Center for Technology Outreach
Building a habitat to sustain life on Mars, coding video games and designing robots for competition are just a few of the ways the Center for Technology Outreach in the College of Engineering, Applied Science & Technology helps young learners explore the world. Thanks to the help of generous donors and hundreds of volunteers annually, the outreach programs are offered free or for low cost across Utah.
Captures student's curiosity and directs it towards exploring a real-world scientific concept through research, teamwork, construction and imagination.
Problem solving and fun unite for parents and daughters as they tackle engineering challenges together and hear from inspiring women in STEM.
Use sound science, math and technology principles to build an overly complex machine to perform a simple task. Creativity and STEM collide to encourage and inspire. Partnership with Hill AFB Air Force Association.
"SeaPerch is an innovative underwater robotics program that equips teachers and students with the resources they need to build an underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) in an in-school or out-of-school setting." -Seaperch.org
Visit our speaker series page to learn about upcoming events. Guest speakers range widely in variety but focus on technology and its human impact.
Students learn about space travel and colonization as an engaging classroom project then gather at WSU for 'Link-Up' day to set up their own giant shelters. Partnership with Hill AFB STEM.
Designed specifically to provide girls an opportunity to learn about computers, programming, technology and design.
School of Computing faculty provide a week long camp dedicated to the popular pursuit of designing video games.
Three night camp filled with in-depth workshops on programming, music, Raspberry Pi, robots and more. Led by School of Computing faculty.
National program that forms partnerships among schools and industry to increase STEM workforce. EAST provides training for Utah K-12 PLTW teachers.
An exciting 3 day, 2 night camp where young women explore the art and science of metalwork through the medium of welding.
Seven week summer academic program for high achieving students. Students attend daily classes in math, science and technology. Free for families. Partnership with Davis, Ogden and Weber School Districts.
Staff & Faculty Associates