Imagination, Innovation,
Discovery & Design (I2D2)

 

 

I2D2 introduces young students in our community to engineering through creative and innovative hands-on engineering activities.  Teams of current Purdue engineering students visit local schools, introduce these activities, and inspire young minds to become Purdue's future engineers.  Twice a year, I2D2 presents an Open House in which students can explore hands-on engineering concepts on the Purdue West Lafayette campus. 

 For more information contact the Program Coordinator:  Sue Bayley(sbayley@purdue.edu). 

 

To get more information on these types of activities sponsored by Women in Engineering, please sign-up for the K-12 listserv at:

www.purdue.edu/WIEP/wiepk-12

 

I2D2 will be hosting an Open House Event - February 22, 2014.  The program is FREE and open to all students in grades K-8th grade.  Participants will explore engineering concepts through hands-on activities under the guidance of engineering students.  Students and their families may come any time from 9am to noon to explore the open exhibits.  There will be two chances for families to participate in a hands-on activity at 10am and 11am.  No pre-registration is required.  Children must be under parental supervision during the event.

9:00 - Doors Open (Activity Stations)
10:00 - Family Demonstration

11:00 - Family Demonstration (repeat)
12:00 - Event Closed

Click here to view open house flier

Leadership Team positions available each fall for the I2D2 program.   

  • We are looking for dynamic and responsible students to introduce various engineering disciplines to K-5 students through fun, hands-on, age-appropriate activities.

  • MUST be available from 3-5 pm at least two (2) weekdays and attend a minimum of six (6) school visits, training sessions, and other outreach events (approx. 20 hrs/semester).

Applications for the 2013-2014 school year are due Friday, August 30th! Applications can be found HERE!

I2D2 Program Coordinator:

 

Sue Bayley (sbayley@purdue.edu)
Women in Engineering Program
Purdue University