Future City Competition - Jan. 25th @ UT Arlington


Ryan Clements
 

FUTURE CITY COMPETITION, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25
SIGN-UP NOW AND SEE THE FUTURE!
VOLUNTEER NOW TO IMPACT THE LIVES OF FUTURE ENGINEERS
 The Future City Competition – sponsored by DiscoverE (National Engineers Week) – inspires young students about engineering by challenging them to solve the real-world problems associated with building a livable city of the future. This year’s theme is “Clean Water: Tap into Tomorrow.” More than 50 schools are working hard on their city concepts and their solutions for resilient water systems.

 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:
Competition Judges – (7:45 am – 1:30 pm, Jan 25, 2020 at UT Arlington) Interact directly with the middle-school students as they present their models and solutions for the cities of the future. Training and rubrics provided.


 Junior Competition Judges – (7:45 am – 11:00 am, Jan 25, 2020 at UTA) Interact directly with the 4-5th graders as they present their models for the cities of the future. Training and rubrics provided.
 Event Coordinators – (7:30 am – 5:00 pm, Jan 25, 2020 at UTA) Help ensure everything runs smoothly on the day of the competition. Non-technical volunteers welcome. 

 For additional information visit 
http://www.dfwfuturecity.org/part_vols.html or contact Jean Eason, regional@....

 Or sign up directly at (each competition has its own sign-up):

LOCATION
Event will be at Nedderman Hall at UT Arlington.  Detailed directions regarding location, parking, etc., will be sent after you sign up
.


https://secure.futurecity.org/NorthTX/Judge – Future City (middle school) Competition

https://secure.futurecity.org/NorthTXJunior/Judge
 – Future City Junior (elementary school).

 The following is a brief description of what to expect.  Much more detail will be provided in the orientation the morning-of Saturday, January 25.
  • Preliminary round - 10 rooms with presentations going in parallel.  Judges will be assigned to a panel of 3-4 judges.  A panel is assigned to a room.  Room managers will distribute and collect score sheets and control timing.  Expect 6 team presentations in each room.
Timeline for each entry: (30 min total)
Orientation materials to front, shake hands with judges before and makes thier presentation.

    - 5 min   -- judges look over and score model
    - 5-7 min -- team presentation
    - 7 min   -- Q&A

    - 5 min   -- team removes model and presentation aids, judges complete score sheets
 * Scheduled breaks for each room.  During the 30-min break, special awards judges will be in the room to see models and interview student teams.


Mellen West
 

Looks good.  For some reason I get a message that my membership not approved so not able to follow links.  I was one of the first to sign up when Dan was beta testing.  What’s up

Mellen

 

From: main@NTREG.groups.io <main@NTREG.groups.io> On Behalf Of ryan.c.clements@...
Sent: Thursday, 16 January, 2020 11:40 AM
To: main@NTREG.groups.io
Subject: [NTREG] Future City Competition - Jan. 25th @ UT Arlington

 

FUTURE CITY COMPETITION, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25
SIGN-UP NOW AND SEE THE FUTURE!

 

VOLUNTEER NOW TO IMPACT THE LIVES OF FUTURE ENGINEERS

 The Future City Competition – sponsored by DiscoverE (National Engineers Week) – inspires young students about engineering by challenging them to solve the real-world problems associated with building a livable city of the future. This year’s theme is “Clean Water: Tap into Tomorrow.” More than 50 schools are working hard on their city concepts and their solutions for resilient water systems.


 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:
Competition Judges – (7:45 am – 1:30 pm, Jan 25, 2020 at UT Arlington) Interact directly with the middle-school students as they present their models and solutions for the cities of the future. Training and rubrics provided.


 Junior Competition Judges – (7:45 am – 11:00 am, Jan 25, 2020 at UTA) Interact directly with the 4-5th graders as they present their models for the cities of the future. Training and rubrics provided.
 Event Coordinators – (7:30 am – 5:00 pm, Jan 25, 2020 at UTA) Help ensure everything runs smoothly on the day of the competition. Non-technical volunteers welcome. 

 For additional information visit 
http://www.dfwfuturecity.org/part_vols.html or contact Jean Eason, regional@....

 Or sign up directly at (each competition has its own sign-up):

LOCATION
Event will be at Nedderman Hall at UT Arlington.  Detailed directions regarding location, parking, etc., will be sent after you sign up
.


https://secure.futurecity.org/NorthTX/Judge – Future City (middle school) Competition

https://secure.futurecity.org/NorthTXJunior/Judge
 – Future City Junior (elementary school).

 The following is a brief description of what to expect.  Much more detail will be provided in the orientation the morning-of Saturday, January 25.

·  Preliminary round - 10 rooms with presentations going in parallel.  Judges will be assigned to a panel of 3-4 judges.  A panel is assigned to a room.  Room managers will distribute and collect score sheets and control timing.  Expect 6 team presentations in each room.

Timeline for each entry: (30 min total)
Orientation materials to front, shake hands with judges before and makes thier presentation.

    - 5 min   -- judges look over and score model
    - 5-7 min -- team presentation
    - 7 min   -- Q&A

   
 - 5 min   -- team removes model and presentation aids, judges complete score sheets
 * Scheduled breaks for each room.  During the 30-min break, special awards judges will be in the room to see models and interview student teams.


Rosa R. Orenstein
 

I think you have to do something with your profile to allow the follow up to the links. 

Rosa

 

Rosa R. Orenstein, Esq.

Orenstein Law Group

1201 Elm Street

Suite 4020

Dallas, Texas  75270

Telephone: 214-757-9101, ext. 1002

DD: 469-232-4334

Facsimile: 972-764-8110

rosa@...

www.orenstein-lg.com

 

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From: main@NTREG.groups.io [mailto:main@NTREG.groups.io] On Behalf Of Mellen West
Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2020 12:43 PM
To: main@NTREG.groups.io
Cc: 'Dan Lepinski, P.E.' <Dan@...>
Subject: ADV: Re: [NTREG] Future City Competition - Jan. 25th @ UT Arlington

 

Looks good.  For some reason I get a message that my membership not approved so not able to follow links.  I was one of the first to sign up when Dan was beta testing.  What’s up

Mellen

 

From: main@NTREG.groups.io <main@NTREG.groups.io> On Behalf Of ryan.c.clements@...
Sent: Thursday, 16 January, 2020 11:40 AM
To: main@NTREG.groups.io
Subject: [NTREG] Future City Competition - Jan. 25th @ UT Arlington

 

FUTURE CITY COMPETITION, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25
SIGN-UP NOW AND SEE THE FUTURE!

 

VOLUNTEER NOW TO IMPACT THE LIVES OF FUTURE ENGINEERS

 The Future City Competition – sponsored by DiscoverE (National Engineers Week) – inspires young students about engineering by challenging them to solve the real-world problems associated with building a livable city of the future. This year’s theme is “Clean Water: Tap into Tomorrow.” More than 50 schools are working hard on their city concepts and their solutions for resilient water systems.


 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:
Competition Judges – (7:45 am – 1:30 pm, Jan 25, 2020 at UT Arlington) Interact directly with the middle-school students as they present their models and solutions for the cities of the future. Training and rubrics provided.


 Junior Competition Judges – (7:45 am – 11:00 am, Jan 25, 2020 at UTA) Interact directly with the 4-5th graders as they present their models for the cities of the future. Training and rubrics provided.
 Event Coordinators – (7:30 am – 5:00 pm, Jan 25, 2020 at UTA) Help ensure everything runs smoothly on the day of the competition. Non-technical volunteers welcome. 

 For additional information visit 
http://www.dfwfuturecity.org/part_vols.html or contact Jean Eason, regional@....

 Or sign up directly at (each competition has its own sign-up):

LOCATION
Event will be at Nedderman Hall at UT Arlington.  Detailed directions regarding location, parking, etc., will be sent after you sign up
.


https://secure.futurecity.org/NorthTX/Judge – Future City (middle school) Competition

https://secure.futurecity.org/NorthTXJunior/Judge
 – Future City Junior (elementary school).

 The following is a brief description of what to expect.  Much more detail will be provided in the orientation the morning-of Saturday, January 25.

·  Preliminary round - 10 rooms with presentations going in parallel.  Judges will be assigned to a panel of 3-4 judges.  A panel is assigned to a room.  Room managers will distribute and collect score sheets and control timing.  Expect 6 team presentations in each room.

Timeline for each entry: (30 min total)
Orientation materials to front, shake hands with judges before and makes thier presentation.

    - 5 min   -- judges look over and score model
    - 5-7 min -- team presentation
    - 7 min   -- Q&A

   
 - 5 min   -- team removes model and presentation aids, judges complete score sheets
 * Scheduled breaks for each room.  During the 30-min break, special awards judges will be in the room to see models and interview student teams.


Mellen West
 

Thanks

M

 

From: main@NTREG.groups.io <main@NTREG.groups.io> On Behalf Of Rosa R. Orenstein
Sent: Friday, 17 January, 2020 9:36 AM
To: main@NTREG.groups.io
Subject: Re: [NTREG] Future City Competition - Jan. 25th @ UT Arlington

 

I think you have to do something with your profile to allow the follow up to the links. 

Rosa

 

Rosa R. Orenstein, Esq.

Orenstein Law Group

1201 Elm Street

Suite 4020

Dallas, Texas  75270

Telephone: 214-757-9101, ext. 1002

DD: 469-232-4334

Facsimile: 972-764-8110

rosa@...

www.orenstein-lg.com

 

CONFIDENTIAL NOTICE: This electronic transmission and any attachments constitute confidential information which is intended only for the named recipient(s) and may be legally privileged. If you have received this communication in error, please contact the sender immediately. Any disclosure, copying, distribution or the taking of any action concerning the contents of this communication by anyone other than the named recipient (s) is strictly prohibited. IRS Circular 230 Disclosure: To ensure compliance with requirements imposed by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, we inform you that any tax advice contained in this communication (including any attachments) was not intended or written to be used, and cannot be used, by any taxpayer for the purpose of (1) avoiding tax-related penalties under the U.S. Internal Revenue Code or (2) promoting, marketing or recommending to another party any tax-related matters addressed herein.

 

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From: main@NTREG.groups.io [mailto:main@NTREG.groups.io] On Behalf Of Mellen West
Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2020 12:43 PM
To: main@NTREG.groups.io
Cc: 'Dan Lepinski, P.E.' <Dan@...>
Subject: ADV: Re: [NTREG] Future City Competition - Jan. 25th @ UT Arlington

 

Looks good.  For some reason I get a message that my membership not approved so not able to follow links.  I was one of the first to sign up when Dan was beta testing.  What’s up

Mellen

 

From: main@NTREG.groups.io <main@NTREG.groups.io> On Behalf Of ryan.c.clements@...
Sent: Thursday, 16 January, 2020 11:40 AM
To: main@NTREG.groups.io
Subject: [NTREG] Future City Competition - Jan. 25th @ UT Arlington

 

FUTURE CITY COMPETITION, SATURDAY, JANUARY 25
SIGN-UP NOW AND SEE THE FUTURE!

 

VOLUNTEER NOW TO IMPACT THE LIVES OF FUTURE ENGINEERS

 The Future City Competition – sponsored by DiscoverE (National Engineers Week) – inspires young students about engineering by challenging them to solve the real-world problems associated with building a livable city of the future. This year’s theme is “Clean Water: Tap into Tomorrow.” More than 50 schools are working hard on their city concepts and their solutions for resilient water systems.


 VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES:
Competition Judges – (7:45 am – 1:30 pm, Jan 25, 2020 at UT Arlington) Interact directly with the middle-school students as they present their models and solutions for the cities of the future. Training and rubrics provided.


 Junior Competition Judges – (7:45 am – 11:00 am, Jan 25, 2020 at UTA) Interact directly with the 4-5th graders as they present their models for the cities of the future. Training and rubrics provided.
 Event Coordinators – (7:30 am – 5:00 pm, Jan 25, 2020 at UTA) Help ensure everything runs smoothly on the day of the competition. Non-technical volunteers welcome. 

 For additional information visit 
http://www.dfwfuturecity.org/part_vols.html or contact Jean Eason, regional@....

 Or sign up directly at (each competition has its own sign-up):

LOCATION
Event will be at Nedderman Hall at UT Arlington.  Detailed directions regarding location, parking, etc., will be sent after you sign up
.


https://secure.futurecity.org/NorthTX/Judge – Future City (middle school) Competition

https://secure.futurecity.org/NorthTXJunior/Judge
 – Future City Junior (elementary school).

 The following is a brief description of what to expect.  Much more detail will be provided in the orientation the morning-of Saturday, January 25.

·  Preliminary round - 10 rooms with presentations going in parallel.  Judges will be assigned to a panel of 3-4 judges.  A panel is assigned to a room.  Room managers will distribute and collect score sheets and control timing.  Expect 6 team presentations in each room.

Timeline for each entry: (30 min total)
Orientation materials to front, shake hands with judges before and makes thier presentation.

    - 5 min   -- judges look over and score model
    - 5-7 min -- team presentation
    - 7 min   -- Q&A

   
 - 5 min   -- team removes model and presentation aids, judges complete score sheets
 * Scheduled breaks for each room.  During the 30-min break, special awards judges will be in the room to see models and interview student teams.