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Innovation to Reality (I2R)

I2R is a FREE after school engineering program for 6-8th grade students. I2R provides a unique opportunity to explore themed areas of engineering through a combination of faculty guest speakers, lab tours and hands-on engineering activities. Each theme meets once a week for three to five weeks. Past themes have been related to topics of climate change, diabetes, food, energy, and water scarcity. 

Spring 2018 Session: Engineering the World of Space

4-Week Program: Wednesdays, April 4th - April 25th; 6:00-8:30pm at Purdue's West Lafayette Campus.

A long time ago, in a galaxy far far away... WAIT...ACTUALLY...in April, at a university not so far far away...

Join us at Purdue for I2R's Spring 2018 session where we will explore how engineering and space come together. From the Moon to Mars, to the stars & beyond, come discover the intersection of science and creativity required from astronauts and engineers alike.

3...2...1... Blast Off to Neil Armstrong's Hall of Engineering for four nights of Innovation 2 Reality!

For common questions, check out the FAQs page.

Additional Information and Contacts

Campus Map (if needed)

I2R Guidelines Agreement

Sue Bayley

Assistant Director

Women in Engineering Program



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