STEM Showcase features student projects

This is a concrete canoe built and being used by students from Youngstown State University as part of their STEM Showcase project.

Concrete canoe at the STEM showcase.

The concrete canoe, steel bridge, moon rover and mini-Baja car are among the projects that will be on display at Youngstown State University’s Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics College Showcase, 2 to 5 p.m., Sunday, April 22 at Moser Hall on campus.

The event offers a first-hand look at the work of YSU students and their senior capstone and undergraduate research projects. On display will be many of the projects on which students have been working during the past semester. Also, STEM College faculty will be on hand to provide laboratory tours and answer questions about STEM education and careers.

The event has become particularly popular among high school students and their parents who want to learn more about YSU and STEM College education and careers.

For more information and to register, contact Dan Suchora at 330-941-3015 or dhsuchora@ysu.edu. The event is free, but reservations are preferred.