Do you want to design your own gadget, learn to code, discover new mathematical ideas, investigate scientific questions, become an entrepreneur, or learn skills that will help you to be creative in STEM fields? Would you like help planning a great Science, Technology, Engineering or Math Fair Project or developing your own toy or game?
Past projects have included: designing / 3-D printing / soldering / assembling a toy motor boat; programming micro:bits; assembling digital electronics components to create a device that can add in binary; designing and wiring an electrical toy that can help a student practice multiplication facts; making artificial snow; programming an Arduino pong game; investigating kinetic and potential energy, and the mathematics of flexagons.
The STEM Studio program meets from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Sibley Center.
STEM Studio is open to all students in 4th through 8th grade and is free of charge.
STEM Studio is a joint project of the Sibley Center and Riverbend Community Math Center.
STEM Studio is supported in part by the Center for Mathematics at Notre Dame with the help of a recent award from the provost's Moment to See, Courage to Act initiative.