PRISM Webinar-Thursday, March 25, 4:00-5:00 pm
FREE webinar for teachers, students, the general public.
Registration is required in advance: HERE
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.
Interested in learning about what engineers do? Join us for a Zoom webinar about engineering, featuring Harry Roman, a nationally recognized engineer with decades of experience in designing solar /wind energy systems, robots, micro sensors, applying AI systems and lots of other technologies. What makes this engineer so interesting, is he has taught teachers and students in many middle schools and co-taught STEM graduate level classes for NJ teachers. He knows engineering and he knows education. IEEE honored him with a northeast region excellence in teaching award. He has taught graduate engineering courses at his alma mater [NJIT] for 10 years as well. He holds 12 U.S. patents, written hundreds of articles and professional papers, and published numerous teacher activity books for PITSCO, ITEEA, Kelvin, ENASCO, IEEE, and Gifted Education Press; and created 20 math card games for ENASCO.
In his talk, Harry will discuss how engineers
-Affect the world around us
-Discuss the engineering versus science question
-How the engineering field developed over time
-How engineers solve problems
-Where you will find engineers at work
-Job opportunities for engineers today....
-and lots of other cool stuff.