High School Engineering Workshops are afternoon programs designed to familiarize students with one or more aspects of engineering.
Engineering is a tremendously varied and challenging field offering the potential for highly rewarding careers. Unfortunately, many young people who have the potential for great success as an engineer also lack knowledge of the opportunities an engineering career offers.
Our workshop programs seek to provide a better understanding of the options an engineering education provides. Students may attend individually or with a few friends. Some workshop programs are expanded versions of presentations from our High School Speakers program. Many include hands-on activities and/or laboratory demonstrations.
We try to schedule a workshop every semester. If you would like to be notified of our upcoming events, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, grade, and school. We'll add you to our electronic mailing list.
TRANSPORT PACKAGING WORKSHOP FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS
Tuesday, October 28, 2014 • 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
CBU ISTA Certified Packaging Lab – St. Benilde Hall, Christian Brothers University
You will learn about:
- How to predict stacking strength of a corrugated box?
- How to protect a packaged product?
- How to test a packaged product?
- FREE. LIMITED TO 25 PARTICIPANTS.
- Forensic Engineering– Forensic Engineering is the investigation of accidents, fires, and structural failures.
- Packaging Engineering– Students are introduced to packaging principals, testing methods, and career opportunities.
- Hurricane Katrina– Speakers from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers explained the sequence of events behind this terrible disaster. Students used a geographical information system and pumping simulator to understand the difficulty of removing the flood waters.
- Engineering for Aviation
- Bridge Design
- GPS & Navigation Engineering