“DREAM BIG: Engineering Our World” was presented at ASCE’s GeoFrontiers 2017 conference attended by Chairman of the Board Allen Cadden, who envisioned it as a local event sponsored by the West Chester office. Mia Painter, who heads the office’s geoscience group and chairs our Women’s Initiative Network, ran with the concept and invited Villanova University’s College of Engineering to partner. It all came together at an invitation-only screening at the UA King of Prussia (Pa.) IMAX-RPX theater on Saturday, January 20. DREAM BIG, made by MacGillivray Freeman Films in partnership with the American Society of Civil Engineers and Bechtel Corporation, reveals how engineers have changed both everyday lives and entire societies. The 40-minute film wowed the all-ages audience of 300 people with engineering innovations past, present and future, and made a compelling case for advancing STEM education for the good of the planet.