In celebration of International Engineers Week, Quincy College is hosting daily events that will explore the variety of engineering pathways, engineering careers, and highlight Quincy College’s Engineering Technology Program, and its new Natural Science: Engineering Program.

All events held in Saville Hall, Room 100 located at 24 Saville Avenue, Quincy MA.

Exploring Engineering Pathways

Tuesday, February 20th  | 3:30 pm
Featuring Quincy College Faculty and Staff:

  • Richard Bramante, Instructor of Engineering Technology
  • Zung Nguyen, Mission Support and Technology Associate
  • James Peters, Assistant Professor of Computer Science
  • Deborah Stockbridge, Professor of Computer Science
  • Jeffrey Wetter, Assistant Professor of Physics

Why Engineers get the fun jobs? Blockchain, AI, IoT, Machine Learning

Wednesday, February 21st  | 2:00 pm
Featuring Guest Speakers:

  • Manuel Barroso, Executive Partner, Global Integration Executive Consultant
  • Positive Business Consulting Services

The Flexibility and Independence of a STEM Career

Thursday, February 22nd  | 2:00 pm
Featuring Guest Speakers:

  • Linda Graf, OA Validation Manager, Manufacturing Systems
  • Wyeth/Pfizer

Engineering Technology Lab Tour with Faculty Demonstrations

Friday, February 23rd | 3:30pm
Practical, hands-on Engineering Technology demonstrations including Nao humanoid robot, Roomba robots, Optics and the property of lenses bending laser beams, and 3D printing, electronic circuits,  and test equipment.

Learn more about all of Quincy College’s Pathways to Technology Professions here: