Inspiring Students to be Engineers

Posted on September 15, 2006  Comments (1)

Celeste Baine

Celeste Baine Recognized for Exciting Students About Engineering

Celeste Baine, a biomedical engineer and director of the Engineering Education Service Center based in Eugene, Oregon, was acknowledged for her outstanding accomplishments in motivating and inspiring students to pursue careers in engineering. Winner of the 2005 Norm Augustine Award, Ms. Baine is credited for being an outstanding contributor to the nationwide efforts to increase engineering student enrollment.

A new monthly journal, Engineering Education Advocate is available from the Engineering Education Service Center.


One Response to “Inspiring Students to be Engineers”

  1. Anonymous
    August 25th, 2008 @ 1:57 pm

    This information should be given to middle school kids. Get them interested in Engineering, as they have no idea what engineering means, much less that it covers the following: Design and construction of stadiums, studio sound systems, to the design and manufacture of iPods, electronic instruments, gaming sounds, MIDI programming, a stream live concerts on the Web and create music software. engineers make the magic that is every theme park, amusement park, roller coaster, aquarium, zoo, cinema, sporting event. Take the time to get our kids involved in middle school, don’t wait until they graduate from high school and our drop out of school percentage my decline.

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