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Fall STEM Lecture Series…

Fall STEM Lecture Series with keynote speaker Mr. Eric Myers, a Project Engineer for CPS Energy
STEM Lecture Series Fall 2013

Fall STEM Lecture Series

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Fall STEM Lecture Series Presentation October 11, 2013 at 1:00 pm in the Heritage Room with keynote speaker Mr. Eric Myers, a Project Engineer for CPS Energy. 

Locally and nationally the subject of Green Energy (wind and solar) and the more traditional energy sources are of great interest. Mr. Myers will speak to the St. Philip's College STEM student body, faculty, administration and greater SPC Community on this very important and interesting topic. His talk will give an overview of CPS Energy electrical power production and a look at diversification of energy sources. Everyone will get insight into the different facilities and power plants that generate the energy and the STEM students may learn of career opportunities for Mathematicians, Scientist and Engineers along with possible availability of internships. 

 The Lecture starts at 1:00 pm in the Heritage Room and is followed by about 15 minutes of questions. Also after the lecture, the speaker is willing to spend a little one-on-one time with students and others who may have additional questions. Lunch and refreshments will be served and the greater SPC community is invited. The event is FREE and open to the public.