Blue U volunteers from Kimley-Horn helped judge the model/presentation portion of the regional final FCC. Students built a scale model of a section of their city using recycled materials that included at least one moving part. They also gave a … Read More
Blue U volunteers from Kimley-Horn participated in a family engineering night hosted at Mendota Elementary School. Students built their own inventions/creations with K’nex and talked to engineers about the projects they create in real life.
Blue U volunteers from Kimley-Horn, SRF, and Braun Intertec participated in Expert Day at Jackson Middle School as part of the school’s Project Lead the Way program. Volunteers did a career and design focused presentation followed by a design challenge … Read More
Blue U volunteers from Kimley-Horn led a four-part marketing unit with juniors and seniors at St. Louis Park High School. The “mini-unit” included a presentation on the basics of marketing and how they apply in AEC industries; what graphic designers … Read More
LV Engineering LLC gave a mechanical engineering career presentation to MCTC Architectural Technology Program students. The presentation included talking about education and career paths, a typical day as a mechanical engineer, overview of current projects their firm is working on, and how … Read More
Kimley-Horn volunteers gave a presentation to an Introductory Engineering class at North Hennepin Community College. The presentation covered an overview some of the different disciplines in civil engineering and how multiple disciplines are working together on the Blue Line Light … Read More
The School of Engineering and Arts in Golden Valley invited Blue U to be a part of their annual family science, technology, engineering, arts, and math (STEAM) night.
Kimley-Horn and SRF volunteers presented to more than 50 fourth grade students at SEA Elementary about water resource engineering. Volunteers talked about why environmental engineering is important; how the environment impacts people’s every day lives and the infrastructure projects our firms … Read More
Blue U hosted a field-trip to one of Kimley-Horn’s project sites in Mounds View for Dunwoody students to experience a construction site in action. The students are taking a Construction Materials and Methods course and were able to see how what … Read More
Kimley-Horn volunteers gave a structural engineering career presentation to the MCTC Architectural Technology Program students. The presentation included talking about their education and career paths, typical day as a structural engineer, overview of current projects they are working on, … Read More