The UAH College of Engineering will observe National Engineers Week February 16-22. The 2014 eWeek theme is "DiscoverE: Let's Make a Difference." On Thursday, Feb. 20, the eWeek Banquet and Awards Ceremony honoring College of Engineering faculty and students will be held at the Jackson Conference Center (adjacent to HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology), located in Cummings Research Park. The coordinator of the event is Eric Grigorian (BSE EE '83, MSE EE '87), and IEEE Huntsville Section Chair. Each year one of the College of Engineering's member technical societies hosts the event. This year, IEEE will host the eWeek banquet. The purpose of eWeek is to call attention to the contributions to society that engineers make. The keynote speaker for the banquet and awards ceremony is Tim Pickens, inventor, entrepreneur and engineer. His business, Pickens Innovations specializes in commercial space, technical product development and solutions, and business consulting for technical and space companies. He previously served as commercial space advisor and chief propulsion engineer for Huntsville-based Dynectics, and team leader for the Rocket City Space Pioneers Google Lunar X PRIZE Team.