Engineers Week Community Night
Community Night is your opportunity to experience fun, hands-on learning. From aerospace engineering to water research, and electric cars to robots, there’s something for everyone. Bring the entire family!
- What: This is your opportunity to experience fun, hands-on learning. Kids Korner, Egg Drop, Ice Cream and more - there's something for everyone so bring the entire family!
- When: Thursday, Feb 23 at 6:00pm.
- Where: Taggart Student Center Sunburst Lounge
Electrical engineering topics and wireless charging demos.
Name: Conner Sabin
Poster board about natrium reactor and marble board game to show chain reaction.
Name: Rachel Norris
Learn how USU is leading change in engineering education.
Name: Jack Elliott
Explore 3D-printed model cars, planes, and more.
Name: Zack Fraser
Yes, they float! See USU's concrete canoe and race your own vessel.
Design and build unique paper airplanes.
Name: Ashton Gilbert
See fluid dynamic vortex rings.
Name: Isabella Corey
See how we build water filters to make the world healthier for everyone.
Name: Jared Wallace
See our latest CubeSat projects. Did you know NASA sends student-built experiments into space?
Name: Bella Nielsen
You've heard of walking on water, but have you ever walked on oobleck?
Name: Eric Matthews
Snap circuits, salt water circuits, and other electrical demonstrations.
Name: Jonah Black
Explore model rockets and learn about our exciting club.
Name: Zachary Foster
Buckle up! Join us in exploring USU's off-road buggy program.
Name: Peter Nelson
Visit our booth for a fun tensegrity building activity.
Name: Gavin Morgenegg
Jell-O Earthquake simulation with marshmallow and toothpick structures.
Name: Elise Barton
How much weight can your spaghetti and gum drop bridge hold?
Name: Jake Rowlan
See how USU engineering students are pushing new boundaries in space-science technology.
Name: Andre Buval
Explore how USU scientists and engineers are improving global water supplies.
Name: Carri Richards