Saturday, February 3, 2018, 8 a.m.–1 p.m.

Posted by: University Libraries

                              STEM Day at APU

                        (formerly STEM/Nova Day)

                  "Inspiring Wonder Through STEM"

                     Saturday, February 3rd, 2018

Azusa Pacific University to host the 5th annual STEM Day at APU (formerly STEM/Nova Day). 

Registration opened October 1, 2017:

More information available on the website or Facebook page.

What is STEM Day at APU?

The University Libraries' Educational Programming department and Center for Research in Science partner annually to host an educational event for Boy Scouts. As of 2017, it was opened to Girl Scouts for the first time. Beginning with the 2018 event, it is now open to anyone in grades 1-12, including those who are not Scouts. ​

Attendees enjoy sessions filled with STEM instruction and hands-on activities taught by APU professors and university students from various departments, representatives from the San Gabriel Nature Conservancy, and instructors from Barnabas Robotics​.

The activities utilize APU's state-of-the-art equipment for classes such as Moviemaking, Geology, Animation, Robotics, Engineering, and more! Classes offered may change from year to year.

The classes are designed to help meet the requirements for Boy Scout and Girl Scout badges, but non-Scouts who are interested are also more than welcome to attend and enjoy engaging STEM instruction. 


Related links:

Facebook page
Center for Research in Science

For more information, contact: