STEM Club serves as a place where students interested in science, technology, engineering, and/or mathematics have an opportunity to take part in educational endeavors, engaging activities, scholarship opportunities, community service, field trips, guest speakers, and socializing with peers and faculty.
STEM Club meets every 3rd Tuesday of the month at 1 pm in Shields 105.
For more information, contact STEM club advisors:
Past STEM Club activities have included:
- Building a catapult to launch pumpkins at the CSI corn maze
- Field trip to Craters of the Moon National Park
- Nerf gun war
- Trip to University of Idaho Senior Design Expo
- Guest speaker: CSI graduate and ITD Civil Engineer Kandice Stewart on current project – the redesign of I-84 bridge over Snake River
- Guest speaker: Geology professor Shawn Willsey on the geology underfoot in Southern Idaho
- Mini-catapult building competition among students
- Helping at the CSI Halloween carnival and CSI Easter egg hunt
- Developing the number pi by throwing frozen hot dogs on a grid
- Celebrating pi day by serving free pie and ice cream to the CSI community
- Trip to Utah State University, Space Dynamics Lab, and Lagoon