Grades 8-12: Register Now for Northeastern Splash!, In-Person, Nov. 11
Each fall and spring, NEPTUN (a Northeastern University student group) hosts Splash!, a free program for students in Grades 8-12 to take fun and informative mini-classes led by Northeastern undergraduate students. This year, Splash! will again be held in-person at Ryder Hall (11 Leon St, Boston) on the Northeastern campus, on November 11, 8:30AM-6:40PM. The $0 cost includes free pizza and a T-shirt. Registration is now open and is first-come/first-served and requires setting up a free student account. For more information, see the FAQs or contact email@example.com. Among the 26 in-person Splash! courses this year are these STEM offerings:
Electronics and Soldering Workshop
The eggscellent challenge
Will robots destroy the world?
The Entire Internet in an Hour!
Emoji: How They Work and Why They Break Everything
How to Preserve Dead Things
Real Life Sci-Fi: Gene Editing
From Atoms to Adam: Science’s Best Understanding of the History of Everything
Miraculous 3-Pound Jell-O
Homemade Gel Electrophoresis/Edible DNA!