February 22-28 is Engineers Week in 2015. This is an exciting time for engineers who celebrate the positive contributions made to society. Engineers use their imagination and analytical skills to invent, design, and build things that matter. They are team players with independent minds who turn ideas into reality. Many become licensed professional engineers in order to better protect the health, safety, and welfare of the public. By dreaming up creative and practical solutions, engineers are changing the world all the time.|
Everything around us and that we use every day has been engineered in some way, yet we may not see the engineers behind the scenes or know much about engineering. The engineering field is as varied as engineers themselves. Engineers can design and build superstructures or delicate medical instruments and are exploring for energy and new worlds in space. They are designing environmental controls, directing global companies and responsible for tomorrows cars and computers. Who knows where the next great challenges will be?
This coming year, in a continuing effort to make this a valley-wide event, the Engineer’s Week – Greater Phoenix Area activities are being organized by a committee of professional engineering and science organizations throughout the area. We are please to bring you these exciting events for eWeek (click here for more details):
Engineers Day – February 28, 2015. A science fair event at the Arizona Science Center.
- Awards Banquet - Engineer’s Week Awards Banquet on Thursday, February 26, 2015 will recognize engineers, students, educators and projects that have made outstanding contributions to the profession.
- Outreach -
Click here to find a map of all the schools that have requested an engineering presentation, to sign up for a classroom visit, and to volunteer.
We ask for your support in helping us celebrate Engineers Week. We appreciate sponsors of the past events and we are looking forward to continued support for this year's event. Further details are located in the sponsorship flyer.