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The University of Florida College of Engineering Reaches Out to Elementary Students

The Gator Engineering Outreach Program for remarkable K-12 Students in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) facilitated a day of science exercises for Idylwild Elementary School understudies at the University of Florida on Oct. 30.

Fourth- and fifth-grade understudies from Idylwild Elementary School got to partake in active exercises with University of Florida designing understudies, and additionally investigate the UF College of Engineering. Understudies constructed pop jug water rockets at the school before strolling to Flavet Field to dispatch them.

The Gator Engineering Outreach Program is a joint effort program between the University of Florida College of Engineering and Exxonmobil. The precollege activity targets K-12 understudies who may be intrigued by STEM studies. The activity has arrived at more than 10,000 K-12 understudies in the previous 12 years.

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Kurt Renner, 20, a chemical engineering student, talks with students from Idylwild Elementary School at Flavet Field. Fourth and fifth grade students from Idylwild Elementary School visited the University of Florida on Oct. 30 to learn about engineering and other STEM-related studies.

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