STEM Day at APU

Join us on Saturday, February 2, 2019 for “Deciphering the Secrets of STEM.” This coming year’s attendees will take on the role of secret agents or spies in training as they learn about science, technology, engineering, and math.

Registration

Register online now until December 31, 2018

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View a full list of classes and descriptions as well as Boy Scout and Girl Scout badges for which the classes will meet many of the requirements.

What is STEM Day​ ​​at APU?

Sponsored by the University Libraries’ Educational Programming and the Center for Research in Science, 1st-12th grade students from throughout southern California attend a day of exciting classes on a variety of STEM topics, taught by APU professors and students and other experts in their fields. Classes are structured to help Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts meet many of the requirements for their badges, but all students are welcome and will enjoy the rich learning experience in a fun, hands-on environment utilizing APU’s state-of-the-art equipment.

Exact classes offered vary from year to year but may include topics such as geology, engineering, cinematography, animation, and robotics.

Each year, attendees receive a special event T-shirt and patch.

Special thanks to the APU faculty, staff, and students who volunteer their time to teach and assist! We also thank the experts from the San Gabriel Mountains Regional Conservancy, the RailGiants Train Museum, and Barnabas Robotics.