Registration is now open!
Examples of EXPO competitions include:
- Static Electricity Soda Can Dash - Students will race pop cans using electric forces from charged balloons!
- Tie Dye Pendulum - Teachers can decorate their classrooms with a unique painting made by their students and the earth’s gravity acting on a pendulum!
Catapult Challenge- With the goal of heaving a projectile the furthest, students will create catapults from scratch!
Engineering students and student organizations will be displaying their engineering projects at EXPO to present new and innovative ideas and encourage prospective students to pursue majors in science, math, and engineering. Many Fortune 500 companies also attend to demonstrate the latest technology in the industry; and keynote presentations from speakers on- and off- campus will take place throughout EXPO as well. Bubble Wonders and The Wonders of Physics are sure to be popular attractions at EXPO 2015!
EXPO 2015 will be held from 9:00 AM until 4:00 PM Thursday and Friday; and 9:00 AM until 2:00 PM on Saturday. Schools may choose any day to attend; however, target populations for each day are as follows:
Elementary and Middle School Students: Thursday, April 16th
Middle School and High School Students: Friday, April 17th
Tickets for EXPO 2015 are $5 per person. Teachers and chaperones are free. We will have a NEW registration process for schools attending EXPO this year, so stay tuned for more information. School registration will begin soon.
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Please contact me with any questions or concerns that you may have via email at email@example.com.
We hope to see you at Engineering EXPO 2015!
Carlton Fischer –School Outreach Chair