Magic of Physics Workshop
How does a rocket work and fly? Why does the light turn on when I flip a switch?How does a rollercoaster work? Can I drop an egg and not break it? Learn the answers to these questions and more by conducting experiments in force, mass, energy, friction, momentum, aerodynamics, heat and magnetism.
Rebecca L. Lopez, Sandia National Laboratories
Phone: (505) 845-9848; email: email@example.com
How do they make fireworks different colors? What makes bread rise? Is shampoo really "pH balanced" like the commercials say and are all sunscreens the same? How does chemistry help to investigate a crime scene?
Mario Delgado, Sandia National Laboratories
Phone: (505) 844-4786; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wonderful World of Electronics
What is a Component? What is an integrated circuit and how does it work? What makes a computer work? Who is Ohm and what is it? How is the flow of electricity controlled ?
Luis Molina, Sandia National Laboratories
Phone: (505) 845-7145; email: email@example.com
Fun with Math and Money
Can you guess how many Red M&M's are in a jar? Do you know what PI is? Do you know how to make your money "grow"? This class uses fun games to help you answer these questions.
Carla Moncayo, Sandia National Laboratories
Phone: (505) 284-2186; Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Students learn how to build and program robots and work with LEGO MINDSTORM KITS. Students will learn how to make a robot follow a line, how to use touch and light sensors. The students will learn about career pathways in high wage, high technology fields. They will also learn about the importance of teamwork in a competitive environment.
Elizabeth M. Lopez, Sandia National Laboratories
Phone: (505) 845-9709; email: email@example.com
Have fun with computers! What makes a computer tick and how can you use it? Take a computer apart. Connect to the internet. Use email to communicate with friends. Build your own personal web page for others to see. Program and control a robot to make it do what you want it to. Do a scavenger hunt and solve problems.
Bobby Butler, Sandia National Laboratories
Phone: (505) 845-9664; email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Introduction to Engineering
Are you creative, curious, like to build things or just take things apart and see how they work? Then engineering is for you!!! Like to build cards, try mechanical engineering. Like to build bridges, civil engineering is the place. In each class, you will become a different type of engineer, learn about them, how to become a "real" one and work on a fun activity.
Angel Urbino, Sandia National Laboratories
Phone: (505) 844-4988; email: email@example.com