Category Archives: Public Grant Reports

Engineering Public Policy Symposium

The Engineering Public Policy Symposium was successfully integrated with the National Academy of Engineering Convocation and the American Association for Engineering Societies (AAES) Awards Dinner and Board Meeting.  ASME worked closely with the NAE, AAES, the Founder Societies and the Co-Sponsors to coordinate all activities associated with the Symposium.  The UEF and Founder Societies received significant

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WGBH Design Squad

WGBH is pleased to submit the following report to the United Engineering Foundation on the 2011 achievements of Design Squad. We greatly appreciate your continuing support, which has helped us launch and sustain efforts that engage tweens, engineers, educators, and parents in investigating STEM concepts and the creativity of invention. Read the Final Report

Engineering for Change Grant

E4C is a global community of organizations and individuals dedicated to promoting sustainable and accessible technology-based solutions for underserved communities worldwide. Targeting the intersection between engineering and development practitioners, E4C’s mission is to enable this community to serve the underserved and do its work better. This document provides a report of the work completed by

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DiscoverE Grant

The United Engineering Foundation’s generous $68,750 has enabled DiscoverE to increase program participation in the DiscoverE Educator Awards among educators, engineers, and college engineering students, and will increase the public awareness of the collaboration between engineers and educators.  The following is an interim report on the activities that DiscoverE has undertaken from January 2015 to

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The Next MacGyver

Sponsored by the United Engineering Foundation, the project sought ideas for a scripted television show featuring a female engineer character in a leading role. The goal of the competition is to create a historic TV series that inspires young people, especially women, to pursue careers in engineering. Read the Final Report In-Depth Spotlight

Engineering Ethics

The goal of the project was to sponsor a series of two hour ethics programs for students of all engineering disciplines. The programs were intended to be offered live at a number of selected engineering universities, which were chosen on the basis of the size of the engineering student body, geographic distribution of the selections,

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