Mechanical Engineering (Juniors)
Sunday, October 27
Juniors use their engineering skills and understanding of forces and energy to design and build a working crane and a paddle boat. Juniors earn their Mechanical Engineering: Crane and Mechanical Engineering: Paddle Boat Badges.
Can Nanotechnology be engineered to give humans superpowers, cure diseases, or achieve immortality? Will it live up to the hype of science-fiction film and literature?
Join Georgia Tech faculty and staff at the Jimmy Carter Presidential Library and Museum for this free, public program to discuss these…
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Society of Women Engineers Atlanta Professionals are super excited to be hosting our annual SWE ATL 2019 Fall “WOW! That's Engineering” program on Nov. 16th from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30pm at Avanos Medical, Inc.
This event encourages middle school girls (6th – 8th grade) to consider a future in…
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Engineering Challenge (Daisies and Brownies)
Sunday, November 17
Daisies and Brownies use Design Thinking Skills to conduct engineering challenges that help people, and solve a problem. Girl Scouts earn their Think Like an Engineer Badge. Note: The Take Action badge is not earned during…
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Car Design (Juniors and Cadettes)
Sunday, February 9
Juniors and Cadettes learn about potential and kinetic energy as they design, test and build alternative fuel vehicles from various materials. Juniors earn their Mechanical Engineering: Balloon Car Badge, and Cadettes earn a STEM Fun…
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