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K-12 Engineering Lab

Students in an electrical engineering lab

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Who: Small Groups (up to 10 students at a time)

What: 2 hour long Engineering lessons with hands-on components (1 hour lesson, 1 hour tour)

When: By appointment. Contact Elyse Bozsik at for details

Where: The University of Nevada, College of Engineering K-12 Outreach Lab, Jot Travis Building

Come join us in our new K12 Engineering Outreach campus lab! We are excited to announce the opening of our very first on-campus lab dedicated to K12 Engineering exploration and outreach. We offer 4 Engineering lessons designed for small groups to explore and learn about Engineering in an engaging environment.

  1. Renewable Energy Lesson: Students will learn about renewable energy through solar demonstrations, wind experiments, and other renewable sources. Students will also tour the College of Engineering labs.
  2. Electrical Engineering: Students will experiment with circuits and wires and learn about how electricity is made. Students will also tour the College of Engineering labs.
  3. Civil Engineering: Students will tour our campus shake tables and will create their own towers to test on our miniature shake table.
  4. Aerospace Engineering: Students will learn about the principals of flight and new aerospace innovations such as drones and unmanned autonomous systems (UAS). Students will tour a UAS lab and will make their own airplanes or hovercraft to test out their skills.

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