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Saturday as part of National Engineering Week at the Science Factory, 2300 Leo Harris Parkway.
We just introduced new learning activities to students during our first National Engineering Week celebration.
The event was held in conjunction with National Engineering Week, said Tracey Edmundson, Science Factory education and volunteer coordinator.
During this time she has been involved in the organization of numerous club activities including spaghetti dinners, social nights, National Engineering Week events, charity fundraisers and the Annual Lakehead University Chemical Engineering Conference, at which she acted as master of ceremonies in 2002.
National Engineering Week, held in March, is a Canada-wide effort to inform the public and students in particular about career opportunities and the role of engineering in society.
As part of National Engineering Week (NEW) celebrations in Otures on March 2.
For a profession like ours, outreach programs, such as National Chemistry Week (NCW) and National Engineering Week (NEW), allow us to present a human face in order to truly demonstrate who we really are.
Other activities carried out by the Chapter were participation in National Engineering Week, E-Week, an engineering student event to build teamwork and engineering concepts and to design the yearbook.
For National Engineering Week (NEW), the CSChE Chapter organized an Egg Drop Competition to be included with the activities of other engineering societies for purpose of educating elementary students about engineering and providing hands-on activities in which they can apply basic engineering principles.
Canada's first ever Engineering Trading Cards were unveiled and presented to 130 young Canadians in Ottawa, ON on March 2 during ceremonies marking the official launch of National Engineering Week 2000 (NEW 2000).
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