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“Smarter Energy, Cleaner Planet” junior engineering competition brings high school teams to VUSE

Feb. 14, 2011—Tennessee high school teams will meet Feb. 18 at Vanderbilt’s School of Engineering as the Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS) launches its annual TEAMS competition that challenges students to use practical applications of math and science to answer engineering questions about everyday world challenges. With the 2011 theme, “Smarter Energy, Cleaner Planet”, TEAMS will show...

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Local high school students tackle global water challenge in 2010 JETS TEAMS competition

May. 4, 2010—Tennessee high schools have been named national winners in the Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS) TEAMS engineering competition for 2010. This year, they tackled one of the world’s most pressing problems – the global water shortage, highlighted recently by the Haiti earthquake. Each year, JETS, through its TEAMS competition, provides students in grades nine through...

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Junior engineering competition draws 13 high school teams to VUSE

Mar. 2, 2010—Thirteen teams from eight mid-state high schools met Feb. 26 at Vanderbilt University’s Engineering School to participate in a Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS) program – TEAMS – that challenged students to examine the engineering involved in providing safe water to everyone. The 2010 event drew the largest response to date and included teams from...

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Junior engineering competition brings high school teams to VUSE

Feb. 10, 2010—Tennessee high school teams will meet Feb. 26 at Vanderbilt University’s School of Engineering to participate in a Junior Engineering Technical Society (JETS) program – TEAMS – that challenges students to use the practical applications of math and science to answer engineering questions about everyday world challenges. The 2010 theme is “Water, Water Everywhere!” Students...

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