E-Week, or National Engineers' Week, is a national celebration of the innovative, integral and exciting fields of engineering. It's really about sharing the awesomeness that is engineering with everyone. So much of our lives comes is affected by engineers. From skyscrapers and highways built by civil engineers, to cars and airplanes built by aerospace and mechanical engineers, to smartphones and robots built by electrical engineers. Come to our exciting events, and see what it's all about!
Get involved with CoE! Whether you are a freshmen or a grad student, we have something for you! Join our student organizations for a club fair with a lovely flair on Valentine’s Day.
Show off your honor society spirit by wearing your colors! Honor societies are the scholastic pinnacle of the College of Engineering!
The Tau Beta Pi Engineering Honors Society would like to invite you to breakfast. Enjoy bagels on the house!
S'mores over the fire and celebration of municipal water sources – you never knew how good it was!
Join us in the UC lower lounge to meet today’s innovators such as GE, the US Air Force, and the College of Engineering Graduate Students as they present their latest, most exciting work to attendees.
Rapid design competition for local high school students interested in engineering.
Full motion flight simulators at the Pan Am International Flight Academy will be available for students to get a chance to "fly" the 777! Don't miss this opportunity, only the first 25 participants will be able to go. If interested, we will meet in the Engineering Breezeway on Wednesday, February 19, 2014 at 9:00 AM, and then go together to the metrorail and to MIA.
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Meet some of Florida’s finest young engineers at a Truss Test hosted by the GESC.
Have you ever dreamed of paddling in a concrete vessel? Have you dreamed of rowing atop our beautiful Lake Osceola? Well then join the American Society of Civil Engineers in a concrete canoe extravaganza on the shore by the Rat!
This competition will consist of teams or individuals that will have to build a dome out of gumdrops and toothpicks and which has to hold a certain amount of weight. The dome that resist the biggest load wins.
Join Architectural Engineering Institute in some lego building construction. It will be a fun time for all.
Come learn about life after college with former UMNSBE member and Sony representative Deon LeCointe. Pizza will be served.
Show your engineering pride by wearing your favorite CoE apparel! A photo will be taken!
SWE welcomes over 150 high school women from South Florida for this day that will open eyes, minds and imaginations to the world of engineering and women engineers' place in it. Featuring distinguished speakers, tours of labs, a design competition and a student panel, this is a day that truly changes lives! The University of Miami College of Engineering boasts a 30% women population, more than double the national average!
12:20NN, steps in front of McArthur
Florida Power and Light is opening its doors for a tour of their Turkey Point Nuclear Generating Station! Only 20 lucky students will be able to attend so apply for a spot now!
Students try to stack as many dominoes as possible in one minute. The structure must begin with a foundation of one vertical domino and the rest must balance on top of that one. The student that used the most dominoes in his/her structure will win a tshirt.
What is the best way to build a PB&J? Find out with IIE. The completed sandwiches are given to Camila House so it’s for a good cause
Students, alumni and friends of the College are invited to come relax together at this TGIF opportunity! Vouchers for some free food will be provided, and it's a great chance to take a break with other engineers.
At the new UM Rathskellar.
The University of Miami IEEE would like to bring you UHack, a 24-hour hackathon. UHack will take place at the end of Engineering Week, Saturday February 22nd, and finish the next day, Sunday February 23rd. Taking place at the University of Miami, we are open to any student from any educational institution who would like to take some time off their semester by making something fun and possibly win some great prizes from our amazing sponsors.
SWE's Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day is looking for volunteers. A Doodle for volunteering at this event is available at http://doodle.com/qacyt5bm23w2ribc.
The Engineering Advisory Board (EAB for short), is a committee built to foster cooperation and communication among the College of Engineering student body, student organizations, the College of Engineering administration, alumni, and industry. These goals include developing further networking opportunities between the student body, administrators, and alumni, facilitating inter-engineering student organization collaboration, promoting innovative programs, and bridging the gap between professionals in industry and the students of the College of Engineering.