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College of Engineering prepares for return of Engineering and Science Festival, seeking exhibitors and volunteers

The Engineering and Science Festival will return in 2024, the Boise State College of Engineering announced. The STEM festival has become a hallmark event of the college since its debut in 2005. The event is free and open to the public. All are welcome to join for a day of engaging activities, exhibits and demonstrations.

Scheduled to take place on Feb. 3, 2024, on the Boise State campus, the 17th Engineering and Science Festival provides engaging experiences for all ages. Attendees can look forward to an exciting lineup of hands-on experiments, interactive displays and inspiring presentations that showcase the wonders of STEM.

“We are thrilled for the return of the Engineering and Science Festival. This in-person event is a fantastic opportunity for our community to experience the excitement of STEM, potentially for the first time,” College of Engineering Dean JoAnn S. Lighty said. “With the support of our industry partners and the Boise State community, we look forward to inspiring a new generation of innovators and problem-solvers.”

The event features a diverse range of exhibits and activities, including robotics, circuitry, virtual reality, 3D printing and expert-led presentations of various scientific and engineering disciplines. With various hands-on experiences, the festival provides the ability for attendees to ignite curiosity and spark interest in STEM fields.

Visit the Engineering and Science Festival website for more information or email additional questions to

Looking for volunteer opportunities? The College of Engineering is seeking volunteers for the upcoming festival. 

Volunteer Information

Want to host a hands-on activity? The College of Engineering is seeking facilitators to engage with attendees. 

Facilitator Participation