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Mother & Daughter Engineering Day

A mother and daughter examine the daughter's gumdrop tower during the 2015 Mother and Daughter Engineering Day

Details

  • April 23, 2016
  • 8 a.m.-3:30 p.m.
  • Cost: FREE (Limited to 30 Registrations)
  • Grades: Current Sixth-Ninth grade females and their mother or female guardian

Goals of the event

  • Increase awareness in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) initiatives
  • Expose middle school females to careers and possibilities in the world of engineering
  • Educate parents and families on opportunities in engineering for their children

What you’ll do

  • Hands-on activities with members of the Society of Women Engineers and female faculty members
  • Lunch with current female students
  • Special alumni speakers and guests
  • Mizzou Rec Center activities and a field trip to the campus bookstore.

Questions?

Contact Bari Bates at brbgxb@mail.missouri.edu.

Register

After you submit the form, you will receive a confirmation email that you must print, sign and mail to the College of Engineering in order to complete your registration.
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