Virginia Western Community College invites the public to attend a free talk on Wednesday, Oct. 9 by national expert Deanne Bell on science and technology careers that are far from boring. From her work with NASA to travels in Tibet, Bell has had experiences in a wide range of innovative and STEM careers.
Bell is an
engineer, television host and the founder of FutureEngineers.org, a platform
that hosts national invitation challenges for students. She received a B.S. in
mechanical engineering from Washington University in St. Louis.
becoming a TV host, Deanne designed opto-mechanics for military aircraft
sensors and worked as a senior application engineer for a CAD software startup
Deanne took her first job in television as a co-host for the Peabody Award
winning children’s series, Design Squad. She is currently a co-host for CNBC’s
‘Make Me a Millionaire Inventor, and her previous hosting credits include ESPN,
Discovery Channel, National Geographic, and DIY Network.
Deanne founded Future Engineers, which hosted its inaugural challenge in
partnership with NASA and the American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Foundation. Students were asked to create a digital 3D model of a space tool,
and the winning design is being 3D printed aboard the International Space
WHAT: STEM talk by national expert Deanne Bell
WHEN: 1 p.m., Wednesday, October 9
WHERE: Whitman Theater, Virginia Western Campus (Directions and parking)
COST: Free and open to the public
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