UHS Engineering Club
The Union High School Engineering Club promotes student participation in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics through projects, competitions, speakers, and other activities. We provide lunchtime and after school opportunities for students to pursue engineering projects, and mentoring for STEM students.
Club Meetings, Activities, Competitions, and Technology Education Events are scheduled in the Engineering Club gCalendar, which is listed on the Calendars page along with the Science Olympiad and Union main calendars.
Meeting Times: Engineering Club meets Tuesdays at lunch.
Project Work Time after school 2:30 - 4 Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday
Meeting Place: Union Room 216 Car/Bike Map to Union (click get directions) The Engineering and Environmental Science building is at the SE corner of campus, Check in at the Building 200 South Entrance with Melissa Varner, go right on the first floor, room 216 is the last room on the left side.
The Club uses google sites and groups for collaboration on projects:
The Engineering Club introduces students to Software and Tools used in Union Engineering computers or available for download at minimal cost for home use. The club relies on Fundraising and Donations for project materials, please consider making a donation.
Projects and Activities
WSU Imagine Tomorrow Sustainable Energy Competition is the club's primary activity, but we support a range of STEM related activities.
the social benefits of these projects may make them eligible for approval as topics for student's Research Analysis Paper and Culminating Project graduation requirements.
The club supports student involvement in a range STEM related activities
Engineering Club Leadership
Student Engineering Club President: Mitchell Barnette
Student Engineering Club Treasurer: Pico Premvuti
Engineering Club Staff Founder: Tod Heiles
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