[EDEQUITY] Edequity Digest V1 #294

From: Frances Morse (fmorse@ma.ultranet.com)
Date: Tue Nov 21 2000 - 15:04:06 EST

I thought some of you may know some students who would be interested in
the following contest. The Celebration of Women in Engineering (CWE) web
site is also a good resource.

Frances K. Morse

National Academy of Engineering Website Design Contest!

Design an "Engineering: It's a Girl Thing" website that inspires girls
to think about a career in engineering. The site should provide information
on what girls need to know and do to explore engineering -- things like
being curious, finding innovative solutions to problems, and taking
science, math, and
technology classes in middle school and high school.

First prize entries will be published on the CWE website and receive
Second prize entries will receive $150, and third prize entries will
$100. The winning entries will be announced during National Engineers
February 18-24, 2001.

Who Can Enter?
The contest is open to girls, boys, or teams of up to 6 students. There
are two age categories -- grades 4-8 and grades 9-12.

What Do I Do?
Design a website with up to 5 pages. Entries will be judged on their
overall creativity, their appeal to girls, and how they get across the
"Engineering: It's a Girl Thing."

When Is the Deadline?
Entries must be e-mailed or postmarked by January 2, 2001.

Where Do I Get More Details?
Check out the Celebration of Women in Engineering website (
http://www.nae.edu/cwe) for more information on the design contest,
engineering as a career, and how to get into engineering.

"Engineering: It's a Girl Thing" Website Design Contest
National Academy of Engineering
2101 Constitution Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20418

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