K-12 Events - Mizzou Engineering

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Meet Mizzou Engineering: K-12 Events

Get a head start on your engineering education! Mizzou Engineering offers a variety of experiences for kindergarten through high school students who are interested in exploring the field and want to experience life as a Mizzou Engineer.

Current Camps

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Hacker Tracker Cyber Security Camp

Want to play detective and investigate cyber attacks? Interested in learning tools and coding to detect attacks? Want to develop cool visualizations to track cyber attacks? If so, join us for the Hacker Tracker Cyber Security Camp! Available in-person, the camp is open to students in grades 6-12. For more information, click here.

Dates: July 25-27, 2022
Cost: $300 (includes meals)
Registration deadline: July 15, 2022
Registration: In-Person

Recurring Events

High School Day

High School Day is an all-day event for students in grades 9-12 to explore programs and opportunities at Mizzou Engineering. You’ll meet faculty and current students and will explore the different disciplines we offer. Through demonstrations and activities, you’ll have the opportunity to think critically and solve problems using engineering principles. The event also features a breakfast with the Dean, lunch with current engineering students and dinner with new friends.

Daughter Day

Girls in grades 6-9 and a parent or guardian are invited to attend the Women in Engineering’s annual Daughter Day at Mizzou Engineering. Girls and their guests will learn about career opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), participate in hands-on engineering activities, interact with members of Alpha Omega Epsilon, Society of Women Engineers and meet our faculty.

Past Camps

FLO (Fluid Dynamics Learning Opportunities) Camp

Engage with University of Missouri College of Engineering student organizations and participate in hands-on experiments at FLO Camp, sponsored by the National Science Foundation. A full day, in-person camp, participants will tour state of the art labs involving heat transfer and fluid mechanics while learning about the College of Engineering.