History

Up until 2015, Engineering EXPO has been a three-day event held every two years but is now an annual event that welcomes a wide array of participants and visitors. Participants at EXPO include Fortune 500 industry leaders, engineering student organizations on campus, individuals displaying their engineering projects and ideas, and thousands of students and members of the community.

Over the two days of EXPO, elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools are invited to explore what engineering involves. Each day the event is open to the public and we encourage public engagement throughout the event.

In 2020, Engineering EXPO was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Engineering 2021 has been adapted to an online format to still allow thousands of students to learn about engineering.

EXPO is run entirely by students and has historically brought over 5,000 visitors to campus each year. Watch the video to the left to see what EXPO is like when hosted on campus.

Watch the video to the right to see student organizations engaging with students to explore concepts of engineering at EXPO.