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Engineering Tomorrow Conference!
Oct 31 2019
HP Chemistry students recently attended an Engineering Tomorrow Conference where they explored the fundamentals of wind turbines and learned about the importance of embedded systems in today’s world, from cell phones to microwaves to ATMs and cruise control. Please ‘click’ on photo for additional information and photos. Engineering Tomorrow is a foundation designed to attract high [...Read More
Budding Engineers Get a Feel for the Field
Oct 23 2019
Budding Engineers Get a Feel for the FieldRead More
Oct 05 2019
15 Monsignor Scanlan Students attended an engineering conference on Thursday, October 5th sponsored by Engineering Tomorrow. The conference featured interactive demonstrations and presentations by high level engineering professionals, provided students with exposure to real world engineering disciplines and the global challenges engineering solutions address. Students were challenged with probl...Read More
Cricket and Jim Lockhart Champion the Bruce Museum
Aug 29 2019
At the Bruce Museum, Cricket and Jim Lockhart are often cited as one of the Museum’s “first families.” Their love for the Bruce is shared by their Greenwich children and grandchildren. On a recent visit, their oldest grandson, age seven, was fascinated by the Museum’s annual iCreate exhibition of work by high school artists. “He was looking […]Read More
Engineering Tomorrow Opens Doors to STEM on S.I.
Mar 27 2019
High school students on Staten Island got a glimpse of what it’s like to be an engineer. Around 100 students from six catholic schools attended the Engineering Tomorrow Conference at Monsignor Farrell High School in Richmondtown on Wednesday. They learned about angles, accuracy, and phototherapy, which is the use of light to treat certain medical […]Read More
Engineering Tomorrow Conference Engages High School Students
Feb 27 2019
Over 80 students from three Catholic high schools, came together on Wednesday, March 27th for the seventh Engineering Tomorrow Conference at Our Lady of Lourdes High School. Founded in December 2014 by Bill Woodburn, Engineering Tomorrow’s mission (www.engtom.org) is to introduce high school students, particularly female and minorities to the field of engineering. According to […]Read More