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UConn Workshop for Teachers Interested in Engineering
Posted: Jun 4, 2013 12:45 PM
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Residential Summer Workshops at the
University of Connecticut?s
School of Engineering
The daVinci Project

July 8-12, 2013

The UConn School of Engineering is hosting its 13th annual daVinci Project. It is a 1-week (Mon-Fri) residential series of hands-on workshops for middle and high school science and math teachers. Teachers live on campus and participate in one of 5 focused workshops. All teachers attend a variety of applied science and math seminars/demos plus we offer research lab tours and educational tours of our CoGen plant and our new tertiary treatment wastewater facilities.

1. Tissue Engineering: Using live cells to construct tissues
2. Biomass Conversion to Energy (*FREE*)
3. Water: Processes and Principles
4. Mathematical Optimization: Applications to Smart Grid & Intelligent Buildings (*FREE*)
5. Fuel Cell: Construction and Operation

An on-line 2013 application and more information can be accessed at

Registration deadline: June 28, 2013.

Confirmation will be sent after your registration is received.
If you have questions or need further information please contact Kevin McLaughlin at or Sonya Renfro at or call 860-486-5536.

Please share this information with your colleagues.
Thank you,

Kevin McLaughlin
Director, Engineering Diversity Program
Director, daVinci Program
University of Connecticut,
191 Auditorium Road, Unit 3187
Storrs, Ct 06269

Phone: (860) 486-9306
Fax: (860) 486-3045

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