WOMEN IN ENGINEERING Events
Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day
Saturday February 25, 2017
- Who: 4th -8th graders (Students must attend with a chaperone, 1 chaperone to 5 student maximum)
- What: Attendees will get the opportunity to rotate through 5 different hands-on Engineering activities led by students, graduate students, and faculty. The format will be similar to an Open House. You get to pick what you want to see!
- Activities tentatively include: Scratch programming, Biometrics, Solar Energy, Single crystals in nature and technology, Human-to-human neural interfacing, Building a circuit, Building a wind turbine, Environmental waterway recovery, Biomedical hand, Intro to soft robotics, Building atomic structures on computers, etc.
- When: Check-in 12:30-1:00pm (1345 Engineering Building)
- Program: 1:00-4:00pm
- Where: Activities will take place in the MSU Engineering and Anthony Hall buildings
- Cost: FREE
- Sponsored by Ford Motor Co.
- Registration is closed. We have reached maximum capacity.
Registration is required. Registration Deadline is Feb. 1, 2017 or until maximum capacity is reached.
For questions or concerns contact us via email or phone:
Phone: (517) 432-1273
E-mail: WIE-Outreach@egr.msu.edu, Subject: Introduce a Girl to Engineering
Spartan Girls in Engineering Summer Camp
Who: 4th-8th graders in Fall 2017
Commuter: Session 1: June 19-23, 1/2 day, 8am-Noon, (4th-5th graders in FAll 2017)
Commuter: Session 2: June 26-30, 1/2 day, 8am-Noon (6th-8th graders in Fall 2017)
What: Exposure to engineering through hands-on activities learning from engineering faculty and professionals. Learn how engineering makes a difference in our world and plays a key role in every aspect of our lives.
Lady Spartans: Women in Engineering High School Summer Camp
Who: 9th-12th grade in Fall 2017
Residential: July 16-20
Commuter: July 17-20, full day
What: Engage in group projects and learn about the various disciplines of engineering. Tour some of MSU's top labs and facilities (such as MSU's Cyclotron) and meet women role models for your future professional career.
Cost: Residential, July 16-20, Cost: $800
Commuter, July 17-20, Cost: $400
Girls' STEM Day
Who: K-4th graders
When: Fall 2017
What: Hands-on activities in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math
Registration coming Fall 2017