E-Week happens annually on campus in April. It is a week dedicated to sharing what engineers and engineering bring to society. PEPC helps facilitate events, speakers, and giveaways throughout this week, with organizations running and participating in events such as trivia nights, etiquette dinners, and org olympics. E-Week is an excellent opportunity for organizations to show off what they’re working on to other engineers and all of campus!
Purdue Engineers Week
April 12-16, 2021
Engineering Week, or E-Week, is an annual celebration of Engineering. Purdue University’s E-Week is organized by the Purdue Engineering Presidents’ Council and is typically celebrated in the spring semester.
This spring E-Week will be celebrated April 12-16. Below is the tentative schedule of events.
View the Engineering X Arts gallery showcasing the artistic talents of the College of Engineering community.
Monday, April 12
This year’s Amelia Earhart Summit (AES), run by WiA and Graduate Women’s Gatherings, was a virtual, month-long event during March focused on “Implementing Diversity” with the intention to empower all students interested in a future in aerospace. Purdue WiA would like to thank all registrants for attending the 2021 AES by handing out free merchandise as part of E-Week, including AES t-shirts, lanyards, stickers, and pens! These are in limited supply and will be handed out first come, first served.
Purdue Women in Aerospace (WiA) strives to empower underrepresented minorities by providing undergraduate students with inclusive educational, outreach, professional, and social opportunities in the Aerospace Engineering (AAE) major at Purdue.
Participate in virtual trivia, featuring rounds of 10-12 trivia questions, where participating groups can go into breakout sessions to answer questions collaboratively. Winners will receive prizes.
Diversity Panel Zoom
Participants will have the opportunity to hear more about Paralympians and the engineering projects that RIISE has been doing. Students will also have the opportunity to submit ideas for projects which will be judged by a committee (including professors) and winners will be getting prizes!