Night of the Open Door

children building a thermometer

This campus-wide open house celebrates the sciences, engineering, humanities and the arts with activities for teenagers, children, parents, teachers, alumni, entrepreneurs and the just-plain-curious.

Visit our school’s activities on the east patio of Coor Hallsee yourself in infrared – play "Extreme Weather -- Where Did it Happen?" – build your own thermometer – or build your urban vision out of Leggos! 

For more geo-fun, be sure to visit Noble Library.  Take your favorite kid or kid at heart to play geography games on a giant map of Arizona.  (Thanks, Arizona Geographic Alliance!)  This is also your chance to check out the library's new Map and Geospatial Hub -- sculpt your own land forms in the augmented reality GeoSandbox; watch a digital geographical model be brought to life with 3D printing technology, and don’t leave without making your own custom map button!

Open to the public -- Free admission -- Free event parking.

To learn more about the 100+ offerings by other units on campus, and for maps and parking information, take a look at http://opendoor.asu.edu/!

 

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Saturday, Feb 25, 2017, 3:00 - 9:00 pm
Location: 
Across Tempe campus: especially Coor Hall patio & Noble Library