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The Tufts School of Engineering would like to offer engineering seniors, graduate students, faculty, and administration the opportunity to be initiated into the Order of the Engineer. The Order is an honor society dedicated to upholding the ethical standards of the engineering profession.

Upon becoming a member of Order of the Engineer, you will receive a certificate and stainless steel ring to wear on the fifth finger of your writing hand. The ring acts as a reminder to act ethically when you draw plans, do calculations, or write code.  For more information, please visit http://www.order-of-the-engineer.org/.

Individuals in an ABET accredited undergraduate or graduate engineering program and any licensed professional engineers are eligible to join the Order of the Engineer.

If you wish to participate in the 2014 Order of the Engineer induction ceremony, please RSVP by filling out this form.  Please size the pinky finger of your writing hand prior to completing the form. Ring sizers will be available in the EPDC and School of Engineering Administrative Offices (Anderson 109). The purchase of the rings will be sponsored by the Engineering Dean’s Office.

The deadline to RSVP is Friday, April 18.

The Order of the Engineer Ceremony will be held on Friday, May 2, 2014 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in Alumnae Lounge. A reception with hors d’oeuvres will follow. Business casual attire is appropriate.

Please contact laura.burns@tufts.edu with questions or for additional information.

The Tufts School of Engineering would like to offer engineering seniors, graduate students, faculty, and administration the opportunity to be initiated into Order of the Engineer.

Upon becoming a member of Order of the Engineer, you will receive a certificate and stainless steel ring to wear on the fifth finger of your writing hand. The ring acts as a reminder to act ethically when you draw plans, do calculations, or write code. Order of the Engineer has no financial commitment beyond the initial $10 fee to cover the cost of the ring.

For more information please visit http://www.order-of-the-engineer.org/

Individuals in an ABET accredited undergraduate or graduate engineering program and any licensed professional engineers are eligible to join the Order of the Engineer.

The Order of the Engineer Ceremony will be held on Friday, May 3 from 5:00pm to 7:00pm in Alumni Lounge. A reception with hors d’oeuvres will follow. Business casual attire is appropriate.

Sign up here to RSVP to the 2013 Order of the Engineer ceremony by Friday, April 19th. Please size the pinky finger of your writing hand prior to completing the form. Ring sizers will be available in the EPDC.

Please contact ESC president, Laura Burns, (laura.burns@tufts.edu) with questions or for additional information.

Dear Engineering Senior and Graduate Students,

The Tufts School of Engineering would like to offer engineering seniors, graduate students, faculty, and administration the opportunity to be initiated into Order of the Engineer.

Upon becoming a member of Order of the Engineer, you will receive a certificate and stainless steel ring to wear on the fifth finger of your writing hand. The ring acts as a reminder to act ethically when you draw plans, do calculations, or write code. Order of the Engineer has no financial commitment; there are no membership fees and the cost of the ring will be covered by the School of Engineering.

For more information please visit http://www.order-of-the-engineer.org/

Individuals in an ABET accredited undergraduate or graduate engineering program and any licensed professional engineers are eligible to join the Order of the Engineers.

The Order of the Engineer Ceremony will be held on Friday, May 4 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm in Alumni Lounge. A reception with hors d’oeuvres will follow. Business casual attire is appropriate.

Sign up here to RSVP to the 2012 Order of the Engineers ceremony by Friday, April 20th.

Please contact tuftsesc@gmail.com with questions or for additional information.

ESC Elections!!!

ENGINEERING STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTIONS!!

THIS MONDAY, MARCH 5th at Noon in ANDERSON 211

Are you interested in engineering student government? Do you have good ideas for the School of Engineering? Do you want to become a leader?

It doesn’t matter if you have never heard of ESC before! We want your opinions!

You can come and run for one of the many positions we have open, or come and vote for your peers! (You must be an engineering major.) Just bring a short blurb about why you think you would be good for the position!

You can run for the following positions: President, Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary, Web-Master, Publicity Chair and Outreach Chair.

E-Week Scores!

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CIVIL AND ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERS FOR WINNING ENGINEERING WEEK FOR THE 4TH YEAR IN A ROW!!

E-WEEK SCORES:
(FINAL!)

Civil/Environmental: 28.4
Biomedical: 15.5
Mechanical: 12.5
Chemical: 10.3
Electrical/Comp Sci: 5.5
Engineering Psych/Science: 1.5

E-WEEK IS HERE!!!

Come support your department!

E-Week Teams:

Biomedical Engineering

Chemical Engineering

Civil and Environmental Engineering

Computer Science and Electrical Engineering (Team Halligan)

Engineering Science and Psychology

Mechanical Engineering

Engineering Week 2012 Schedule!

Monday

11:30-12:30 Spread the Spirit, Tabling with Schedules: Anderson, Halligan, & SciTech
6:00-8:30 Career Services Engineering Netwoking: Alumnae Lounge
8:00 IEEE Halo on the VisWall: Anderson VisWall

Tuesday
12:00 ASCE Tallest Structure Competition: Robinson 153
4:30 AIChE Rainbow Density Jars: Anderson 306
7:30 Robotics Competition: Anderson 210

Wednesday
12:00 Lego Competition: CEEO
4:30 BMES Silk Cocoon Race: Anderson 206
6:00 NSBE Duct Tape to the Wall: Anderson 309
8:00 oSTEM Dance Dance Revolution: Anderson 312

Thursday
4:30 Dean Abriola Open Forum: Burden Lounge
7:30 EWB Movie Night: Anderson 208

Friday
2:30 MAES Angry Birds: Anderson 306
6:00 SWE Date an Engineer & Closing Ceremonies: SOGO

E-WEEK IS COMING!!!

E-WEEK BEGINS MONDAY FEBRUARY 27!

Monday
11:30-12:30 Spread the Spirit, Tabling with Schedules: Anderson, Halligan, and Sci Tech Lobby
6:00-8:30 Career Services Engineering Netwoking: Alumnae Lounge
8:00 IEEE Halo on the VisWall: Anderson VisWall
Tuesday
12:00 ASCE Tallest Structure Competition: Robinson 153
4:30 AIChE Rainbow Density Jars: Anderson 306
7:30 Robotics Competition: Anderson 210
Wednesday
12:00 Lego Competition: CEEO

4:30 BMES Silk Cocoon Race: Anderson 206

6:00 NSBE Duct Tape to the Wall: Anderson 309
Thursday
4:30 Dean Abriola Open Forum: Burden Lounge
7:30 EWB Movie Night: Anderson 208
Friday
2:30 MAES Angry Birds: Anderson 306
6:00 SWE Date an Engineer & Closing Ceremonies: SOGO

Tufts School of Engineering would like to offer engineering seniors, graduate students, faculty, and administration the opportunity to be initiated into Order of the Engineer.

“The Order of the Engineer was initiated in the United States to foster a spirit of pride and responsibility in the engineering profession, to bridge the gap between training and experience, and to present to the public a visible symbol identifying the engineer,” (http://www.order-of-the-engineer.org/)

When initiated into Order of the Engineer, you will recite the Obligation, an ethical oath analogous to the Hippocratic oath recited by doctors.

Upon becoming a member of Order of the Engineer, you will receive a certificate and be able to order a stainless steel ring to wear on the fifth finger of your writing hand. The ring acts as a reminder to act ethically when you draw plans, do calculations, or write code. Order of the Engineer has no financial commitment; there are no membership fees and thecost of the ring is only $10.

Individuals in an ABET accredited undergraduate or graduate engineering program and any licensed professional engineers are eligible to join the Order of the Engineers.

The Order of the Engineer Ceremony will be held on Friday, May 6 from 6:00pm to 7:00pm in Alumni Lounge. A reception with hors d’oeuvres will follow. Business casual attire is appropriate.

Please contact tuftsesc@gmail.com with questions or for additional information.

Sign Up Here to RSVP to the 2011 Order of the Engineers ceremony.

Congratulations to Civil and Environmental Engineers to winning E-week for the third year in a row!

E-WEEK SCORES

E-WEEK SCORES:
(FINAL!)

Civil/Environmental: 50
Mechanical: 24.6
Electrical/Comp Sci: 20.3
Chemical: 10.0
Biomedical: 7.9
Engineering Psych/Science: 7.4

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