Carolina Regional Future City Competition
|2015 First Place Regional Winner
Paul Knox Middle, North Augusta, SC - "Korbinia"
(l-r) Abbi Fralick, Matthew Bodine (Engineer Mentor), Savannah Padgett,
Amanda Burnside (Educator), Duncan Crowder
City Competition is a national program sponsored by
DiscoverE (formaly known as National Engineers Week Foundation) to promote technological literacy
and engineering to middle school students.
Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC in partnership with the Ruth
Patrick Science Education Center are proud to be the
sponsors of the annual South Carolina Regional
Future City Competition. Our goal is to help middle
school students better understand the practical applications
of math and scientific principles. Since the program
began, it has been recognized by the education and engineering
communities as an innovative learning approach.
Carolina Regional Competition
January 23, 2016
Location: University of South Carolina-Aiken, Business and Education
Directions: Click to View Printable Map
- 2015-2016 Future City Essay Topic: "Waste Not, Want Not”
Design an innovative city-wide solid waste disposal system for your Future City that is safe, environmentally sound and energy efficient.
National finals of the Future City Competition were held in
Washington D.C., February 14-18, 2015.
learn more about the 2015-2016 National Future City Competition
Contact: Kim Mitchell , Education Outreach Programs, (803) 952-8782
Future City Winners
|2015 2nd Place- W.A.Perry, Columbia, SC
"Ciudad de Jet"
(l-r) Tom Kohlsaat (Engineer Mentor), Rori Goff, Christian Laroc and
Dr. Debra Evans (Educator)
|2015 3rd Place - Aiken Area Home Educators, Aiken, SC
(l-r) Lucas Newton, Larry Morris (Engineer Mentor), Jordin Works,
Brandon Sides and Deborah Sides (Educator)