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Jr. DEEP 3/4 - Day @ the Museum Week #2

Engineering Outreach, University of Toronto - Medical Sciences Building

Monday, July 28, 2014 - Friday, August 1, 2014
Medical Sciences Building 1 King's College Circle TorontoONCanada  M5S 1A8
Monday, July 28, 2014 - Friday, August 1, 2014
Medical Sciences Building 1 King's College Circle TorontoONCanada  M5S 1A8

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What's Included

Get ready for a blast from the past! In this course, you will go on an adventure through prehistoric times, learning about the rich history of our planet. You will unlock the secrets of the past, exploring how life on Earth evolved and how dinosaurs once ruled, all while investigating ways scientists and engineers use clues to take a look back in time. You will build exhibits and create a classroom-sized museum, taking inspiration from a trip to the Royal Ontario Museum!

About This Organizer

The Engineering Student Outreach Office (ESOO), created in Fall 2009, manages and administers the core outreach programs offered by the Faculty. We act as the central unit for outreach activities promoting Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education to a wide audience. We design and deliver programs centrally, and coordinate the activities by other entities including student organizations, Faculty members, and Departments. The vast majority of outreach activities supported by ESOO are pre-university programming.

The Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering is committed to inspiring youth within the community and across the world through outreach programming that focuses on engineering and applied sciences. These programs range from summer live-in programs to weekend courses during the fall and spring terms.

Below is a listing of our current program offerings. Click on the links to find out more about each program.

Organizer Info

  • Engineering Outreach, University of Toronto

Map & Direction

Medical Sciences Building 1 King's College Circle TorontoONCanada  M5S 1A8
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