2016 Exhibitors & Performers
4-H Science on the Move (4-H Science)
Accelerate Learning (Accelerate Learning - STEMscopes)
Building Today for Tomorrow (AIA Charleston)
STEAM Robotics in Upper Elementary (Ashley River Creative Arts Elementary STEAM Robotics Team)
Berkeley County School District
Robotics, coding, STEM fun, and more at camp STEM (Camp STEM)
Come Fly with Us! (Challenger Learning Center of Richland County School District One)
Charleston Charter School for Math & Science
Join Charleston Charter School for Math & Science teachers & students as we discover science, technology, engineering & math through mini labs, activities and investigations through out the day.
Charleston Charter School for Math & Science: Project Lead the Way Engineering- Simple Circuits
Ever played Frogger on bananas or music on a piano you drew yourself? Come build a simple circuit, connect to the world and start inventing the future.
To Nature And Beyond (Charleston Collegiate School)
Wind tube! Create, fly and learn about moving air. (Charleston County Public Library)
STEM Opportunities in Charleston County School District (Charleston County School District)
Charleston Southern University
Learn how to modify a computer game source code to pass a level.
How Do Bugs Walk on Water?
How Do Bugs Walk on Water? Answer: Surface Tension! Bugs or other small insects are able to walk on water due to waterâ€™s property of surface tension which is a result of Hydrogen Bonds.
Probability, Predictions, and M&M’s!
We will use M&M’s to determine the validity of a sample size. How many bags of M&M’s do we need to observe before being able to make predictions about other bags?
Scribble Bots and Circuitry (Children's Museum of the Lowcountry)
4-H Grows Here (Clemson Extension 4-H Youth Development)
Clemson University Restoration Institute (CURI)
Cougars STEM Den (College of Charleston Lowcountry Hall of Science and Math)
Science Magic Show (College of Charleston)
STEM in Sailing (College of Charleston Sailing)
Dorchester School District Two
EdVenture Children's Museum
Rockets and Slime and Bubbles, Oh my! (Engaging Creative Minds)
Bird Beak Buffet(Friends of Coastal SC)
Density Experiments plus Viewing the Sun Safely (Georgia Tech University)
Marine Touch Tank (Grice Marine Lab, College of Charleston)
Automobiles - A rolling science project (Hendrick AUtomotive Group)
Joseph R. Pye Elementary is Full STEAM Ahead (Joseph R. Pye Elementary School)
Litter and Marine Debris Exploration (Keep Charleston Beautiful)
Inspiring the Future of Healthcare through STEM Education (MUSC Gives Back Student Volunteer Program)
What smoking does to My lungs (MUSC Respiratory Therapy)
Educational and volunteer opportunities at NOAA/NOS (National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration/National Ocean Service)
Palmetto Scholars Academy
Patriots Point Flight Academy (Patriots Point Naval and Maritime Museum)
IdeaLab-Where Ideas Come to Light! (Pinewoood Preparatory School)
Everything's better with PI (Reforge Charleston)
Robert Bosch LLC
Time is Muscle & Brain (Roper St. Francis Healthcare)
Bristle Bot Races (S2TEM Centers SC)
South Carolina Electric & Gas (SCE&G)
Marine Touch Tank (SC Department of Natural Resources)
Rip Racin' Robots! (SC Governor's School for Science and Mathematics)
Come Sea STEM with the South Carolina Aquarium (South Carolina Aquarium)
From Me to the Sea: The Story of Marine Debris (South Carolina Sea Grant Consortium)
SPAWAR Atlantic STEM Outreach (SPAWAR)
Taste Buddies (Storytree Theatre)
The Exciting World of Raptors (The Center for Birds of Prey)
The Charleston Museum
Mathematics – Games, Indirect Measurement, and Yikes – hands-on probability game, indirect measurement using a hypsometer and clinometer, mathemagic, and amazing mathematical results.
Protozoans on Parade!
Look under the microscope to see living protists swimming in a drop of pond water. Then see if you can identify the protist and the body parts (organelles) they use. Use your new found knowledge to design your own protist.
A Taste of STEM
The STEM Center of Excellence will have demonstrations (and some hands-on activities) representing all STEM disciplines. Come learn what STEM is all about and how to get involved with The Citadel and STEM outreach.
Demonstrations of interesting chemical behavior will be shown and explained by Citadel cadets and faculty.
Physics of Everyday Objects
Attendees will be able to experience optical, mechanical, thermodynamic, mechanical, electrical phenomena by observing and manipulating physics demonstration equipment.
Discover Civil Engineering
Have fun building a bridge and learning about Civil Engineering while playing with Kâ€™nex with Students and Faculty from The Citadel Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering.
The Citadel Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering
The Intelligent Ground Vehicle Robot, and various displays and hands on activities for young and old alike.
Water Bottle Rocket Challenge
The driving force behind a rocket launch is the air under pressure. The air that you pump into the bottle compresses, giving you a higher pressure. When the rocket is released the air expands rapidly, which forces the air out of the neck of the bottle and propels the rocket.