Students have spoken. The votes have been counted. Congratulations ROBIN, we look forward to hearing how you spend your £500 prize money. Hard luck to USAID and thank you to all the other engineers who took part. You were all brilliant and each and every single one of you has contributed to the great success of this event. We’ve had two weeks of hot debate, stimulating chat and mind-boggling facts. Students, don’t forget to fill in the event feedback survey to be in with a chance to win £20 WH Smith vouchers, here: http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/857736/I-m-an-Engineer-March-2012-Tell-us-what-you-think
We’ve counted, checked and rechecked the votes since yesterday and now it’s game over for… BECKY This leaves just USAID and ROBIN to fight it out for the £500 prize tomorrow. What would they both do with the money, you ask? Usaid says “I would like to setup an Engineering Prize for some of London’s struggling schools” and Robin says “I hope to donate it to the CCFE Charitable Fund, should I be lucky enough to win”. The competition is hotting up and the engineers are pulling out all the stops to secure your all important final vote. Only you decide who gets the £500 prize. Not your teacher, not the other engineers. Ask them more questions to help you decide who should win – ASK And most importantly vote NOW to make sure your favourite engineer walks off with the prize – VOTE May the best engineer win.
We’ve counted the votes since yesterday and now it’s time to evict… KELLY In just 24 hours time the final 2 Energy Zone engineers will be revealed to battle it out in the final. Who gets through to the final for a chance to win £500? YOU decide! The last 3 engineers have it all to play for and they’re fighting for YOUR vote. So vote NOW to make sure your favourite engineer makes it through to Friday’s final – VOTE If you haven’t made up your mind why not ask the engineers those all important tie breaker questions to help you decide? ASK One student in each zone will win a £20 WH Smith voucher for asking the best questions in the opinion of the moderators. So keep asking those mind boggling questions that push the engineers to their limits, and it might just be you… Sorry to see … Continue reading
It’s been a fantastic event so far and the engineers have worked hard, answering thousands of questions between them. But on Friday there can only be one winner in each zone, so some of them have to go. We are sorry to have to do this to you, but the first engineer to be evicted is… CARRIE Thanks so much for all you’ve done. We hope you’ve enjoyed taking part. There will be evictions every day for the rest of the week, with the winner announced on Friday. Keep voting students! Some of the great questions we’ve had so far include: Do you believe that there is life on other planets? How do they repair valves so deep in the sea? Robots are becoming more popular in the world, did you think that in the future we will be using them for jobs like looking after children and driving people … Continue reading
On Tuesday the engineer with the fewest votes will be evicted from the Energy Zone. YOU decide who goes… Will it be: ‘geeky, committed, friendly’ Usaid ‘the born engineer’ Robin ‘enthusiastic, creative, inspired’ Kelly ‘motivated, creative, technical’ Carrie ‘quiet, considerate, indecisive’ Becky After Tuesday’s eviction, you get a new vote to save your favourite engineer in the evictions on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. Next Friday the surviving engineer will be declared the Energy Zone winner!
Here are some of our favourite student questions in Energy Zone so far: “How did you make the maze solving robot?” “as anything gone wrong in the office?” “Do you think that we create human like artificial intelligence?“ “How do they repair valves so deep in the sea?” Have a look at the engineers’ answers and let them know what you think in a comment. At the end of the event, we will pick the Energy Zone student winner, who’ll win a a £20 WH Smiths voucher for asking the best questions and participating fully.