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Hear the Engineering4All Team speak about their work in the downtown San Jose community as well as their experiences with outreach during quarantine on Episode 8 of the Hopeless, Not Helpless Podcast. Shreya Suresh interviews Leela, Ananya, Ushoshi, Tiffany, Anjani, Angeline, Connie, and Jade from Engineering4All and discusses bringing inclusivity to engineering and plans for the future.
BLACK HISTORY MONTH
After studying engineering in Paris, Rillieux went on to revolutionize the sugar industry with his invention of the multiple-effect vacuum evaporator, which improved the speed and quality of sugar production. He gained recognition as one of the prime architects of the modern sugar industry.
A former mission engineer for NASA, Bowe left her job to create STEMBoard, a startup that provides software solutions to private companies and even the government. In addition, Ms. Bowe is an outspoken advocate for STEM education accessibility.
Lilia A. Abron
Abron researched the removal of pesticides from water for her doctoral thesis and was the first black woman to earn a PhD in chemical engineering. In 1978, she founded PEERCP, an engineering consultant firm focused on environmentally sustainable solutions. Abron has worked on water infrastructure programs and harbor cleanups in the country.
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We believe that every student has the potential to be a great engineer and we hope to nurture that ability through our workshops & clubs.
ENGINEERING DESIGN IN ACTION:
The brainstorming and designing part helps me show my friends the picture in my brain.
Student reflection from the Almaden Elementary School Workshop