The Center for Initiatives in STEM (iSTEM) is thrilled to announce that the next STEM Day will be held on Friday, October 26, 2018 at the University of Central Florida. iSTEM would like to invite your class to come and explore the exciting fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) through demonstrations, activities, speakers, and exhibits designed and led by our own faculty and students. STEM Day is a FREE event for all grade levels with a wide variety of engaging activities designed for K-12 students. Events will begin promptly at 10:30am and run through 2:30pm.
Event Flyer: Fall STEM Day 2018
Pre-register for STEM Day by clicking the link below. Please know that the event is limited to up to 1,500 participants. We will accept class registrations space-permitting on a first-come basis. Acceptances will be confirmed with teachers so they may proceed with transportation arrangements and select their schedules for the day. Preference will be given to schools that have not previously attended STEM Day. Important: Multiple classes from the same school are welcome, however, each teacher is responsible for registering their own class.
Registration Link: Pre-registration will open on Tuesday, September 18th at 8:30am. Please continue to check our website for updates.
Things to Know:
- All sessions will begin promptly at 10:30am.
- Bring a bagged lunch or visit the Student Union for a variety of dining options.
- It is impossible to do everything in one day. Attendees will pre-select a schedule of activities for the day!
STEM Day is a public event. Media will be present and students may be included in still and video images representing the event.
iSTEM would like to thank everyone in the UCF community that agreed to participate in STEM Day. The event would not be possible without their support! Click here for a list of sponsors, supporters and presenters.
Participants must register for events prior to attending STEM Day. Those pre-registered and confirmed for the event will be sent a password for accessing the site.