Address: P. O. Box 1166, Bettendorf, IA 52722
email: qcesc.org@gmail.com
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The Quad City Engineering and Science Council (QCESC) is in its 55th  year of operation as a non-profit, umbrella organization representing ~20 engineering, science and technical societies in the Quad City area with approximately 3,000 associated professional members. Our Mission is “To Promote and support engineering, science, and technical professionals and associated societies in Quad City Region and To Encourage and support students to study in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) related fields”. We are actively seeking new society members as well as additional corporate sponsors and donors to help support our mission. There is no fee to join.

We annually sponsor, promote and support events such as our QCESC Annual Banquet that recognizes STEM professionals and educators as well as awards scholarships to high school seniors, Society Reception for local Technical Society members, STEM Educator Night Outs, and Golf Classic Fundraiser. We also provides organization, judges and volunteers for the local STEM* activities for area Youth including: Bridge Building Day Camp and Battle of the Bridges competition, FIRST LEGO League (FLL) Kickoff & Qualifiers, FIRST Tech Challenge (FTC) Kickoff & League Meets/Tournaments, QC Tech Challenge, Kids Engineering Camp, Trebuchet Egg Throw Contest, Cardboard Boat Race, Solar Car Workshop and more!

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3 weeks ago
Q&A: Vince Bertram Leads the Way Toward STEM in Schools

https://edtechmagazine.com/k12/article/2017/12/qa-vince-bertram-leads-way-toward-stem-schools

Project Lead the Way's president and CEO says students should be engaged and excited about their futures and careers.

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3 weeks ago
The digital future of work: What skills will be needed?

As "Timeless" as it is "Timely"... (

Robots have long carried out routine physical activities, but increasingly machines can also take on more sophisticated tasks. Experts provide advice on the skills people will need going forward.

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3 weeks ago

Merry Christmas to all of you current and would-be STEM-professionals, and to all who support them!!

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3 weeks ago
Robot taught itself never seen before chess moves in just four hours

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-5204513/Robot-taught-never-seen-chess-moves-hours.html

Robot taught itself chess in just four hours and learned moves never seen before. A leading Oxford academic, Professor Michael Wooldridge, warned that AI could go ‘rogue’.

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4 weeks ago
QCESC Monthly Meeting

QCESC Monthly Meeting. Public Welcome. Learn more at www.qcesc.org

QCESC Monthly Meeting. Public Welcome. Learn more at www.qcesc.org

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4 weeks ago
QCESC Society Social and QC Mallard's Game

ATTENTION STEM Professionals and Technical Society Members: Registration is NOW OPEN for our Social and Networking Night at the QC Mallards Game at: http://qcesc.org/hockey_night/

Join members of the Quad City Engineering and Science Council and member professional societies at our annual social event at a QC Mallard's game vs. the Indy Fuel. We'll be in "The Nest", a ... See more

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1 month ago

The 2018 Battle of the Bridges "Rules, Tools, and Materials will be available this weekend @ www.qcesc.org. Registration will be open by January 13, 2018. The event has been moved out one month to ... See more

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