I've participated in this event before both as a student while I was in high
school and a presenter for Oregon Tech.
Its main purpose is to get high school students exited about a field in
engineering. Each student that attends is sponsored by an engineer who also
attends the event. So the target audience is two fold, practicing engineers In
the pdx area, and high schools students who are likely looking into engineering
This is good event and it would be a shame to miss out on this opportunity.
Also I would think it easy to get PSU to pony up some money for display
materials. This falls directly in line with what the innovation initiative is
trying to accomplish.
I am defiantly up to attending the event but it needs to be more than just
myself. It would also be really cool to have some hardware, playing videos and
On Feb 16, 2011, at 6:47 PM, Jeremy Booth <jboo...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Added info:
> It is the Feb 23rd event listed on this page:
>> On Feb 16, 2011 5:17 PM, "Jeremy Booth" <jboo...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> We've been invited to present our project at the Engineering Week Banquet
>> next Wednesday at the Lloyd Center Double Tree, 3:30pm to about 8pm
>> (although I think the display might wrap up by around 6:30)
>> I'm not sure if this is actually an MCECS event ,but it looks like it would
>> be a repeat of the Engineering Discovery Showcase deal: We display the
>> rocket for a few hours, and in return, we get all the PR we can generate,
>> Kristen in Student Services donates $100 to our Foundation account, and the
>> event provides a free meal for the presenters (the post-showcase banquet).
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