Unleash your inner scientist at UNCG’s second annual Science Everywhere festival, on Saturday, April 22, from 12-4 p.m.
Children and youth of all ages will be able to explore more than 70 exhibits and dozens of hands-on activities across UNCG’s campus. Young scientists can enjoy a show in the planetarium, use ground penetrating radar to see what lies beneath their feet, make a DNA necklace, geocache across campus, launch paper rockets and build with a life-size tinker set. The Joint School of Nanoscience and Nanoengineering’s Nanobus will make an appearance, as well as live K-9s, reptiles and amphibians.
An official North Carolina Science Festival event, Science Everywhere is hosted by UNCG’s Research and Instruction in STEM Education (RISE) Network and the School of Education.
Slideshow from 2016:
|Triad Today interview about Science Everywhere:||Becoming Science Teachers:
A special thank you to these organizations whose generous support helped us spread the message that science is everywhere: