Engaged Engineers

The purpose of the Engaged Engineers program is to recognize the students who go beyond coursework and research to engage with the College of Engineering on a broader level. This serves as an opportunity for employers to see which students have a special dedication to service excellence. Points will be awarded for qualifying events and digital badges can be obtained at each point level.

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College Programs

Supporting Tech Achievement for Richmond Students (STARS)

A collaborative project to support STEM education in the Richmond region

STARS project

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Early Engineers

Programming and resources designed to support elementary school educators in Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math (STEAM)

Early Engineers

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Teacher Professional Development Workshops

We offer summer workshops for teachers on topics related to engineering and technology. Contact us for more information

Contact Us

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Engineering in Vision

If you can’t see it, you can’t be it. This video conference series connects students at John B. Cary Elementary with graduate students in the VCU College of Engineering

Engineering in Vision

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Summer Research Opportunities in Engineering (SRO)

An opportunity for high school students to work in VCU Engineering laboratories for an extended and in depth research experience

Summer Research Opportunities

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Customized, hands-on experiences featuring all aspects of engineering and computer science for high school student groups


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Engineering Practices in Color (EPIC)

A program created and run by a Biomedical Engineering graduate student to teach STEAM topics to students with cognitive diversity using innovative and multisensory methods


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High School Programming Contest

An annual challenging and fun opportunity for high school students to improve their Java programming skills

High School Programming Contest

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