Budding young scientists and mathematicians have the opportunity to explore STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering & Math) fields thanks to this wonderful program brought to Licking County for the fourth year by The Works. In partnership with Denison University and The Ohio State University at Newark, students aged nine, ten, eleven and twelve years old are invited to register for interactive sessions on topics like how we know black holes even exist or why volcanoes erupt, taught by college professors! The sessions are on the following Saturdays from 10 am - 3 pm:
January 20 (Ohio State Newark)
February 10 (Denison University)
March 3 (Denison University)
April 14 (The Works)
Registration for this program is on a FIRST-come, FIRST-served basis. A parent or other designated adult must stay on campus for the entire time the student is involved with the KTU activity and is highly encouraged to attend EXPLORE College, informative parent-focused sessions about guiding their students to and through college.