UW-Green Bay’s STEM Innovation Center hosts STEM Family Day | WLUK
GREEN BAY (WLUK) — The push to expose children to Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math or STEM was on full display Saturday at UW-Green Bay.
It was the second annual STEM Family day.
More than 35 different activities were available like science experiments, aerospace displays, and creating your own chemical reactions.
The three main organizers of the event are the Einstein Project, UW-Green Bay’s Engineering School, and the Brown County Extension.
“It’s really intended to get young people and families out at the STEM Innovation Center on the UWGB campus to get their hands on STEM in a bunch of a different ways,” said Melinda Pollen of the Brown County Extension.
Many businesses looking for STEM-minded employees helped put on the event like American Foods Group, J-B-S, Foth, Sanimax, and Wisconsin Public Service.
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