Fall 2016 – Archive
Freaky Fridays is a free STEM outreach program for 3rd – 5th grade students. The workshops are based around
engaging, exciting, and innovative weekly hands-on STEM activities.
Read about upcoming Freaky Fridays here!
Freaky Fridays is back, and better than ever!
Freaky Fridays is a STEM outreach after school program that will be opened to students in grades third through fifth. The workshops will be capped at 20 students per week. Freaky Fridays is hosted to provide a fun after school program for students to get involved, at NMSU as well as in the Aggie innovation space. This gives these students the opportunity to expand their knowledge, and start getting introduce to different concepts that can help them in their futures. Some of these concepts are used to introduce them to the different engineering disciplines, as well as to other STEM related skills. All of the Freaky Friday activities are hands on and allow the students to engage in an immersive and educational experience.
For more details, see below!
Register at: freakyfridays1.eventbrite.com
Egg Drop Experiment: Design a container to protect a egg from cracking when dropped from tremendous heights!
Register by clicking here!
Bridge Building Experiment: Come learn how to design a strong and innovative model bridge!
(Check back to register on 13 Nov 2016, 12:00 PM)