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Engineering for One Planet

Engineering for One Planet (EOP) is striving to equip all engineers with the skills, knowledge, and understanding they need to protect and improve our planet and our lives.

In this fall 2022 update:

• Calling Engineering Educators: Join a webinar to learn about new tools to help you teach sustainability using the EOP Framework

• Apply to be the next EOP Network Manager

• Fostering Connections: 2022 EOP Network Convening Outcomes

• Catch EOP at the 25th Annual Colloquium on International Engineering Education (virtual event Nov. 2nd-3rd)

• And other opportunities and events from our community!

EOP Framework Guide: Core Learning matrix and Activities book covers

Calling Engineering Educators: Join a webinar to learn about the EOP Framework & “How-To” Guides

• Learn how the EOP initiative and Framework can help you teach sustainability and how to get involved

• Be among the first to check out the revised EOP Framework

• Try out the brand new “How-To” implementation guides

• Provide feedback on the guides to improve their usability before they are launched to the public

We understand that this may be a busy point in your semester, so we’re offering two options to get involved—Tuesday, November 15 at 12:00pm ET or Thursday, November 17 at 3:00pm ET.

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Apply to be the New EOP Network Manager

Are you a self-motivated, highly organized, and multi-talented individual? The Lemelson Foundation seeks to hire a consultant to support, coordinate, and convene the EOP Network, a group of 70 individuals representing diverse sectors and lived experiences who are committed to ensuring that education equips all engineers with the skills and knowledge to contribute to a healthy world for lifetimes to come. The EOP Network Manager will be responsible for:

• Working with EOP Network members to build the community and strengthen collaborations among members;

• Supporting project teams through scheduling and communications activities; sharing information and opportunities with members;

• Fostering learning and collaboration for members through virtual and in-person events and convenings; and

• Ensuring tools and activities are in place for effective collaboration and communication.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until the position is filled.

Learn more here

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group photo at 2022 EOP Network Convening at Boeing Field in Seattle

Fostering Connections: 2022 EOP Network Convening Outcomes

On two beautiful days in October, the third full convening of the EOP Network (and the first in-person event) brought together 30 faculty, students, engineers, and nonprofit professionals and built upon the network’s foundational agreements represented in its Charter. A special thank you to Kalan Guiley and his team at Boeing for hosting the 2022 EOP Network Convening at Boeing Field in Seattle, Washington!

By the close of the convening, Network members emerged feeling inspired, with new perspectives and a deeper sense of collaboration and connectivity. They developed action-oriented, member-generated project ideas to advance the network purpose and a sense of excitement to move them forward. Stay tuned for information about future opportunities to participate in the EOP Network.

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Join EOP at the 25th Annual Colloquium on International Engineering Education (virtual) November 2nd-3rd, 2022

The Colloquium provides engineering and language educators, international program administrators, deans, provosts, presidents, corporate leaders, public sector representatives, and students common ground to talk about educating engineers for today’s global workplace. Cindy Cooper and Cindy Anderson will be presenting EOP on November 3 under the theme “Visions for the Future for the Humanities and Engineering.” Join us!

Click here for more info and to register.

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Participate in Siemens Tech for Sustainability Campaign 2023

Siemens has announced seven global sustainability challenges, including one on Educating for Sustainability. There are competitions and prizes for educators, students, startups, and researchers. Check out their website to learn more and get started.

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Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellowship

Apply for 2023 Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellowships

Applications for the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) summer 2023 Mass Media Science & Engineering Fellowships are now open. This opportunity targets grad students and postdocs who have an interest in science journalism. Visit AAAS for more info.

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