably the most often used statement by an engineering student.Every night we plan a time table for the next day and we expect ourselves to follow it. Do expectations turn into reality ?? watch to find out this short film(infact very short film- keeping in mind that we are lazy enough to watch a long video) made by Abhishek Dogra and Shreyans Shrimal from IIT Bhubaneswar
Tapping into the splendor of science and excitement of engineering, teachers and staff transformed Rice Elementary into a campus of creation for Family Engineering Night. From catapults and bridges to smoke cannons and "gluep," students and their families had the opportunity to explore engineering in a hands-on manner. Sponsored in partnership with Hancock College and Cal Poly, the free event gave more than 700 attendees the opportunity to apply class concepts in real life, said Marcy Bremer, the second-grade teacher who coordinated Thursday night's activities.
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