Engineers Week 2011

Engineers Week 2011 is Feb. 20 - 26. The National Professional Society of Engineers sponsors Engineers Week each year to celebrate the important contributions of engineers and encourage younger generations to pursue careers in that field. The week, held around George Washington’s birthday, was established in 1951 to increase public awareness and appreciation of the engineering profession. Many view the nation’s first president, who was also a military engineer and land surveyor, as America’s first engineer. (Air Force graphic by Margaret Moore)

PHOTO BY: Margaret Moore
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