Mouser Electronics, Inc., the New Product Introduction (NPI) leader empowering
innovation, is proud to once again be a major sponsor of Engineers Week (EWeek) through the Fort Worth (Texas) Museum of Science and History for five days of fun and engaging activities. Mouser has been a major sponsor of this important annual event designed to increase public awareness and appreciation of engineers and their work for over a decade. By working together to develop new technologies, products and opportunities, engineers create new possibilities that make the world better.
This year’s EWeek, occurring at the museum Feb. 22 – 26, centers on the theme of “Creating the Future.” Mouser will host several engineering challenges and activities near the museum’s Innovation Studios and Gallery, where guests can participate in interactive experiences while learning how engineering is integrated into everyday life.
During EWeek, Mouser aspires to spark the imagination of future design engineers while demonstrating some of the latest technologies affecting the world of tomorrow. Attendees can also learn more how Mouser helps engineers design products creating the future by delivering the electronic components and highly educational resources they need, such as the ongoing Empowering Innovation Together ™ series, eBooks, Methods journals and technical resource pages.
“Mouser has played a role in helping aspiring engineers since the beginning of our company,” said Kevin
Hess, Mouser Senior Vice President of Marketing. “By sponsoring and participating in fun, educational
events like Engineers Week, we look to help nurture the young innovators, inventors and scientists who will
create the next technological wonders.”
“Hosting Engineers Week is an incredible way for the museum to share engineering connections with the
community,” says Orlando Carvalho, president of the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History. “With
engineering, anything is possible and Engineers Week is the catalyst for innovation and ideas from future
All Engineers Week activities are included with paid admission to the Museum of Science and History,
located in Fort Worth’s Cultural District.