Engineering is Everywhere: OSU-Tulsa event makes STEM fun for everyone
The OSU College of Engineering, Architecture and Technology (CEAT) is hosting a free STEM fair for the whole family at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa on Dec. 5 from 4:30 to 7 p.m.
"Deck the Halls with STEM," which is part of series of “Engineering is Everywhere” STEM events, will take place in the Main Hall Commons on the OSU-Tulsa campus.
Families and students of all ages can experience a wide variety of fun and festive science, technology, engineering and mathematics activities and demonstrations that let participants dive headfirst into the world of STEM.
“Our goal is to encourage communities in realizing that ‘Engineering is Everywhere’,” said Brandy Mays, STEM K-12 outreach operations manager for CEAT. “Hopefully by enjoying some fun STEM activities it will allow a spark of interest to build in students, so they think about pursuing a STEM career in the future.”
Those who attend are invited to build their own solar ovens, rubber band and balloon powered vehicles, and learn about chemical engineering through lava lamps and lip gloss. Robotics, snap circuits, aerospace and architecture activities will also be featured at the event. Demonstrations and activities will run throughout the event, with no scheduled times for each.
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