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Please consider significant religious, cultural or national observances applicable to your core stakeholders when scheduling meetings, events, and other SWE business. For SWE’s full policy statement on observances, please visit the About SWE page.

October 2016
The day will consist of five engineering activities that are focused on various engineering majors, including civil, chemical, mechanical, electrical, and aerospace. Our theme this year is "Across the Galax-SWE", and we will be connecting our activities to the future of space exploration.

In addition to the student activities, we will also be holding a Parent and Educator Program for adults who are interested in learning more about engineering and how to encourage their students to pursue STEM related careers. The student program is $5 and includes lunch and a t-shirt. The Parent and Educator Program is free and includes lunch but is limited to 50 adults. Registration is online at uawow2016.eventbrite.com.
Start Date 10/08/2016 9:00 am
End Date 10/08/2016 3:30 pm
Region All Region
Address 126 HM Comer Hall Tuscaloosa AL 35401
Country United States
State Alabama
City Tuscaloosa

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