STEAM Initiative for Parents and Kids Event Series

NC State alumni parents -- want to spend time with your kids at your alma mater while participating in hands-on activities with cutting-edge technologies and the arts? This free initiative, focusing on the intersection of the arts with science, technology, engineering and math (often called STEAM), will be fun and educational for you and your child, and expose you to the depth of experience and resources NC State has to offer. All sessions are led by talented and experienced librarians and arts professionals, so you’ll not only learn something new, but have a great time in the process. 

Sessions will be offered at the D. H. Hill Library on Saturday, September 23, October 21 and October 28 from 9:00 a.m - noon and will include a snack. You may opt to attend one, two, or all three sessions. Open to children aged 10-14, who must be accompanied by an adult or guardian: all activities are structured to be done by children and their adults together. No prior experience necessary for any session.

Space is limited -- register today by calling Marian Fragola at the NCSU Libraries at 919-513-3481.

This program is a collaboration between Dr. Fay Cobb Payton, professor of Information Systems/Technology at NC State, the NCSU Libraries, and Arts NC State. Generously supported by the Kenan Fund and the NCSU Libraries, with promotional support from NC State’s Alumni Association.