Celebrate Innovation at the MakeSTEAMQ Student Showcase!

We are thrilled to announce the MakeSTEAMQ Student Showcase, a vibrant celebration of creativity and innovation, taking place at the Rosenthal Library, Room 230 Rotunda. This exciting event will kick off with a reception on May 15th at 12:15 PM and will be viewable through June 1st.

About MakeSTEAMQ

MakeSTEAMQ is a National Science Foundation-funded project aimed at revolutionizing student learning outcomes. By integrating making and design-thinking into the core curriculum, MakeSTEAMQ empowers students to think creatively and critically. Faculty Fellows within the program are dedicated to developing assignments that promote open experimentation and innovation, placing a strong emphasis on student-led classrooms.

Event Highlights

Reception: May 15th @ 12:15 PM

  • Join us for the opening reception during free hour to experience the showcase.
  • Engage with the innovative projects and meet the brilliant minds behind them.
  • Student projects from Creative Coding, Data Visualization and Physical Computing will be on display.

Viewable Through June 1st

  • The showcase will be open for viewing until June 1st, giving you ample time to explore the various projects at your convenience.

Why You Should Attend

The MakeSTEAMQ Student Showcase is a must-attend event for anyone passionate about education, innovation, and student-led learning. Here are just a few reasons why you should mark your calendar:

  • Inspiration: Discover groundbreaking projects that highlight the power of making and design-thinking in education.
  • Networking: Connect with educators, students, and industry professionals who share a passion for innovative learning.
  • Support: Show your support for student creativity and the importance of hands-on, experimental learning environments.

Venue Information

Location: Rosenthal Library, Room 230 Rotunda (Downstairs from Library Cafe)