ASU’s College of Technology and Innovation to host Science & Engineering Festival

The College of Technology and Innovation (CTI) at ASU’s Polytechnic campus will host a Science & Engineering Festival on Friday, February 22, 2013, in collaboration with the 2013 Arizona SciTech Festival.
CTI is looking for community groups, clubs, schools, companies and individuals to be a part of the Science & Engineering Festival to engage and excite students in grades six through twelve and their families about doing, making and exploring science and engineering first-hand. The College is looking for booths and exhibitors that will feature science and/or engineering in a fun and interactive way, running the gamut from educational and entertaining to purely whimsical. There is no cost to participate and the deadline to register for a booth is Tuesday, January 29. Please contact Jackie Terry at 480-727-2335 or visit http://tinyurl.com/ccsc73p for more details.
The Science & Engineering Festival at CTI is a signature event in collaboration with the 2013 Arizona SciTech Festival and takes place during Engineers Week Phoenix and will host more than 1,000 middle school and high school students, teachers and faculty. The event is an opportunity for students, organizations, clubs andgroups to share their research, ideas and love of science and engineering with the community. Local food trucks, entertainment, summer camp previews, hands-on STEM activities will help to create a day that celebrates the power of imagination, invention and exploration.

Event information
Friday, February 22, 2013

9 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.        Field trips for grads 6-12
activities include a STEM scavenger hunt and exhibits, hands-on STEM activities and workshops, and campus tours

5 p.m. to 8 p.m.            Family Festival for all ages
hands-on activities and demonstrations, interactive STEM booths, food trucks, entertainment, etc

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