STEM Storytime was born as a product of our “Princess Engineers” picture book list that was published a year ago. Read about a recent STEM session, here.
In this post, we cover a summary of the STEAM or STEM events hosted in Dallas, TX during the summer of 2018 at the Carrollton Library. How do you keep your kids busy over the summer break?
In January 1996 product design consultant Hugo Haselhuhn began using the first release of SOLIDWORKS 95; he transitioned his Honeywell engineering team from 2D AutoCAD to 3D solid modeling. Learn more.
GoEngineer is stepping up again to encourage the involvement of girls and women in STEM careers by supporting the Female Researchers Chapter (FRC) of the International Association of Computational Mathematics (IACM). Learn more in this post.
The Dos Pueblos Engineering Academy (DPEA) is seen as a “School of the Future” using SOLIDWORKS CAD AND PDM Professional from GoEngineer. Learn more.
GoEngineer welcomed a group of high school students from the Canyon School District in Utah to visit their corporate headquarters. Students were given an insider’s look at how innovative design and state-of-the-art 3D printing is changing the world of manufacturing.
The gap in work force skills in the United States today is becoming alarming. Our country and industries were built upon the hard work of our parents and grandparents. One of history’s largest generations is exiting the workplace in droves
GoEngineer is readily gearing up for another exciting round of SOLIDWORKS and Stratasys Kids’ Camps! These 1-day sessions were wildly successful last year. Parents were excited to see something this progressive
GoEngineer was out cheering for the local youth again as they showed off their hard work in robotics design, engineering disciplines, and team work. For the second year in a row, GoEngineer embraced the opportunity to support a group of students from Mt. Nebo Jr. High School as they competed in a district wide underwater robotics competition through the SeaPerch program.
GoEngineer has some exciting news to report on the youth front. For the second year in a row, we are sponsoring 52 middle school students from Mt. Nebo Jr. High to participate in the SeaPerch program.