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Hey everyone! The semester is almost upon us, which means EOS is back. Our first general meeting will be September 4th at 8pm in Enginering Hall 110
Sorry it’s been a while since I’ve done one of these updates. But hope everyone’s had a nice weekend.
So this week we’ll have a normal schedule and the project is a bit long with 2 demos and a project.
I’ve attached the info sheet, please take a look at it. (Dropbox)
Also, if anyone has pictures from EOH or any that they’ve taken during any EOS event, please email them to me
hope everyone enjoyed their super bowl Sundays, here’s this week’s announcements.
-Working on EOH project again and starting to build the vehicles, every group will get 2 sets of wheels and tickets to purchase supplies.
-Schedule is attached. Let your driver know if you can’t come on any day.
Every year, Engineering societies/organizations make teams to compete in fun games called E-Week. Contact Sebastian (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’re interested in getting in on the team. Here’s the information:
Where: Engineering Hall
When: Sunday, February 17th through Saturday, February 23rd
Contact: Patrick Kennedy (email@example.com)
Engineering Council E-Week Committee will be celebrating Engineer’s Week with a variety of different competitions, activities, and corporate events to celebrate the accomplishments of engineers
Engineers Week has been celebrated since 1951 when it was started by the National Society of Professional Engineers. This year, thousands of engineers, including students, teachers, and professionals will celebrate Engineers Week 2013 from February 17th to 23rd. We highly encourage all EC societies, students groups, or groups of friends to put together either a 5-man or 10-man team. Bring your game face and join us for the best week of the year! Sign up on the E-Week Website
also from Stu:
I know we’re going to be short wheels at least for today and maybe tomorrow because I cleared out Hobby Lobby’s supply but they assured me that more were coming in today or tomorrow.
If you guys have any issues or questions at all in the classroom with the projects please please contact me either via email, text, or Facebook message.
Welcome back to EOS everyone! We’re heading back to the classroom this week. I’ve attached the new schedule as well as the project sheet for this week.
We’re gonna be starting the Engineering Open House project this week and it should be a pretty easy visit as the kids will mostly be brainstorming and designing their amphibious vehicles.
Let me know personally if any big questions come up from the the students or if you guys are unsure of what’s going on.
As always, hope everyone’s weekend was enjoyable
-Paper structures (document)
-Prairie on Friday at 12:30 (expect an email from Ellen)
Also, Stu will be holding an EOH meeting probably the Wednesday after Thanksgiving. So brainstorm some projects that the kids can do for about 4 weeks and that can be a competition at EOH
Next week starts our trips to Leal and we’ll be doing a putty project. If you’re a new member make sure you have an appointment to get fingerprinted before you go to the classrooms. If you are in need of any information or want a copy of the schedule, please email Ellen at firstname.lastname@example.org
In case you missed it, here’s the presentation from the meeting last night. Email any of us if you have questions! And be sure to join our Facebook group: