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Description

I invite you to participate as a judge at this upcoming engineering problem-solving event on April 28th, 2018: http://engineeryourworld.org/2018-solve-it-by-sunset-design-a-thon/

 

In partnership with UT Austin’s Engineer Your World  based in The Cockrell School of Engineering, I am hosting the first-ever real-world problem-solving event at my school, The Woodlands Christian Academy (located at 5800 Academy Way, The Woodlands, TX 77384).

 

Would you be able to join us from 3:00 to 5:00 pm on Saturday, April 28th to serve as a judge for this event?

 

The 70+ high school students from nine Houston area schools will compete in 10 teams to develop solutions to mitigate flood damage. Each team will create two solutions – one to address the Convergent Challenge and one to address the Divergent Challenge (both explained on website).

 

Judges will judge both types of solutions. We will provide judging rubrics.

 

Thank you very much,

Key Questions

Share thoughts about their solutions, ask questions.

The 70+ high school students from nine Houston area schools will compete in 10 teams to develop solutions to mitigate flood damage. Each team will create two solutions – one to address the Convergent Challenge and one to address the Divergent Challenge (both explained on website).

Expected Outcomes

Share thoughts about their solutions, ask questions.

The 70+ high school students from nine Houston area schools will compete in 10 teams to develop solutions to mitigate flood damage. Each team will create two solutions – one to address the Convergent Challenge and one to address the Divergent Challenge (both explained on website).

More guidance will be provided.

Documents

Event Date

04/28/2018 04:00 PM  Eastern Time 

Event Location

5800 Academy Way , The Woodlands ,TX ,77384

Approximate location shown on map below

Requester

Tricia Berry
InPerson Session Type
Ask
Classes or Programs
stem   Science   Technology   Engineering   math  
Grades
High School  
No. of Students
70
Industry
STEM 
Skills/Specialties
Not Available