Cara Lammey 
The BOLD Center 
303 492 6606 


Friday, November 4, 2011
from 9:00 AM to 2:30 PM


Discovery Learning Center 
1045 Regent Drive
College of Engineering and Applied Science
University of Colorado Boulder
Boulder, CO 80309

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Minorities Explore Engineering Day

Did you know that engineering is essential to health, happiness and safety? Learn how engineers shape the future and discover the possibilities of a degree in engineering at CU-Boulder's Minorities Explore Engineering Day! This fun, interactive event will give high school students from populations typically under-represented in engineering the opportunity to learn what engineering is all about, and find out how engineers make a world of difference.

Why Engineering at CU-Boulder?
You cannot get a better engineering degree in the Rocky Mountain Region than at CU-Boulder’s College of Engineering and Applied Science! The college is ranked 32nd overall and 18th among public engineering programs. The aerospace and environmental engineering programs at CU-Boulder are ranked 10th and 15th, respectively, among public undergraduate programs. CU students give back to their communities too; we have the highest number of students in the nation who serve as Peace Corps Volunteers. And, the USA chapter of Engineers Without Borders was founded at CU-Boulder in 2001. CU engineers truly shape the future!

Event Details
Event details are coming soon! The event will be a great chance to get a taste of what life is like as a CU student, and will include lab tours and demonstrations with faculty, a hands-on design activity, a student panel where you can ask all of your questions, and information about admissions, financial aid and scholarships.

This event is free of charge and open to high school students from populations typically underrepresented in engineering. Parents, teachers or counselors may also attend, and are invited to attend a separate information session. PLEASE NOTE: ALL students and guests, including parents and teachers, MUST REGISTER in order to attend. To get started, click the link below!