COSI Science Festival

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May 5 - May 8, 2021
12:00AM - 12:00AM
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Virtual

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Add to Calendar 2021-05-05 00:00:00 2021-05-08 00:00:00 COSI Science Festival COSI Science Festival goes digital this year! The COSI Science Festival will include dozens of unique online events showcasing incredible science being done in Ohio and proving again that science truly is everywhere and for everyone. It is designed to create opportunities for community engagement addressing workforce challenges by bridging the STEM skills gap and enabling people to see themselves as future scientists. As in years past, this event is meant to engage the public in an interactive, hands-on way with some aspect of science, technology, engineering, and/or mathematics. As an exhibitor, you can help the public understand what your organization does for our community and beyond, as well as help address workforce challenges by bridging the STEM skills gap and allowing our community’s children to see themselves in scientists and scientists in themselves. The goal is to have a wide representation of colleges and units from across the university participate as virtual exhibitors. If you are interested in being a virtual exhibitor, please complete the exhibitor form by March 26.  More details can be found on the exhibitor form.    Additionally, if you are interested in hosting a virtual event, please complete the event form by March 19.  There will be a limited number of events. Virtual The STEAM Factory at The Ohio State University steamfactory@osu.edu America/New_York public
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COSI Science Festival goes digital this year!

The COSI Science Festival will include dozens of unique online events showcasing incredible science being done in Ohio and proving again that science truly is everywhere and for everyone. It is designed to create opportunities for community engagement addressing workforce challenges by bridging the STEM skills gap and enabling people to see themselves as future scientists.

As in years past, this event is meant to engage the public in an interactive, hands-on way with some aspect of science, technology, engineering, and/or mathematics. As an exhibitor, you can help the public understand what your organization does for our community and beyond, as well as help address workforce challenges by bridging the STEM skills gap and allowing our community’s children to see themselves in scientists and scientists in themselves.

The goal is to have a wide representation of colleges and units from across the university participate as virtual exhibitors. If you are interested in being a virtual exhibitor, please complete the exhibitor form by March 26.  More details can be found on the exhibitor form. 

 

Additionally, if you are interested in hosting a virtual event, please complete the event form by March 19.  There will be a limited number of events.