IEEE National Engineers' Week


CONTENTS:
1 - HAVE YOU MADE YOUR PLANS FOR NATIONAL ENGINEERS WEEK 2001?
2 - NATIONAL ENGINEERS WEEK ANNOUNCES BILLBOARD AD CAMPAIGN 2001
 

HAVE YOU MADE YOUR PLANS FOR NATIONAL ENGINEERS WEEK 2001?
 
National Engineers Week (E-Week) is 18 - 24 February 2001. If you haven't
started planning your activities yet, there is still plenty of time to
organize an event in your region or participate in one of the many already
scheduled for E-Week. IEEE-USA's E-Week Activities Webpage will list
projects and links to information on how you can get involved in this
annual celebration of our profession. Check out the E-Week Activities page
at:
 
<http://www.ieeeusa.org/EWeek/index.html>
 
*Don't miss the article on National Engineers Week in January 2001 IEEE
INSTITUTE*
 
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NATIONAL ENGINEERS WEEK ANNOUNCES BILLBOARD AD CAMPAIGN 2001
 
For its Fiftieth Anniversary Celebration, the National Engineers Week
Committee will again take its message that "Engineers Turn Ideas into
Reality" to the streets and the highways through its Outdoor Advertising
Campaign. The goal of the program, which will be led by student and
professional sections of engineering societies around the country, is to
place a public service announcement extolling engineers on a minimum of 100
billboards, and 1000 public transit buses, during the month of February.
 
Building on the increased success of the program over the past four years,
the campaign has a dual purpose: to increase grassroots involvement in
National Engineers Week, particularly among undergraduate engineering
students; and to make a broader audience aware of the week-long celebration
and the technological achievements it honors.
 
For more information, visit
http://www.eweek.org/2000/Engineers/billboard/index.html.
 
 It's time to order the National Engineers Week(NEW) 2001 Kit...
What's in it for you?
 
* Program ideas and how-tos to get your imagination going.
 
* Fresh hands-on activities for K-12 classrooms. Try a
lemon-powered car!
 
* A media guide with fill-in-the-blanks news releases to
help publicise your program.
 
* A print-ready flyer to help you announce local events.
Just fill in the details.
 
* The 2001 poster for display in offices, schools, libraries,
and science centers.
 
* Information for the first "Engineering Travel Guide to the
50 States.
 
* Information about the first, national "Introduce a Girl to
Engineering Day".
 
To order your NEW 2001 Kit, send your Name, Society/Chapter
affiliation, Employer(i.e., optional), Street Address(i.e.,
please use street address and not Post Office Box as the kit
is shipped via the United Parcel Service[UPS], not the US Mail),
City or Town, State and ZIP Code.
 
The mailing address is: National Engineers Week Headquarters,
Post Office Box 1020, Sewickley, Pennsylavania 15143-1020.
 
Looking forward to hearing NEW success stories of how
"Your 2001 National Engineers Week" turned out!!

 

Please be advised that the IEEE has been asked to provide the names and
contact information for all of our Section and Chapter Chairs in the US to
the National Engineers' Week organizers. This information will be retained
by the Engineers' Week staff, and they will provide the name and contact
information to individuals upon request. IEEE-USA is a sponsor of
Engineers Week 2001.
 
Please share this notification with your Chapter Chairs. We wanted to make
you aware of this, in the event that you or one of your Chapter Chairs is
contacted by a local school or community organization for the purpose of
participating in Engineers' Week activities.
 
The Local IEEE Orlando Section contact is Fraser Howe <fsh@gaise.com>
 
Sincerely,
 
*******************************************
Tracy Hawkins
Manager, Section/Chapter Support
Sections Congress Coordinator
IEEE: Networking the World
+1 732 562 5512
+1 732 463 9359 (FAX)
http://www.ieee.org/ra/scs
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Updated 12/31/2001