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From 0 to 1: Scholars to Particpate in an Hour of Code

By Sarah Schlappa

This Thursday, scholars will have a chance to participate in a world-wide programming event after school.

The Hour of Code is an international event that occurs during the Computer Science Education Week from December 5-11 for students, parents or anybody who is interested in learning how to code. 284 more words

News

Paving The Way: CODE2040

The Rundown

Name: CODE2040

Founded: February 1st, 2012

Headquarters: San Francisco, California

Founders: Tristin Walker (Co-founder of Bevel) + Laura Weidman Powers

Description: Creates access, awareness and opportunities for top Black and Latinx engineering talent to ensure their leadership in the innovation economy. 308 more words

Diversity

Recognition creates inspiration…still, and is so very necessary

The Karen Burt Award was launched in 1998 in memory of Dr Karen Burt, an eminent physicist and active member and Council office holder in The Women’s Engineering Society. 284 more words

Skills And Competence

Of vanity, vain architecture and power at the Garden Bridge, London

The Burj Dubai. Shanghai’s towering skyscraper cluster in its Lujiazui financial district. Taipei 101. London’s Shard. Top-class architects. International design firms. Jet-setting cultural intelligentsia, consultants and property developers. 1,098 more words

Urban Sustainability

Little Engineers Playdate

FEST is finally ready for it’s first playdate!

Calling little engineers to join us on 19 Dec, Mon for a fun day to make cardboard city, toy cars, boomerangs and paper aeroplanes. 161 more words

Event

Hello Beautiful World!!

​Hello!!

Let me introduce myself. I am Satyam Mishra, a common yet so uncommon Engineering Undergrad in India (neither IITian nor NITian).

Thinking of my persona?? 148 more words

Engineering

Engineering Outreach Programs at U of T!

At Let Go And Launch we are trying to keep up with the latest enrichment activities for our students interested in STEM disciplines. Well, if you have a student in Grade 9, 10 or 11 the University of Toronto has just announced their 2017 weekend programs. 296 more words

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