NCCU STEM Day

NCCU STEM Day

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WHEN

4/20 (Saturday)
from 9:00am - 12:00pm
2019-04-20 13:00:002019-04-20 16:00:00America/New_YorkNCCU STEM DayNorth Carolina Central University (NCCU) and Hayti Heritage Center will partner together to host NCCU STEM Day: Celebrating the Science of Music. This program will expose students to science, technology (robotics) and music. Our overall goal is to create a more scientifically curious and literate society, focusing on science of music. This workshop will provide an interdisciplinary, practical example of science in our daily life, as well as the development of critical and logical thinking skills. Participants will learn how to characterize the science of music by measuring the properties of the sound waves. Local industry leaders, faculty and students from NCCU will host the various sessions, all working together to increase the number of youth who are motivated and prepared to pursue a college degree in STEM. 804 Old Fayetteville St, Durham, NC 27701

WHERE

Hayti Heritage Center
804 Old Fayetteville St
Durham, NC 27701

AUDIENCE

Middle School Students

ADMISSION

FREE

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ABOUT THIS EVENT

North Carolina Central University (NCCU) and Hayti Heritage Center will partner together to host NCCU STEM Day: Celebrating the Science of Music. This program will expose students to science, technology (robotics) and music. Our overall goal is to create a more scientifically curious and literate society, focusing on science of music. This workshop will provide an interdisciplinary, practical example of science in our daily life, as well as the development of critical and logical thinking skills. Participants will learn how to characterize the science of music by measuring the properties of the sound waves. Local industry leaders, faculty and students from NCCU will host the various sessions, all working together to increase the number of youth who are motivated and prepared to pursue a college degree in STEM.

AUDIENCE

Middle School Students

ADMISSION

FREE!

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Matthew White