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The MTConnect Student Challenge is an innovation competition that seeks student-created ideas and applications utilizing the MTConnect Standard.

The MTConnect Student Challenge is an opportunity for all U.S.-based undergraduate and graduate students. It may be of particular interest to those studying engineering or computer science disciplines. 

Why Participate?

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Learn basic programming skills with the "Star Wars: Building a Galaxy with Code" tutorial on Code.org. Drag and drop blocks of code to program the BB-8 droid to walk and collect bits of scrap metal. Team up with Princess Leia to build your own game featuring R2-D2 or C-3PO. Play your game on your smart phone and share your completed game with friends. 

Check out the tutorial!

 

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Submit your entry in the 2016 EngineerGirl Essay Contest! Imagine yourself as an engineer working on a promising new technology. You may want to consider some of the technologies currently being developed to address one of Engineering’s Grand Challenges.

Write an essay briefly describing the technology and what improvements you think it can provide in at least one of the four main areas of engineering responsibility:

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You are invited to compete in "Generation Nano: Small Science, Superheroes," a competition that asks individual high school students to submit an original idea for a superhero, using modern nanotechnology research to inspire unique "gear" for their hero. Students will submit a short written entry, as well as a short video or comic, that illustrates their superhero's nanotechnology-enabled gear. Winners will receive cash prizes and the opportunity to showcase their creation at the 2016 USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C.

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Intended for rising high school sophomores, juniors and seniors seriously considering engineering as their career choice, this residential program is designed to give in-depth experiences in engineering majors. Each day students will learn about a major and spend time with an engineering faculty member, a graduate student, an undergraduate student engaged in short lecture, demonstrations, hands-on experiments, team-based problem solving and tours.
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The SMART Competition engages students in a real-world technology education challenge designed to combine academic relevance, education achievement and applications of technology. The Competition facilitates the development of workforce and life skills including computer analysis and software design, verbal and written communication, research, teamwork and problem solving. Students will achieve an increased awareness of the smart grid, green building design, the environment, community, livability and sustainability related issues.

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The App Challenge is a nationwide contest for middle- and high-school-aged students that challenges them to develop concepts for mobile apps that solve a problem in their community. It’s a unique, hands-on learning program that teaches collaboration, critical thinking, problem solving, and entrepreneurship, as well as STEM skills and coding. Its aim is to equip students with skills needed to succeed in the jobs of the future, delivering to students the promise of a brighter future.

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The IEEE Educational Activities Board is delighted to announce the 2015 IEEE Spark Innovation through Animation Competition to excite pre-university students about engineering, computing, and technology! Competition participants are invited to create and record an original animation based on the theme “Smart!” such as “Smart Homes,” “Smart Cars,” or other Smart technologies.

Learn more at http://spark.ieee.org/animation-competition

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DO YOU KNOW A BUDDING ENGINEERING INNOVATOR?

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Ada Lovelace

What would Ada love? Teenage girls with an interest in computing are invited to enter a competition to mark the 200th anniversary of the birth of Ada Lovelace, generally regarded as the first computer programmer.

The competition, run by The National Museum of Computing and the University of Oxford in conjunction with cs4fn at Queen Mary University of London, is asking girls what they would like to communicate to Ada Lovelace.

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