Engineer Some Fun During Engineers Week 2015

February 24-28, 2015

See how much fun science, technology, engineering and mathematics can be during Engineers Week 2015.  Build, create, destroy, explore, design and invent alongside engineers from IBM, Lockheed Martin, Mouser Electronics and other area corporations.

Here are just a few of the STEM-filled experiences planned: 

  • Circuitry Connections: Transform mechanical energy into electrical energy to power different circuits

  • Water Powered Machines:  Tinker with hydraulics as you invent machines that move using water

  • Flight Simulator: Try your hand at flying a Lockheed Martin fighter

  • Technology Take Apart: Take apart simple electronics to reveal interesting insides.

  • Engineer Meet and Greet: Engineers will be in the building from a variety of fields. Ask them your toughest, and most interesting, questions. 

  • KEVA® Competition:  Test your skills in building the tallest, strongest structure

  • Flight Challenge:  Build flying objects and let them rip

  • Digital Trail: Visit the Cattle Raisers Museum to learn how ranchers use technology and engineering to protect their herds

All activities included with paid exhibit admission.  Please note: activities are offered on a rotating basis. Engineers are onsite at varying times.


ENGINEERS WEEK ACTIVITIES WILL BE OFFERED

  • Tuesday – Wednesday, Feb. 24-25 – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m

  • Thursday, February 26 – 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

  • Friday, February 27 – 10 a.m. to 2 p.m

  • Saturday, February 28-10 a.m. to 5 p.m.


SCHOOL FIELD TRIPS
(2nd grade and above)
School groups of 15 or more can book field trips in advance by calling 817-255-9440

All activities included with paid exhibit admission.  Please note: activities are offered on a rotating basis. Engineers are onsite at varying times.


SPECIAL HOMESCHOOL HOURS
Thursday, February 26 from 1:00-4:00 pm

Don’t miss this activity packed afternoon for homeschool educators and children.


GIRLS AND ENGINEERING DAY
Saturday, February 28 from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Join us for special activities, created with girls in mind! Stop by the Atrium to get your Passport.   This Passport will lead you to practicing women engineers and special activities throughout the day.


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Additional volunteer and education support provided by Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, IBM, Mouser Electronics,  Society of Women Engineers, Texas Society of Professional Engineers, Robo Vikes at Nolan Catholic High School, Cannon Elementary, Young Women’s Leadership Academy,  Trinity Valley School, Cowtown BEST Robotics, Eastfield College, and Eaton.

Fun Fact
The OMNI Theater's projector, housed beneath the seats, is 6 feet tall and weights 1 ton.

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