Location

1452 Duke Street
Alexandria, Virginia 22314
Phone (703) 836-6727
Fax (703) 836-7491
Email: asnehq@navalengineers.org

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Student Program and FLEET Capstone

ASNE and the Delaware Valley Section are exceedingly proud to offer a robust student program at the Intelligent Ships Symposium.  Special features of this year's student program include SeaPerch project demonstrations, a capstone to this year's FLEET programming, and a student-only conversation with NSWC-Philadelphia commanding officer CAPT Francis Spencer.  

Student Agenda (All student-specific programming is on May 24, 2017)

0730-0830 Registration
Set-up Posters
Continental Breakfast
(Exhibit Hall)

0830-0915 Opening Session & Welcoming Comments
(Zellerbach)

0915-1000 Keynote Speaker
•RADM Lorin Selby USN
(Zellerbach)

1000-1015 Pictures with RADM Selby & Captain Spencer
(Stage of Zellerbach)

1015-1030 Break

1030-1115 STEM Student Discussions with Captain Spencer
STEM Breakout Session
(Montgomery)

1130-1215 Lunch
(Exhibit Hall)

1215-1330 MS Tour - UPenn Robotics Tour
(MRLS Lab with Mickey Whitzer)

HS & Fleet - FLEET Competition/gaming
(Montgomery)

1330-1430 Fleet - Con't FLEET Competition/gaming
(Montgomery)

HS Tour - UPenn Robotics Tour (-or-continue FLEET competition for those who want)
(MRLS Lab with Mickey Whitzer)

MS - STEM Breakout/Fleet
(Montgomery)

1430-1500 Ice Cream Social (All students)
(Patio)

1500-1640 U Penn Tour (as able)

1640-1800 Attend Reception with announcement/presenting of FLEET competition winners (as able)

How to Participate

Interested students/educators should reach out to ASNE Educator in Residence Cheryl Long at clong@navalengineers.org.  Should funding preclude attendance, travel mini-grants to participate in this FLEET capstone event are available to qualifying students/institutions.