Chemistry - Create an Awesome Reaction
Cool hands-on chemistry experiments with things from the kitchen. Have fun experimenting and doing experiments to investigate the chemistry of items found in everyday life.
Concordia College - Chemistry Department
Take a Look Under the Surface
Take a look under the surface of the water and explore what makes a good aquatic habitat. Students will have the opportunity to determine what makes a good habitat for aquatic plants and animals, identify and preserve their own underwater insect, make predictions of habitats and play a round of aquatic detective!
ND Game and Fish
Furs and Fun
Students will learn about animals that are found in ND along with handling the animal’s fur. Students will also cast molds of animal tracks and they will be able to take the tracks home.
North Dakota Game and Fish
How can you walk on that?!?
Sometimes the ground is too soft for anyone to travel across. Engineers have ways to stabilize the ground so work can begin.
Braun Intertec Corporation
Where does Water Come From?!?
Treat water by using everyday items you can find at home
Jeff Douty and Isaac Rost
You are in for a tree-t! Learn how foresters identify, measure, manage, and use trees!
*Knock on wood for good weather; if conditions allow, students should be prepared to conduct some activities outdoors.
North Dakota Forest Service
Students will attempt to transport as many pieces of cargo (weights) as possible via paper cargo airplanes across a specified distance. They will investigate how the weight and distribution of cargo impacts the flight of the airplane.
Dustin Scheer, Shawn Hasbargen, Gourav Braj, and Alexandra Kliche
SOS: Save our Soils!
Learn about Soil Textures and ways to protect it. Create a Conservation plan with better management practices.
Dustin Krueger and Darin Hirschkorn
Concordia College - Chemistry Department
Cyber Madness, Cyberstart America, CyberPatriot, and more!
Come learn about Cybersecurity and IT opportunities that begin with fun, engaging and problem-solving activities. Cybersecurity has millions of vacancies worldwide. Today the field offers remote work, continuing education, well paid, and many employers hire before college education is complete. In fact, there are many pathways to get into the field.
Virtual Reality: Making a Career Out of Things that aren't Quite Real
Come and explore a wide variety of careers through VR! Immerse yourself in virtual reality to discover new and exciting career options that interest you!
Steve Deziel and Shannon Blomker
NDIT | Edutech
Astronauts recycle their waste water into drinking water. This session the student will design and build their own water purification system.
ND Department of Water Resources
Become a Micro:bit Maker!
Tap into your inner creativity by designing and making games that you can play with your friends! You’ll use a tiny computer called a micro:bit that let’s you make all kinds of fun projects – games, musical instruments, wearable accessories, and more. You’ll get to keep a micro:bit so that you can design and make projects on your own.
OT's put the 'fun' in Function!
Experience what it’s like to have a disability and to use adaptive equipment to help you with everyday things we take for granted. Maneuver a wheelchair around a room, put on socks or button a shirt, use adapted equipment to help you with your meals, communicate without your voice and try your hand at switches.
The Anne Carlsen Center
Students will have hands-on activities with circuitry kits helping them understand how electricity works and how it can be used to make our lives better.
Sulinke Van Den Berg
UJ Education Department - Students
To Catch a Criminal you run but you can't hide! (CSI)
Workshop will cover the basic of forensic evidence gathering used by Law Enforcement such as fingerprints and DNA.
Leroy Gross, Sid Mann, and Ryan Goff
Jamestown Police Department
Windy City Tower
Make a paper tower that can withstand as much wind as possible, without sliding or toppling over
Yaping Chi and Alexa Ducioame
Ur-ine for a Diagnosis
Urine - Who knew! Urine is used as a tool to aid in the diagnosis of numerous health conditions. Test a variety of urines to determine which patient has diabetes, liver failure, ... and much more!
Bismarck State College
Take Micro:bits to the next level!
Have you used micro:bits before to design and make projects? If so, this session is for you! In this session, you will continue to grow your creativity, design, and coding skills so that you can make all kinds of fun micro:bit projects - games, musical instruments, wearable accessories, and more.