The purpose of the event is to give student participants a format to display and discuss issues that are most concerning to them. Then to utilize the scientific method to find a solution.
Students were evaluated on six factors: the development of their research question; design and methodology; data collection, analysis & interpretation; creativity; poster presentation; and oral presentation.
Eileen Gadsden, Founder E-Region Enterprises, met with several students in the fourth grade who projects were centered around environmental concerns such as oil spills, beach erosion and plant life. “I was totally impressed and encouraged by with students passion for their respective projects. They had a real understanding of the their problem statements which enabled the students to effectively document and defended their results.”
The students will be honored on Febraury 26th during an award ceremony for their great work. Upcoming event: Science Fair for secondary students will be held on March 11, 2020 at Temple University.
BEYA’s mission is to honor professionals and students who have made achievements in engineering over the previous year. It is a celebration of accomplishments as well as an opportunity to inspire future scientists, engineers, and disruptors.
The purpose of this event is to provide an environment in which CIOs and their direct reports can have candid conversations about the changes that impact technology, day to day operations, and leadership. One of the most dynamic of those changes is the role of the CIO and his/ her contribution to the C-suite.
In the past the technology departments were seen as cost centers; CIOs were tactical, responsible for managing data centers, focused on “speeds and feeds” of hardware and software that supported the business.
Today, the CIO is expected to be a business leader; demonstrate how IT can provide a competittive advantage, grow market share, drive innovation and differeniate their companies by strategically leveraging data. With this change comes more questions; about perceptions, values and ways CIOs can become true partners with other C-Level Executives.
Other topics focused on developing successful teams, how to protect corporate data in a BYOD era, and how manage successful cloud projects.
For an upcoming conference in your city, please visit PEM CIO .
On Wednesday May 21st, BDPA Philadelphia (nation’s most influential professional IT organization) will get a rare look inside SEPTA’s Command Center at 1234 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA. 19107
SEPTA’s Command Center, the first of its kind, opened ten years ago to to bring together all essential personnel and under one roof and on one floor to improve efficiency, safety and communications between departments with the goal to increase customer service.
As the nation’s fifth last mass transit system, SEPTA offers all modes of public transportation including bus, subway, trolley, light rail, commuter rail and paratransit services. The tour will provide attendees an opportunity to see first hand how SEPTA personnel manage day-to-day operations and emergencies. Continue reading →
National Small Business Week (#sbw2014) began on Monday, May 12th. The purpose of National Small Business Week is to ensure entrepreneurs are aware of the services offered by the Small Business Administration.
Although the live kickoff was last Monday there are still plenty of opportunities to join the conversation. Today at 9am there will be a special live broadcast from New York with more events in San Francisco, Kansas City, Boston and Washington. You can follow live stream events at #sbw2014 stream.