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Engineering and Science Festival

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Engineering and Science Festival

The Engineering and Science Festival is a free event for K-12 students and their families. Check out a range of exhibits and activities including: robotics, circuitry, chemistry, 3D printing, and expert-led presentations by various scientific and engineering disciplines. With various hands-on experiences, the festival is meant to ignite curiosity and spark interest in STEM fields.

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Example Schedule from the Festival in February 2024

The Engineering and Science Festival has opportunities to check out hands-on STEM and creative activities across campus. Welcome Stations are typically located on the first floors of the Student Union, Bronco Gym, and the Micron Center for Materials Research where attendees can register in-person, grab printed programs, and ask for directions.

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The following table shows a brief overview of the 2024 schedule:

10:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.Check-in at one of our Welcome Stations:
- Student Union Building - 1st Floor Atrium
- Bronco Gym (Kinesiology Building)
- Micron Center for Materials Research
Various Times1 hour presentations in the Simplot Ballroom (2nd floor, Student Union Building) all ages:
10:30-11:30 a.m.Dean of the College of Engineering, Dr. JoAnn Lighty | Welcome to Engineering
12:00 - 1:00 p.m.David Rush | Growth Mindset and STEM
1:30-2:30 p.m. Brian Jackson: Distant Worlds - Astronomy Research and Citizen Science at Boise State