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AUS College of Engineering launches the Discover Engineering event Series
The College of Engineering (CEN) has launched the Discover Engineering event series comprising bootcamps, competitions and workshops open to school students in grades eight to 12. These events offer insight into the many fields of engineering to help high schools students make informed decisions about their future. By taking part in these free events, which will be held at AUS campus, high school students will have the opportunity to discover their passions, learn about CEN's undergraduate programs, see the college's state-of-the-art facilities, experience university life and know what it means to be an AUS student ready to make a difference in the world.
"It is important to work early on with high school students to provide them with a better understanding of world issues, help them realize their potential and guide them as they prepare for their future. Choosing a university major and a career is not an easy feat for high school students, and it is through these many events that we hope to help them learn about their interests, identify possible careers, and get first-hand experience of what it means to be an engineer: to invent, design, analyze and build complex systems, innovate, produce creative solutions and leave a mark in the world," said Dr. Fadi Aloul, Dean of CEN.
The bootcamps, competitions and workshops will cover the areas of chemical, civil, electrical, mechanical, industrial and computer engineering, and computer science. To know more about the events and to register, visit www.aus.edu/cen/school-activities.