The Engineering and Science Festival is returning to Boise State College of Engineering in 2024, promising a day of engaging activities, exhibits, and demonstrations for all. Scheduled for Feb. 3, 2024 on the campus, the 17th Engineering and Science Festival is designed to provide immersive experiences for attendees of all ages.
The festival will feature a diverse range of exhibits and activities, including robotics, circuitry, virtual reality, 3D printing, and expert-led presentations of various scientific and engineering disciplines. With various hands-on experiences, the festival aims to ignite curiosity and spark interest in STEM fields.
College of Engineering Dean JoAnn S. Lighty expressed excitement for the return of the Engineering and Science Festival, calling it a fantastic opportunity for the community to experience the thrill of STEM. The event aims to inspire a new generation of innovators and problem-solvers with the support of industry partners and the Boise State community.
For more information about the Engineering and Science Festival, visit its website or email additional questions to visitCOEN@boisestate.edu. The College of Engineering is also seeking volunteers and facilitators to participate in the festival’s activities.