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Students from St. Joseph Regional High School Attend Engineering Tomorrow Workshop

Jan 23 2019

Students from St. Joseph Regional High School in Montvale attended the Engineering Tomorrow workshop in Kearny on Dec. 12. The workshop began with an overview of engineering, highlighting various careers in the field. Students were split into groups to participate in activities focused on hydraulic and electrical engineering. “It is predicted that in 2025, 50 […]

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‘Engineering Tomorrow’: Students experiment with wind, 3-D printing

Nov 28 2018

THROGS NECK – Some Throgs Neck students got some hands-on engineering experience Wednesday, taking part in two experiments with professionals from General Electric. The first experiment dealt with wind energy, using different materials to build a propeller. It was then tested in a wind tunnel to measure the amount of power generated. Students then experimented […]

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Se preparan hoy para convertirse en las ingenieras del mañana

Nov 08 2018

Algunas jovencitas en Manhattan pudieron conocer a fondo el reto de ser ingeniera. Cerca de 100 estudiantes de cinco escuelas católicas asistieron a la conferencia Engineering Tomorrow. Las alumnas fueron desafiadas a diseñar y construir puentes, así como a experimentar con paneles solares. Cada creación fue sometida a una prueba de resistencia, al igual que […]

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Preston Hosts Engineering Tomorrow Conference

Oct 23 2018

More than 100 budding engineering students from Preston High School, Academy of Mount St. Ursula, Cardinal Spellman High School and Cardinal Hayes High School learned about 3D printing and wind energy during an Engineering Tomorrow conference on Wednesday, October 3 at Preston High School. The conference provided students with exposure to real world engineering disciplines […]

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In Class: Staten Island students brighten up for color run fundraiser

Apr 22 2018

The In Class education column will be published regularly to highlight area school happenings. STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — More than 100 students and staff at PS 56, Rossville, were recently doused in color for a color run fundraiser. The Color-A-Thon, which took place earlier this month, was organized by the school’s Parent Teacher Associaton (PTA). “We did a color […]

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Future engineers get hands on experience on model bridges

Apr 13 2018

Future engineers of New York City bridges may be coming from Staten Island. Nearly 100 high school students joined engineers for an interactive conference at Notre Dame Academy in Grymes Hill Friday morning. Students learned how to program a robot and build model bridges to go through stress tests. Organizers with the nonprofit, Engineering Tomorrow, […]

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