University seeks to get more students involved in engineering

10/13/2013 | Daily Camera (Boulder, Colo.)

The University of Colorado Boulder has moved its Engineering Days event to the fall to inspire more students to join clubs and activities. The event includes egg drops and rocket launches. "The goal of E-Days every year is to get the younger students, freshmen and sophomores, to learn about all the different societies within the engineering school and what they do and how to get involved," said Lauren Gresh, one of the Engineering Council's vice presidents.

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