Students from the Michigan Tech National Society of Black Engineers will visit seven middle and high schools in Detroit to promote college and engineering. In the evenings, they will conduct Family Engineering Night events at three K-8 schools. NSBE’s Alternative Spring Break is conducted in collaboration with the Detroit Public Schools Office of Science and Detroit Math & Science Center, and funded in part, with a grant from John Deere.
Read more at the WUP Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education.
WXYZ Channel 7 news in Detroit aired a feature story about Michigan Tech student members of the campus chapter of the National Society of Black Engineers, who are spending their spring break working to motivate middle and high school students in Detroit schools to see college in their futures and to study science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).
From Tech Today.
The Family Engineering Activities and Presenters were posted by TechAlum Newsletter. The events took place March 11-14, 2014.
Read more at TechAlum Newsletter, by Dennis Walikainen.