Case Closed: Solving Crime through Science and Technology

Case Closed: Solving Crime through Science and Technology

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4/2 (Thursday)
from 9:00am - 1:00pm
2020-04-02 13:00:002020-04-02 17:00:00America/New_YorkCase Closed: Solving Crime through Science and Technology The College of Science and Technology at North Carolina A&T State University is organizing a two-day event designed to inspire North Carolina students in grades 6-12 to explore and pursue degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Students will be exposed to the way STEM techniques are used in forensic investigations. Students will rotate through discipline-specific activities, spending approximately 30 minutes at each station. CoST faculty, as well as members of our different student organizations, will facilitate the activities. The participating student organizations include Chemistry Club, American Meteorological Society, Associated Building Contractors-ABC, Beta Beta Beta Biological Honors Society, Construction Managers Association of America, Minority Association for Pre-Med/Health Students, National Association of Home Builders, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Society of Physics Students, Undergraduate Student National Dental Association, and Women in Science & Technology. This event was made possible in part thanks to support from the University of North Carolina System through the UNC Challenge Grant program. 1601 E. Market St., Greensboro, NC 27411
4/3 (Friday)
from 9:00am - 1:00pm
2020-04-03 13:00:002020-04-03 17:00:00America/New_YorkCase Closed: Solving Crime through Science and Technology The College of Science and Technology at North Carolina A&T State University is organizing a two-day event designed to inspire North Carolina students in grades 6-12 to explore and pursue degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Students will be exposed to the way STEM techniques are used in forensic investigations. Students will rotate through discipline-specific activities, spending approximately 30 minutes at each station. CoST faculty, as well as members of our different student organizations, will facilitate the activities. The participating student organizations include Chemistry Club, American Meteorological Society, Associated Building Contractors-ABC, Beta Beta Beta Biological Honors Society, Construction Managers Association of America, Minority Association for Pre-Med/Health Students, National Association of Home Builders, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Society of Physics Students, Undergraduate Student National Dental Association, and Women in Science & Technology. This event was made possible in part thanks to support from the University of North Carolina System through the UNC Challenge Grant program. 1601 E. Market St., Greensboro, NC 27411

WHERE

NC A&T State Univ. - College of Science and Technology - New Sci. Building
1601 E. Market St.
Greensboro, NC 27411

AUDIENCE

Teens from 6th to 12th Grade

ADMISSION

FREE

ABOUT THIS EVENT

The College of Science and Technology at North Carolina A&T State University is organizing a two-day event designed to inspire North Carolina students in grades 6-12 to explore and pursue degrees in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM). Students will be exposed to the way STEM techniques are used in forensic investigations. Students will rotate through discipline-specific activities, spending approximately 30 minutes at each station. CoST faculty, as well as members of our different student organizations, will facilitate the activities. The participating student organizations include Chemistry Club, American Meteorological Society, Associated Building Contractors-ABC, Beta Beta Beta Biological Honors Society, Construction Managers Association of America, Minority Association for Pre-Med/Health Students, National Association of Home Builders, Society of Manufacturing Engineers, Society of Physics Students, Undergraduate Student National Dental Association, and Women in Science & Technology.

This event was made possible in part thanks to support from the University of North Carolina System through the UNC Challenge Grant program.

AUDIENCE

Teens from 6th to 12th Grade

ADMISSION

FREE!