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Welcome to the Registration Page forDia de Ciencias!
Event is on April 14th, 2018 (Saturday) from 8:00am to 3:00pm
Dia de Ciencias is a FREE event at the University of the Pacific campus, and it is for parents and students. Breakfast and lunch is provided and day care is available. All workshops are in English & Spanish!
STUDENTS:Learn more about your interests in Technology, Life Science, Engineering or Physics through hands-on activities taught by college students!
PARENTS:Learn how to support your child for a career in STEM- Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.
This event is organized by the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) collegiatechapters of University of the Pacific and San Joaquin Delta College.
It is mandatory to register to participate in this free event. The ticket categories are PARENTS, STUDENTS and YOUNG CHILDREN FOR DAY CARE. This is a family event!
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE), Our Mission:
SHPE changes lives by empowering the Hispanic community to realize its fullest potential and to impact the world through STEM awareneness, access, support and development.
08:00 AM : Check-in Opens / Breakfast
09:00 AM: Opening Ceremony
10:00 AM: Workshops Begin
12:00 PM: Lunch
01:00 PM: Panels & Presentations Begin
02:15 PM: Closing Ceremony
03:00 PM: End
Use this EventBrite website you are currently on to register the entire family. The Google map to the Spanos Center is located on the side of this page. The University of the Pacific mapis HERE.
Parents/guardians will be seperated by middle school and high school. Our speakers from University of the Pacific and the Stockton community will provide seperate workshops in English and Spanish.
The parents/guardians of middle school students will have workshops concerning several topics relating to understanding the high school preparation needed for student pursuing STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
The speakers for the parents/guardians of high school students will focus on the college side of this topic.
Students will have the option of choosing an area of interest for this event. The four main areas (clusters) are listed below. In addition, there will be special clusters that will focus on a very specific career path- such as to become a pharmacist or an engineer.
Registering early helps us place students in their first-choice cluster.
For this cluster, you will explore the devices developed by college students and professionals, and learn to make your own. We will be having electrical engineering professors explain electricity and magnetism to you with hands-on activities. You will also see how coding and engineering is involved in the field of technology.
The hands-on activities and demos in the life science cluster focus on helping you understand chemical reactions and terminology in biology to then apply it. If you are interested in the medical field, the bodys function and health-care devices, join this cluster and meet college students studying in this field!
Cluster #3: ENGINEERING DESIGN
What comes to mind when your hear about a cluster on engineering design? Do you think about structures, and how the environment is an important design factor? In this cluster, professors and college students will teach you how to create bridges to withstand an environmental challenge and show you how careful planning builds a community.
Cluster #4: PHYSICS
Physics, its all around you (the force Luke...CAN YOU FEEL IT?). It is the foundation of the interaction between objects which we can and cannot see. For every action there is a reaction, and an object in motion will remain in motion.In this cluster, students will explore the surprisingly simple principles, such as the ones mentioned above, behind the complex occurrences we see everyday.