Have you ever wondered about how to fly a plane? Then now is your opportunity to see how, as ASU student-pilots share their simulated touch downs in the Hawaiian Islands, this
The twin engine turbo prop airplane and regional jet simulators - core teaching tools for ASU's airline management, air traffic control and professional flight management degrees - are part of the two dozen laboratory tours, demos and hands-on science, engineering and art activities offered this week as part of the Polytechnic festival.
"Night of the Open Door at Polytechnic showcases many of the hands-on learning experiences that are an important aspect of this campus," said
"We attract students who want a learning experience that goes beyond the classroom," added
From dynamometers, digital imaging, dancers, arts, music, 3D printing and games to glass engines, robots, algae and science experiments for K-12 classrooms, there is something for everyone.
Budding biologists can join the Biology Bash with students and faculty
Artists and engineers alike can view 3D printing demos and battling Sumobots with TechShop, an innovation and entrepreneurial community-based workshop and prototyping studio allied with the Polytechnic campus.
In addition to activities hosted by
Faculty and students within the
Add to that music performances by students, balloon races, pixel art, Dr. Mo's Science Extravaganza, Silly Skills and Hour of Code activities that teach the basics of core programming logic for ages 4 and up, and you have an evening to remember.
For more information about other upcoming Open Door events, visit opendoor.asu.edu.
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