Engineering Week 2023 concludes at UND
E-Week 2023 leaves positive influence on CEM community
On Friday, Feb. 24, the E-Council (Dean’s Engineering Council) ended Engineering Week (E-week) on a strong note, celebrating engineering students and professionals at the College of Engineering & Mines.
Starting with a keynote by Kevan Rusk, Director of Business Development at the College of Engineering & Mines, Kevan discussed his own experiences after graduation from UND and shared valuable insight into career development post-graduation.
The E-Council also announced the winners of challenges set during E-Week. Focused on participation during the numerous events held by student organizations throughout the week, the lucky winners walked away with UND Hockey jerseys and scholarships.
Voting results for Student Organization of the Year and Faculty/Staff of the Year were also announced:
Student Organization of the Year
Society of Women Engineers (SWE
Faculty/Staff of the Year
Dr. Beth Klemetsrud, Assistant Professor of Chemical Engineering
The E-Week Wrap-Up Social ended off a week full of exciting events hosted by many of the college’s student organizations: UND ASME (American Society of Mechanical Engineers), UND Robotics Club, UND SWE (Society of Women Engineers), UND Advanced Rocketry Club, UND AIChE (American Institute of Chemical Engineers), UND Formula SAE Team, UND Tau Beta Pi Society, UND EWB (Engineers Without Borders), UND Materials Science and Engineering Club, and the Dean’s Engineering Council.Events over the week included a Mario Kart & Math Competition, Lunar Golf, Study-A-Thon, Rocket Contest, and more.