Bill Nye’s going to Chicago to receive the 2014 Washington Award for his contributions to science education at the Chicagoland Engineering Awards Benefit on February 21st.
The focus of this event is engineering and science, two critical fields that the present and future of this country and this world depend upon. This award benefit will also honor young engineers as well. There may still be seats available for purchase. For more information, check out 2014 Chicagoland Engineers week http://chicagolandeweek.org/home.asp
For information on other events being offered for National Engineers Week and to become a member of the Chicago Architecture Foundation (CAF) check out https://www.architecture.org/cafamily
For information on the Structural Engineers Association of Illinois check out http://www.seaoi.org
Don’t live in the Chicago area? Check out your local science and engineering organizations and support them.
To keep up to date on science news and misguided state politician attacks on science education, check out The National Center for Science Education (NCSE) at www.ncse.com and Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/evolution.ncse
With 7 billion people in need of food, water, shelter, sanitation, transportation, energy and millions of years of future generations needing a planet to live off of, we need science and engineering now more than ever.
Special thanks to Bill Nye for his contributions, and thanks to all the science and engineering organizations across this country and across the world.
-James Kirk Wall
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