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STEM Cubs sees record-setting attendance

STEM Cubs sees record-setting attendance

Last weekend, Lafferre Hall played host to 120+ students for the third edition of STEM Cubs, the free engineering day camp that illustrates the importance of exploratory and experiential learning in science, technology, engineering and math for students from kindergarten through fifth grade.  

Daughter Engineering Day showcases STEM to young women

Daughter Engineering Day showcases STEM to young women

The goal of the event is to showcase the field of engineering and science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) careers to girls in grades six through nine and their parents. Women are typically underrepresented in engineering careers, and events such as Daughter Engineering Day seek to help grow the number of women in the field by developing an early interest.

Building robots, building the future

Building robots, building the future

Hosted by MU’s Neural Engineering Laboratory, the 13th annual Robotics Design Challenge welcomed 325 participating K-8th graders to test the robots they had spent months creating.

Building a FIRST-class organization

Building a FIRST-class organization

A Mizzou Engineer major recently founded an organization to mentor students participating in FIRST Robotics, which builds youth interest in STEM education.

Special visit helps build upon young girl’s love of engineering

Special visit helps build upon young girl’s love of engineering

It’s not unexpected around Lafferre Hall to hear engineering students discussing mathematical theories, various inventions and great scientific and mathematical minds such as Albert Einstein, Thomas Edison and Leonhard Euler. But it’s not every day you hear those conversations coming from a 9 year old guest.

Teaching children well

Teaching children well

The first edition of the STEM Cubs Summer Camp took place on July 8 at the University of Missouri. Participants had the opportunity to work on engaging hands-on activities, including designing a skateboard ramp, building string phones and developing methods to help small animals safely cross the street.

Dozens flock to MU Engineering High School Summer Camp

Dozens flock to MU Engineering High School Summer Camp

The students — many from Missouri but some from as far away as Washington — heard presentations from each of the College’s departments and worked on hands-on projects designed to give students a taste of what each discipline specializes in.

Grooming future generations

Grooming future generations

The MU College of Engineering’s drive to educate future generations of engineering leaders isn’t contained solely to college students. Maria Fidalgo’s lab has been giving students from Rock Bridge High School in Columbia the chance to work on meaningful environmental engineering projects for the last three years.

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