Northrop Grumman Hosts Virtual National Engineers Week

Tuesday, February 02 2021 –
Sunday, February 28 2021
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Add to Calendar 2021-02-02 00:00:00 2021-02-28 00:00:00 America/New_York Northrop Grumman Hosts Virtual National Engineers Week

                                                          NORTHROP GRUMMAN’S

                                              VIRTUAL NATIONAL ENGINEERS WEEK

                                                           FEBRUARY 16-22, 2021

             https://www.northropgrumman.com/corporate-responsibility/corporate-citi…

 

 

Every February, Northrop Grumman proudly participates in Engineers Week (E-Week). E-Week celebrates the fun and excitement of engineering with local students, educators and parents. I am excited to invite you and your students to attend Northrop Grumman’s Virtual Engineers Week. The schedule of upcoming webinars is to follow. These sessions are designed for students and are open to the public, so feel free to share the invitation with others who may be interested in attending. More information and registration details can be found here.

 

Monday, Feb. 22 Event: Engineers Week Kickoff Presentation from Naia Butler-Craig,  an Aerospace Engineering PhD student, NASA Space Technology Graduate Research Fellow and GEM Fellow at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Tuesday, Feb. 23 Event: Northrop Grumman’s Wildlife Challenge—Operation PolarEye What started as a weekend Hack-A-Thon brought about a global conservation effort. Northrop Grumman's Wildlife Challenge competition had one goal in mind: find a new way to map ice formations in the Arctic, in hopes of tracking polar bear migration patterns without disturbing their natural habitat.  

Wednesday, Feb. 24 Event: Chesapeake Bay Oyster Challenge Learn how Northrop Grumman employees are developing technology solutions for remote oyster reef monitoring.

Thursday, Feb. 25 Event: Virtual Tour of Northrop Grumman’s Center for Innovative Solutions in McLean, Virginia.

Friday, Feb. 26 Topic: How We Are Going to the Moon – Engineering for the Artemis Mission Northrop Grumman engineers share details about the Artemis mission and some of the key components they are working on to make this mission a success.   

 

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                                                          NORTHROP GRUMMAN’S

                                              VIRTUAL NATIONAL ENGINEERS WEEK

                                                           FEBRUARY 16-22, 2021

             https://www.northropgrumman.com/corporate-responsibility/corporate-citi…

 

 

Every February, Northrop Grumman proudly participates in Engineers Week (E-Week). E-Week celebrates the fun and excitement of engineering with local students, educators and parents. I am excited to invite you and your students to attend Northrop Grumman’s Virtual Engineers Week. The schedule of upcoming webinars is to follow. These sessions are designed for students and are open to the public, so feel free to share the invitation with others who may be interested in attending. More information and registration details can be found here.

 

Monday, Feb. 22 Event: Engineers Week Kickoff Presentation from Naia Butler-Craig,  an Aerospace Engineering PhD student, NASA Space Technology Graduate Research Fellow and GEM Fellow at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

Tuesday, Feb. 23 Event: Northrop Grumman’s Wildlife Challenge—Operation PolarEye What started as a weekend Hack-A-Thon brought about a global conservation effort. Northrop Grumman's Wildlife Challenge competition had one goal in mind: find a new way to map ice formations in the Arctic, in hopes of tracking polar bear migration patterns without disturbing their natural habitat.  

Wednesday, Feb. 24 Event: Chesapeake Bay Oyster Challenge Learn how Northrop Grumman employees are developing technology solutions for remote oyster reef monitoring.

Thursday, Feb. 25 Event: Virtual Tour of Northrop Grumman’s Center for Innovative Solutions in McLean, Virginia.

Friday, Feb. 26 Topic: How We Are Going to the Moon – Engineering for the Artemis Mission Northrop Grumman engineers share details about the Artemis mission and some of the key components they are working on to make this mission a success.