Events

​Members of the Palouse STEAM Coalition support local STEAM events throughout the community. By hosting and staffing STEAM focused booths with hands-on activities, our coalition works to spread a love for science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics.

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2019 Franklin Elementary STEAM night


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2019 Garfield Palouse sTEAM Night


2019 St. JoHn STEM Night

WSU student volunteers assist children with making slime.

2019 Franklin Science Fair

WSU engineering interns help kids construct gum drop bridges.

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2019 Palouse STEAM Night

At Palouse STEAM night, many different organizations such as WSU Physics Club, WSU Biology, Alpha Pi Omega Sorority, IEEE, WSU Physics, WSU Engineering, PreToM, Palouse Conservation District, Aldrich Entomology Club, WSU College of Vet Med, and CCE all participated in the event. A total of 211 people attended with 96 of those people being children. STEAM Night was successful in getting kids interested in science, technology, engineering, arts and math and teaching them how to be lifelong learners.

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2018 Lapwai STEM Day

Lapwai junior high and high school students engaged in hands on physics demos and the science of electromagnetism.

2018 Kids' Science and Engineering Day

Volunteering at the Ask Dr. Universe booth at Kids' Science and Engineering Day, coalition members helped students form questions about the world around them.

2018 Potlatch Family STEM Night

Hosting a booth at a family STEM night in Potlatch, ID coalition members helped students learn about sound and music through an interactive activity.

2018 Palouse Family Fair

Hosting a booth at the Palouse Family Fair in Pullman, WA, coalition members helped students plant seeds to grow throughout the spring and summer.