Over 50 students of underrepresented background learned about the concepts of engineering. They also had workshops on how to apply for scholarships and toured the University of Washington student engineering labs and projects. This event was made possible by funds from the SPEEA STEM Outreach Grant and collaboration with SHPE UW.Join us as we Inspire the Next Generation of #STEM Leaders!
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March 8-10, 2016
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Event to be held at the following time, date, and location:
Saturday, February 6, 2016 from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (PST)
The Museum of Flight
9404 East Marginal Way South
Seattle, WA 98108
Greetings Ladies & Gents,
The Puget Sound Engineering Council (PSEC), Society of Hispanic Professional (SHPE) along with many other Puget Sound organizations invite you & your families to join us for the PSEC annual Engineering Fair at The Museum of Flight! (Entrance is FREE)
Let’s continue to inspire the next generation of Scientist, Technology gurus, Engineers & Mathematicians as they continue to learn about the exciting career opportunities in the #STEM fields by talking to professionals in the field from NASA, Boeing and various universities. Student clubs will also be in force, and there will be plenty of hands-on activities for young children.
Please feel free to let us know if you have any questions, comments or concerns.
Thank You & See Ya there! 🙂
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SHPE Puget Sound
Dear SHPE PSC Members,
My name is Bruna Estrada and I am a member of the University of Washington School of Law’s Education Law and Policy Society (Ed-Law). We are an organization that has been working to address the legal issues in education since 2010, and this year are publishing the second volume of our journal style publication . Through this forum we seek to encourage discussion on education issues that impact all Washingtonians.
We publish the work of scholars, attorneys, students (K-12 and higher education), parents, teachers, school administrators, and all those who are impacted by education policies in Washington. With the release of our first volume in April of 2015, we kicked off an exciting new project for Ed-Law. Please check out the online version of our publication at https://uwedlaw.wordpress.com
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This year we hope to collect papers from academic sources and students, and short reflections from acting legislators, judges, and policy organizations who have unique insight into the development of education policy in Washington. We are hoping you or someone in your office would consider contributing. Please see the attached “call for papers” for more details.
We are a non-partisan organization and welcome contributions from any organization or individual regardless of party affiliation. Our goal is to grow with each year and would be excited to include a contribution from you in our second volume of the Ed-Law publication.
If you have any questions please feel free to reach out. As mentioned the attached call for papers can provide more information on submission. Thank you for your time and consideration.
Call to Papers