STEM Exploration Day
Friday, November 8, 2019
San Diego State University
This November, the Pre-College Institute welcomed students from 14 of our partner schools to celebrate National STEM Day at San Diego State University. This exciting event invited our 9th and 10th grade students at partner schools to explore Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) through workshops in labs across the University campus.
If you would like to more information, have a media inquiry, or would like to host workshops, donate, sponsor or parner with us for future events, please contact Nadia Rohlinger at [email protected] or 619-594-1683.
Workshop Hosts - November 2019
Thank you to the following organizations and partners who hosted workshops for our November 2019 STEM Exploration Day.
Beta Alpha Psi
Center for Research in Mathematics & Science Education (CRMSE)
Center for Neurotechnology
Lincoln High School Students
Marine Ecology & Biology Student Association
SDSU Aztec Baja
SDSU College of Sciences, Engineering, Chemistry & Mathematics
Society for Advancing Chicanos & Native Americans in Science (SACNAS)
Thank you to the following individuals from our partner schools, for their efforts in cordinating STEM Exploration Day 2019.
Castle Park - Gian Itani
Mar Vista - Alexander Conner
Montgomery - Joseph Amaro
Southwest - Victor Rodriguez & Daisy Cortez
Crawford - Tracy Ebba
Hoover - Krisztina Hagey
Lincoln - Heidi Hall
Morse - Melanie Mathews
O'Farrell - Duc Bui & Eric Rodriguez
Patrick Henry - Craig Olssen
San Diego - Christine Summers
Serra - Jonathan Medina
El Cajon Valley - Kim Roldan
Mount Miguel - Elia Ortega
STEM Exploration Day History
& Past Events
Previously, in March of 2018, we welcomed about 300 high school students from 14 partner schools in San Diego to partipate in a day to explore labs and experience hands-on Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics with current SDSU students, faculty, staff and industry leaders. Thank you to the workshop hosts, sponsors, staff, students, chaperones, and supporters who made the event a success for our students.