Women in Engineering Program Dream It. Design It. Build It. Create It.

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 2019 Session:  Engineering for Daily Life

4-Week Program: Wednesdays, 10/23, 10/30, 11/6, 11/13

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

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When you think of engineering, you probably think of science, technology, and math. You take these classes in school but how do these three subjects relate to our everyday lives? The answer is ENGINEERING! Everything not made by nature has been engineered in one way or another. Engineers contribute to all parts of society. From sports to movies to tasty meals and desserts, engineering is the catalyst that makes our everyday lives better. This fall, join the Women in Engineering Program and EPICS I2R team as they take you on an adventure to discover how engineering impacts our everyday life.

Additional Information and Contacts

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I2R Guidelines Agreement

Sue Bayley
Assistant Director
Women in Engineering Program

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