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2013 National Engineers Week
AIAA staff members say thank youIntroduce a Girl to Engineering DayLong Island Section - 2010STEM and Beyond Night Perryville Middle SchoolNYU Poly 2010 (1)
AIAA staff members say “thank you” on the steps of AIAA headquarters, in Reston, VA, in honor of National Engineers Week 2013
AIAA Delaware Section and ATK host local high school students for Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day
Engineers Week 2010: Glenn Mackey, Treasurer, AIAA LIS, Gregory Homatas, Vice Chair, AIAA LIS, and David Paris, Chair, AIAA LIS
AIAA Delaware Section participates in STEM & Beyond Night at Perryville Middle School in Perryville, MD
Wasyl Kinach PE, Chair MESC; Joel Miele PE, former NYC Dept. of Environmental Protection Commissioner; and George Golovchenko, PE, Director Bronx Chapter of the NY State Society of Professional Engineers

National Engineers Week 2013

National Engineers Week 2013 LogoEvery year, National Engineers Week is held on the third week of February. It is observed by more than 70 engineering, education, and cultural societies, and more than 50 corporations and government agencies. The purpose of National Engineers Week is to call attention to the contributions to society that engineers make. It is also a time for engineers to emphasize the importance of learning math, science, and technical skills.The celebration of National Engineers Week was started in 1951 by the National Society of Professional Engineers in conjunction with President George Washington's Birthday. President Washington is considered as the nation's first engineer, notably for his survey work.

Letter from AIAA Executive Director to AIAA Members

From 17 to 23 February, the nation will celebrate "National Engineers Week," which highlights engineers, engineering, and the remarkable ways they have transformed our lives. As reflected in this year's theme, we will "Celebrate Awesome!" AIAA headquarters will join in celebrating your awesomeness by raising awareness of the wide-ranging contributions that aerospace eingineering brings to society. From GPS systems in our cars, to the modern convenience of commercial flight, to our ability to explore and further understand our universe - without aerospace eingeers, and engineers from a myriad of disciplines who work in the areospace industry, our world world be a different place altogether.

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National Engineers Week 2013 News

26 February 2013
AIAA Utah Section Concludes Activity-Filled National Engineers Week 2013

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25 February 2013

AIAA Delaware Section and ATK Host "Introduce a Girl to Engineering" Event
Delaware OnlineEight-Graders STEM Lessons Roar to Life (includes video)


National Engineers Week Video Courtesy of NASA

Kevin Ford, Commander Expedition 34, Pays Tribute to National Engineers Week 2013 from the International Space Station
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Regions & Sections Schedule

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We want to thank the volunteers who participate in any type of outreach that shares your passion for engineering. From answering Ask An Engineer questions, to judging a student conference paper, to mentoring a young professional, to speaking about your career with other professionals, all contribute to sharing the enthusiasm for what you do every day. Local section interactions inspire people of all ages every day!

 

View the AIAA Regions & Sections Schedule for National Engineers Week 2013.