2020 STEM Expo, April 8th, MTSU Murphy Center
The Middle Tennessee STEM Innovation Hub encourages students to engage in projects involving a process of inquiry in response to a complex question, problem or challenge. These rigorous projects help students learn key academic content and practice skills necessary for success such as communication, collaboration, and critical thinking. The STEM EXPO will showcase original projects by Middle (5th - 8th) and high school students from across middle Tennessee. All student projects must belong in one of the following categories:
- STEM Research: Science, Mathematics, Engineering, Biotechnology, or Medical/Veterinary Medicine.
- Engineering: Mechanical, Industrial, Civil, Aerospace, Automotive, Environmental, Biomedical, Chemical or Electrical.
- Technology: Computer programming, games, designing application or designing websites.
- Agricultural STEM: Farming and Animal Husbandry.
Team and individual projects welcome. At least one participating student must be present at the EXPO to represent each entry. The STEM EXPO is NOT a competitive event. Every entry is eligible for an award, based on a standard 100-pt scale.