Pre-Career Fair Mixer

An informal networking opportunity for engineering students at Montana State University with recruiters prior to the fall career fair. Recruiters are invited to come and mingle with students. Light refreshments are provided. 

Shadow an Engineer Day

High school students interested in engineering are paired up with an MSU Engineering undergraduate to get a taste of life as an engineering student. They attend classes and tour cutting-edge research labs for a day.

High school participants: click here to register for the 2016 event.

Stone Age Engineering Games

The games are a group of activities that are designed as mini-competitions for engineering students at MSU. The games in the past have included an egg drop, Ooblek, marshmallow catapults, building spaghetti towers to hold marshmallows, paper bridge building, trivia, and soda pop bottle rockets. 

The Stone Age Engineering Games are usually held near the end of the Spring Semester (late April). 

Potential Projects: 

Engineering Futures

The award-winning Tau Beta Pi Engineering Futures Program was founded more than 20 years ago in response to a need to provide engineering students training in the "soft skills," those non-technical skills necessary for success in the workplace but rarely included in engineering curricula. The Engineering Futures Program received national recognition as winner of the 2007 Excellence in Engineering Education Collaboration Award.

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MindSET K-12

The mission of MindSET, the TBP National K-12 Math & Science Program, is to establish and support math and science intervention programs which contribute to enhanced preparation of students in the K-12 system, thus enabling them to qualify for the pursuit of careers in STEM disciplines, preparing them for competitive success in the global marketplace, and equipping them for driving the nation’s economy.

The goal of MindSET is to increase the number of students in the K-12 system who successfully complete higher level math and science courses prior to graduation from high school. Specifically, more 8th graders must complete Algebra 1 and more 12th graders must complete calculus.
 
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