Annual K-12 Events
A day when 6th graders come and see how MSU researchers study the movements of the human body etc.
Choose your own Adventure
Besides our annual K-12 events, we offer the opportunity for K-12 students to visit MSU and interact with our undergraduates to see first-hand how research happens, get a taste of university life, participate in hands-on STEM activities and engage with role models in engineering and computer science.
Thank you to our sponsor Halliburton for making classroom visits possible and providing supplies to teachers
Video Activities-At Home or in the Classroom
Select from a variety topic and learn about what engineers learn at MSU and how they are making the world a better place
Computer Aided Design (CAD)
Students visit MSU and learn about Computer Aided Design and 3D printing. With an introduction to TinkerCAD, they create an object that will be printed and they can take home. The day can be extended to include tours of engineering labs based on time availability of the class.
Civil Engineering Tour
Touring through different spaces in the Civil Engineering department, students learn about earthquakes, water filtration, structures and snow!
Virtual Reality and Mental Health
Schedule an online or face-to-face workshop and explore how engineers and computer scientists are developing virtual reality experiences for improving human and robot interactions. Topics will include: technology to aid children deal with pain and anxiety and holograms to help those with addiction