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GiveBIG on May 10, 2017

SEFW is pleased to be part of the 2017 #GiveBIG charitable contributions campaign. Please consider SEFW in your plans to give on May 10!

DreamBIG showing now

SEFW is excited to publicize "DreamBIG: Engineering for our World," a 45-minute movie produced by the American Society of Civil Engineers. The film is playing at science centers all over the country, including the Pacific Science Center in Seattle. Reviews so far have been every positive, as the film fascinates adults but also inspires students to engineering careers. Seattle firms and structures (like the Tacoma Narrows Bridge) are featured. Read about it online and get your tickets today! The movie should screen for several months.

Structural Engineering Volunteer Blitz

The SEAW Outreach Committee is recruiting volunteers for upcoming efforts! Short- and long-term volunteers are needed for mentoring opportunities, STEM career fair appearances, speaking engagements, and more. Are you a structural engineer and want to give back? Sign up today to be part of the SEAW Outreach volunteer database, and you will be contacted with opportunities to serve. Thank you!

SEFW is excited to review the entries to our FilmWorks Initiative! Budding videographers submitted videos to promote the 2016 theme, "What is cool about structural engineering?" Look for the winners to be posted on our web site soon.

Spokane Popsicle Bridge Competition

SEFW was proud to sponsor, for the third year in a row, the Mead School District Popsicle Stick Bridge Competition, which was held February 11 in Spokane. Just under 150 students from 12 elementary, middle, and high schools, created 81 bridges to be tested. The winning bridge held 866 pounds and weight 287 grams!

 

Thank you to several Spokane area firms that sponsored the event with SEFW, including Bouten Construction, Coffman Engineers, DCI Engineers, Garco Construction, GeoEngineers, and Integrus Architecture. Also, special thanks goes to Spokane-area SEAW volunteers Randy Jones, Brian Parsons, and Tori Sander.

 

 

FilmWorks Initiative

SEFW is excited to review the entries to our FilmWorks Initiative! Budding videographers submitted videos to promote the 2016 theme, "What is cool about structural engineering?" Look for the winners to be posted on our web site soon.

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