MASTER MINDS: Use your brain to make really cool stuff and a better world
The KU School of Engineering and Burns & McDonnell are showing high school students and transfer students how they can make a big difference.
Whether their passion is creating the newest and coolest things or simply making a
positive impact on the world, high school students will learn that engineering and computing is a great career choice.
This free event for high school students and prospective transfer students in the Kansas City Metro and Northeast Kansas will be from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 13, 2014, at Burns & McDonnell’s World Headquarters, 9400 Ward Parkway, Kansas City, Mo., 64114.
Space is limited and participants should RSVP before Nov. 11. Register online now.
The program will include presentations from KU Engineering students, faculty and alumni. Participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and learn about life as an engineer and what the KU School of Engineering has to offer students. Burns & McDonnell’s engineers will also talk about some of their amazing engineering projects.
For more information, contact April Czarnetzki , or 785-864-3622.
ABOUT BURNS & MCDONNELL
Burns & McDonnell provides engineering, architecture, construction, environmental and consulting services to clients throughout North America and abroad. Nearly 5,000 engineers, architects, scientists, planners, estimators, economists, technicians and other professionals work in more than 30 regional, national and international offices. Founded in 1898, Burns & McDonnell is 100 percent employee-owned and is currently ranked No. 18 on the Engineering News-Record Top 500 Design Firms. It currently is ranked 14th on Fortune’s list of 100 Best Places to Work. For more information about Burns & McDonnell, visit www.burnsmcd.com .