Celebrate National Computer Science Education Week and One of a Kind STEM Experiences at the WNY STEM Hub Showcase!
December 6, 2018 | 5:30 – 7:30 pm
Why you should attend:
Meet the students and teachers who…
- designed prosthetic hands for youth in WNY, India and Ghana from our Hand in Hand Project;
- discovered that computer science is for everyone in our Girls Coding Project (presented in collaboration with the Girl Scouts of WNY) and AT&T’s Coding Your Future Project (presented in collaboration with SUNY Buffalo State and Journey’s End).
- learned how to build and power robots to create solutions in WNY’s Robotics programs; and
- developed experiments ready to be tested by astronauts at the International Space Station during our Take Flight – Space Experiments Project.
- used coding in the classroom – WNY STEM Hub is a Regional Partner of Code.org.
Meet other STEM providers from organizations such as the WNY Invention Convention, Buffalo Museum of Science and WNY Science Congress – Science & Engineering Fair.
Meet very special guests (6:00pm – 6:30pm): Regent Dr. Catherine Collins, Assemblywoman Crystal Peoples-Stokes, AT&T’s NY President – Amy Kramer, SUNY leaders and business leaders who endorse the work of these students and teachers.
Get free gifts from Code.org and 5 raffles for tech prizes at the end of the evening: VR goggles, video coding sets, Code Master Logic Game.
Enjoy light food served starting at 5:30pm.
Families and presenters are free but are asked to register in advance. Thank you to our generous sponsors.
Park in Lots I-37 or I-35 and enter the North (main) entrance. See here: http://suny.buffalostate.edu/campus#gettinghere