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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. 

Fall 2018 Session:  Engineering Efficiency in Transportation

4-Week Program: Thursdays, October 25 –  November 15  

6:00 – 8:30 p.m. @ Purdue's West Lafayette Campus

150 years ago, our main source of transportation was by foot or by horse.  Today, we can travel thousands of miles with nothing more than the click of a mouse.  This Fall, I2R is celebrating Purdue’s 150th anniversary by looking at how far engineering has taken our systems of transportation and how we can engineer them to be even more efficient in the next 150 years.  Journey with us as we explore how engineers transform these systems and the boats, rockets, and automobiles that take us across the globe and beyond! 

To apply, click here:  I2R Application  

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Sue Bayley

Assistant Director

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