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DALLAS — Explore the limitless opportunities in science and technology at the Brookhaven College STEM Fair Feb. 23. Feed an interest in science, technology, engineering and math, no matter your age, with hands-on activities and exhibits from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. in Building H.

Whether you imagine technological possibilities of the future or want to map out career options, the STEM Fair will inform and entertain with activities and lectures in astronomy, geology, aerodynamics and geospatial technology.

Design and build with Lego and K'nex. Play in the augmented reality sandbox. Check out the STEM lectures and museum exhibits, and browse the clubs and vendor booths.

STEM Fair lectures –

  • 10 a.m. – "Technology and Transforming Education, Educational Changes in Space Visualization," presented by Scott Sires, Brookhaven College faculty
  • Noon – "Astronomy for Beginners," presented by Huey Stevens, Texas Astronomical Society
  • 2p.m. – "The Moon, Asteroids and Mars: the Future of Spaceflight," presented by Ken Ruffin, National Space Society

Admission and parking are free. Scouts can earn a patch or rocker. The Brookhaven College STEM Fair is sponsored by the Society of Petroleum Engineers and STEM.

For information contact Kathryn Wetzel at 972-860-4751 or email kWetzel@dcccd.edu.

Brookhaven College is located at 3939 Valley View Lane in Farmers Branch, Texas.