Through the San Diego MESA Alliance, pre-college and college students will have a unique experience to witness the “real world” of work in an engineering or scientific environment.
Industry’s involvement will provide a great opportunity for our up and coming students to “test the waters” in a field of their interest and see first-hand how classroom skills relate to the workplace. What better way to do that, than observe and work with a professional in action! Employers can make a positive impact on the lives of students; future engineers and scientists!
MESA’s STEM Shadow Day is on Thursday, November 20, 2014.
Article source: California Space Grant Consortium San Diego: On July 25, 2014 the CaSGC completed an intense 5-day San Diego MESA Alliance Research Academy at San Diego State University and UC San Diego. Twenty-five students from San Diego City College, Southwestern College, and San Diego State University worked in teams on five research projects mentored by graduate students: Microgravity Flame …
The purpose of National MFG DAY on October 3, 2014 is to address the common misconceptions about manufacturing by giving manufacturers an opportunity to open their doors and show, in a coordinated effort, what manufacturing is — and what is being built and created in our own back-yard. By working together during and after MFG …
Students and/or industry participants build buoyancy shoes to ‘walk on water’, racing across the length of a swimming pool against other teams. Student organizations are expected to have refreshments available for attendees to purchase as part of their fundraising efforts.
Solar Turbines hosted the San Diego MESA Alliance’s Joint Planning Conference that brought student leaders and professionals together to network, collaborate and exchange ideas for improving math, engineering, and science education.
Modeled after a similar program for undergraduate students, this academy includes presentations from researchers and students involved with the Center for Sensorimotor Neural Engineering (CSNE) at SDSU.
Participants will be exposed to the use of Arduino technology, including the programming of an Arduino in basic electronic circuits. Additionally, participants will gain experience in teamwork and presentation skills, and, mentored by a Northrop Grumman coach, they will gain an understanding of the engineering design and build process.
Twenty five MESA students (10 from City College, 10 from Southwestern College, 5 from SDSU) will atend a 1-week Research Academy at San Diego State University (SDSU) in July 2014. The Academy is designed as a “trainer the trainer academy for understanding ‘what is research?’” The Academy was originally designed and implemented by 3 SDSU graduate research students in 2012.
The San Diego Region Joint Planning Conference for Diversity Focused Engineering and Science Chapters will take place on Friday, August 1, 2014, from 8:00 – 5:00 pm, at Solar Turbines in the Kearny Mesa region of San Diego, California.
The San Diego Mathematics Engineering Science Achievement (MESA) Alliance and Solar Turbines will host a unique event to bring student leaders and professionals together to network, collaborate and exchange ideas for improving science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education.
The 21st Annual MESA Olympics & Robotics Competition took place on Saturday, April 26, 2014 at San Diego State University. MESA students across the MESA programs at San Diego State University, San Diego City College, Southwestern College, Southwest high school, and Imperial high school, participated in the competitions. The competition segmented in problem-solving sessions and a robotics …