Calendar of Events

Women's basketball camps contact: Mary Carpenter: marycarpenter@ku.edu
Men's basketball camps contact: Tami Hoffman: thoffman@ku.edu

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February 14th - February 15th
The Society of Women Engineers' Weekend of Engineering gives high school girls an opportunity to learn more about engineering as a major and a career. Participants will meet KU engineering students and faculty and get a feel for campus life, #engr
Eaton Hall
Spahr Engineering Classroom, 2 Eaton Hall
Cost: $95
Contact: 785-864-3620
fboldridge@ku.edu

February 27th
The Kansas Scholastic Press Association is a non-profit organization composed of Kansas scholastic journalism students and their teachers. The organization is committed to excellence in journalism at all levels and views its focus as one of providing journalism education leadership for Kansas teachers and students. The KSPA provides a support system through its contests, conferences and scheduled activities.
Kansas Union
Cost:
Contact: 785-864-7625
ericthomas@ku.edu

March 7th
A day of discovery for middle school boys and girls. #engr
Eaton Hall
Spahr Engineering Classroom, 2 Eaton Hall
Cost:
Contact: 785-864-3620
fboldridge@ku.edu

April 11th
Exponent is an exclusive exploration of engineering and computing for African-American, Hispanic and Native-American high school juniors and seniors. Participants must have a 3.2 GPA or better and letters of recommendation from teachers and counselors. #engr
Eaton Hall
Spahr Engineering Classroom, 2 Eaton Hall
Cost: Free
Contact: 785-864-3620
fboldridge@ku.edu

June 1st - June 5th
An engineering day camp for students entering sixth, seventh and eighth grades. Hands-on activities demonstrate the fun and creativity involved in engineering. Families are responsible for transportation at the beginning and end of each day. #engr
Off Campus
Blue Valley CAPS, Overland Park
Cost:
Contact: 785-864-3622
studyengineering@ku.edu


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