• April

    Geologist improves field for future professionals

    With the help of advocacy from Dave Becker, a geologist with Huntsville Center's Environmental and Munitions Center of Expertise, Nebraska legislature passed a bill that created licensing and registration along with the requirements to receive professional geologist certification.
  • March

    Huntsville Center Engineer recognized for STEM performance

    Walters is a project engineer supporting Defense Logistics Agency fuels storage and infrastructure. He ensures proper operations and maintenance is performed on Department of Defense fuels systems in support of national defense and security.
  • February

    4 reasons volunteering for science fairs pays big dividends

    There’s more to being a science fair judge than evaluating student projects. That’s what professionals at the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, continue to discover as they volunteer for science fairs and similar community outreach events.
  • March

    Departing IR chief challenges fellow employees to connect with aspiring engineers

    Huntsville Center was one of nine organizations to participate in New Century Technology High School’s career fair March 12 as professionals from science, technology and engineering industries met with students pursuing those career paths.
  • May

    Internal Review chief volunteers for UAH’s STEM outreach program

    A member of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, continued the tradition of volunteering her time and expertise helping burgeoning engineers as part of an engineering outreach program at the University of Alabama in Huntsville.
  • Huntsville Center employees discuss renewables at Redstone Earth Day event

    Two members of the U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville, participated in Redstone Arsenal’s Earth Day outdoor educational event last month at the post’s Path to Nature Wetland and Indian Education Center.
  • April

    STEM outreach going strong at HNC

    Webb is just one among many at the Huntsville Center who, over the years, has felt called to reach out to local schools to reinforce the importance of Science, Technology, Engineering and Math fields to the nation’s future. Huntsville Center has participated in in close to 20 such STEM events in the last three years.
  • March

    Huntsville Center participates in local science fair

    U.S. Army Engineering and Support Center, Huntsville participated in the First Baptist Child Development Center & Academy science fair March 17. Six volunteers judged more than 95 group and individual projects that were created by students in pre-kindergarten through fifth grade.
  • February

    Engineers share STEM career paths with Alabama educators

    Huntsville Center engineers, engaged more than 350 educators from throughout Alabama by discussing their career fields during the Alabama Community Education Association’s annual conference at the Huntsville Marriott Feb. 25.
  • January

    Volunteer judges help science fair inspire students to pursue STEM

    Eight volunteers from the Huntsville Center offered their STEM field expertise to help judge more than 110 projects during the annual Challenger Elementary School Science Fair Jan. 20.
  • November

    Huntsville Center participates in local elementary school STEAM fair

    Huntsville Center participated in the annual STEAM Fair at Mill Creek Elementary School Nov. 10.
  • October

    Huntsville Center fosters interest in STEM for Redstone youth

    Huntsville Center welcomed more than 30 teens and staff from the Redstone Youth Center Oct. 6 for a STEM presentation and hands-on activities.
  • July

    Science, arts symposium keeps students focused

    Students see a clearer picture of what skills are needed to work in careers, particularly in the fields of science, technology and mathematics.
  • Engineering profession showcased for local youths

    A science, technology, engineering and math presentation for students showcases different types of engineers, their roles in society and the future job outlook.
  • March

    Center shares with local students during National Engineer Week

    Huntsville Center celebrated National Engineers Week by meeting with more than 300 juniors and seniors at J.O. Johnson High School in north Huntsville, Ala. After the students listened Center employees explain how they got into their respective technical fields, their attention quickly turned to a challenge.