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We are currently planning for the 2020 event. Take a look at what we offered last year to our students!

Available 2 sessions

Learn about technologically advanced products for military and commercial aircraft.  See 3D printing, computer-aided design software and full-scale mock up of the cargo system in 777 freighter plane.

Collins Aerospace

Lead By:

Jack Heichel & Zach Meyer

Flying High at Collins

1, two session class available

How would you like to amaze your friends by flipping a coin without actually using a coin? Or, challenge your family to a game of rock-paper-scissors without using any hand gestures? Come join us to learn how you can harness the magic of a small device called a micro:bit by programming it to make fun games and other awe-inspiring creations.

Microsoft

Lead By:

Nicole Haugen, Karri Mitchell, Michael Simons, Dan Seefeldt, Dan Leeaphon & Alena Antipova

Micro:bit Magic

All Sessions Available

Experience what happens when you mix various ingredients.  Be sure to measure correctly, or you might get covered in elephant toothpaste!

The Medicine Shoppe

Lead By:

Matt Perkins

Elephant Toothpaste

All Sessions Available

How is electricity made? Learn the sources of electric power generation we rely on, and what it takes to power our lives.

Bismarck State College

Lead By:

Kyren Miller & Greg Lugar

Energy to Fuel your Future

All Sessions Available

Learn about numerous ND animals and feel the pelts of the animals.  Plus, get the chance to make tracks in the dirt of various animals.

ND Game and Fish Department

Lead By:

Jim Job

Furs and Fun

All Sessions Available

 Health care professionals today use a wide variety of technological tools to provide safe and effective care to their patients. Come explore the simulation lab and learn about how technology is used to train nursing professionals.

University of Jamestown - Nursing Dept

Lead By:

Sheri Gunderson

The Great and Powerful Oz

All Sessions Available

Learn about automotive technology and car maintenance with hands on stations.  

James Valley CTC

Lead By:

Jason Howcroft

Start your Engine

All Sessions Available

Chemical reactions happen all around us. In this workshop we will create cool chemistry experiments with items found in the kitchen. While also investigating the chemistry of items found in everyday life.

Concordia College

Lead By:

Graeme Wylie

Chemistry - Expect & Awesome Reaction...

All Sessions Available

Work in teams to design a landing system to safely bring "egg-stronauts" to the Moon. We will work with a budget & complete the engineering design process just like they do at NASA! Come celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing with this fun hands-on activity. 

ND Space Grant Consortium & ND NASA EPSCoR

Lead By:

Marissa Saad

Design your own Lunar Lander!

All Sessions Available

 Design and build an efficient race-car as a team from highly customizated supplies.  Will your team's car win the race? 

University of Jamestown - Mechanical Engineering Department

Lead By:

Hosein Baboly & Sumith Yesudasan

Aerodynamic Race Cars

All Sessions Available

3D printing technology has evolved into one of the most vital tools used in today’s manufacturing industry. During this workshop we will take a hands-on approach to exploring the most up-to-date additive manufacturing technologies used by the most successful businesses around the world.

John Deere

Lead By:

Dan Ross, Lisa Lund & Jason Pecka

Additive Manufacturing: The Rise of 3D Printing

All Sessions Available

Learn how greenhouse gases get trapped in wetlands, and how scientists measure them.  Conduct hands-on experiments to compare gases in different liquids using a gas analyzer.

USGS

Lead By:

Jacob Meier, Olivia Johnson & Sheel Bansal

Pop to Pond Water

All Sessions Available

Students will work in pairs to build a table-top catapult to throw a marshmallow. The engineering design process will be used to perfect catapults as teams test and
improve their designs. Teams will demonstrate and compete for distance or accuracy.

NDSCS - STEM

Lead By:

Cheryl Brown

Catapult into STEM!

All Sessions Available

Working in teams, you will build a bridge with the materials provided. We'll then test your bridge to see whose design can support the most weight!

KLJ Engineering & Planning Services

Lead By:

Michael Strom & Bryan Tykwinski

Bridge the Gap

All Sessions Available

Together we will take a look at water supply infrastructure, and how it gets to your faucet.  Then we will complete a lab experiment  to build your own water filtration system.

Interstate Engineers

Lead By:

Wade Senger & Ben Aasesth

Where does your Water come from?

All Sessions Available

A computer based activity on Google's CS first platform and three unplugged activities that bring coding to life through games and interaction.

North Dakota State University - Extension Services

Lead By:

Christina Rittenbach & Alicia Harstad

Code Your World

All Sessions Available

Your team has started to climb Mount Everest!  One of the Sherpa guides warns you that this is one of the most dangerous legs of the trek because you must pass through the Khumbu Icefall. Just as the Sherpa had cautioned, about 1 hour into your climb, You come to a massive crevasse. The shortest path across the crevasse. WHAT do you do?

Jamestown Middle School

Lead By:

Ben Elder

Crevasse Crisis!

All Sessions Available

Experience what it is like to be a lineman for the day by completing  tasks associated with being a power line professional.

Ottertail Power Company

Lead By:

Clayton Hillstrom, Casey Harkness & John Powers

Lineman for a Day

All Sessions Available

Will you become a millionaire?   Bankers know how.  Improve your Financial literacy (the ability to manage one's income wisely and make intelligent long-term monetary decisions)

Kari Knecht & Alexis Young

Lead By:

Unison Bank Staff

How to become a Millionaire?