Engineering Virtual Expo

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Become an Expo VolunteerMeet Astronaut Ellen Ochoa

Ellen Ochoa

June 4, 8:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. PDT

Free and open to the public | all activities ARE VIRTUAL AND will take place via this page

 

Student Project Displays 8:30-11:30 a.m. PDT
Engage with students in the College of Engineering about their design projects in a broad range of areas including artificial intelligence, clean water, health, natural disaster preparedness, robotics, sustainable energy, and virtual reality. Preview projects ahead of time, and then chat live with the student presenters during the Expo. Vote for your favorite project in the People’s Choice Awards. All attendees who vote will be entered into a drawing featuring Oregon State prizes.

Keynote Presentation | 12:10-1 p.m. PDT
Join us for a live talk by Ellen Ochoa: first Latina in space, former NASA Johnson Space Center director, a pioneer like no other. Live audience Q&A included.

Student Project Award Presentations1-1:15 p.m. PDT
See who won the People’s Choice and Industry Choice awards immediately following the keynote presentation.

Virtual Tours for High School Students | Throughout event
Interact and ask questions of current students as they walk you through a virtual tour of the College of Engineering facilities and the Expo. Parents, guardians, and teachers are welcome to attend. To participate, register for the Expo and select "High school/middle school student or parent/guardian" or "High school/middle school teacher" as your role.

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