WASHINGTON DC, February 21, 2017 – A city of the future – Sociecity – engineered by students from West Ridge Middle School in Austin, Texas – has won the grand prize today at the 2017 Future City® Competition – the 25th anniversary of this prestigious internation
Talented Sixth, Seventh and Eighth Graders Prepare to Present Their Innovative Solutions as They Tackle This Year’s Theme,
The Power of Public Space
You could really hear the excitement in their voices when Lauren Overton (second from the right) and Isabel Waring (third from the left) shared details from their recent trip to the US Space Camp, sponsored by Bentley Systems.
Future City starts with a question—how can we make the world a better place? Recently a group of students who were regional finalists for Future City in Iowa presented their idea for a more sustainable building design to hotel developers in their town.
Who knew engineering could take you to so many places?
We were so excited when we won the regional Future City Competition in our home state of Nevada. It meant we won a trip to Washington DC from DiscoverE to compete in the National Finals with other students from around the country!
Alabama’s Academy For Science And Foreign Language
Wins Grand Prize At 2016 Future City® Competition
Designing Solid Waste Management Systems of the Future
Linda J. Gerhardt, the Engineer Mentor for the St. John Lutheran Future City team, shared a recap of the team’s experience at Space Camp. Check it out!
The St. John Lutheran team from Michigan is back from Space Camp and recovering from our “out of this world” experience!