Enjoy an “English Breakfast”-inspired celebration of engineering featuring Hugo Fruehauf, co-creator of the Global Positioning System. Network with Nashville engineers and Lipscomb University faculty.
Hugo Fruehauf was awarded the Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering (QEPrize) in 2019 for his lifetime achievement as a co-creator of the Global Positioning System, the same GPS you all use on your cell phones in countless ways today.
The QEPrize is an international, £1 million engineering prize that rewards and celebrates the engineers behind a ground-breaking innovation that has been of global benefit to humanity.
The event takes place at Lipscomb University in the Fields Engineering Center.
Apr 4$15pp; walkups $20pp
Mar 7$30 /Family of 4; $15 Adult + Child; $10 Individual