Foth members joined a plethora of engineering enthusiasts at the UW-Madison Engineering Expo on April 21 and 22. The event is organized entirely by students who are passionate about engineering, STEM and introducing younger students to various fields of study, employment and discovery.
Foth is dedicated to making STEM fields more accessible to children, adults and the community at large. Focusing on augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR) and drone technology, our employee-members demonstrated how technology has helped advance the profession, and how it helps us solve our clients’ toughest science and engineering challenges. And the next generation of engineers and their families learned that engineering can be a fun way to spend a weekend.
Learn more about the Engineering Expo and how students are helping shape the future of engineering.
Foth Participates in UW-Madison Engineering Expo
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