Campus Spotlight: Case Engineers Council

In their pursuit of fostering growth and collaboration in the Case Western Reserve University engineering community, the students behind the Case Engineers Council (CEC) bring to light the best of that community during Engineers Week.
Photo of the Case Engineers Council
Row 1:Robert Stark, Andrew Roote, David Rodriguez, Steven Su, Jeremy Zalles
Row 2: Kimberly Steere, Paul Advincula, Rueben Dockery, Isaac Ng, Zhan Su, Zane Varner,
Row 3:Sarah Mortier, Aaron Weinberg, Darshan G. Parikh, Jessica Qian, Jadon Wolf
Not Pictured:
Marc Chase, Lena Rosen, Rachel Swanson, Nicole Tartaglia, Gillian Tierney, Noah Tietsort, Pham Votritin

Organized on a national level by DiscoverE, Engineers Week aims to raise public understanding of, and appreciation for, engineers’ impact on society. This year at CWRU, the CEC kicked off Engineers Week with the Engineering Challenges Carnival on Feb. 3, leading into the flurry of events Feb. 19-24. From a paper airplane contest to a reception with a keynote speech by Mike Carlson, president of Siemens Digital Grid North America, the CEC is proud to present another fun and exciting event series for the entire community to enjoy together.

Throughout the rest of the year, CEC works closely with the Case School of Engineering and Division of Engineering Leadership and Professional Practice to build a more connected engineering community. 
For more information on the CEC and how you can get involved, contact Darshan G. Parikh, president for the 2017-18 year, at