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Celebrate #UTGirlDay with @UTWiSTEM
Girl Day 2022 will be hosted VIRTUALLY Saturday, February 19, 2022 with additional programming February 21-24

Girl Day at UT Austin, including Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day and the Girl Day STEM Festival, will be hosted VIRTUALLY!  (Traduzca esta pagina.)

#UTGirlDay is always a chaperoned event and minors must attend all programming with an adult.

DO NOT COME TO CAMPUS FOR GIRL DAY -- GIRL DAY IS 100% VIRTUAL

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Click to register for the Girl Day interactive afternoon experience

Elementary and middle school students, families, and educators are invited to join us for FREE hands-on science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fun on Saturday, February 19, 2022:

UT Austin’s national award-winning Girl Day, presented by Women in STEM (WiSTEM), gives elementary and middle school students a chance to explore STEM through grade-appropriate, hands-on activities hosted by volunteer scientists, engineers, astronomers, and STEM enthusiasts from student organizations, research centers, corporate partners and community organizations. All genders are welcome!

High school students, families, and educators are invited to join us for FREE virtual STEM programming 1:30 - 4:00 p.m. on Saturday, February 19th and throughout Engineers Week (February 21 - February 24, 2022). Details coming soon!

Educators are welcome to join in to explore, connect with STEM role models, experience STEM hands-on activities and demonstrations, and more! Educators may also sign up for #UTGirlDay in the Classroom. Visit the Educator and Classroom Opportunities page for more information or to sign up.

Registration for elementary, middle, and high school students, families, and educators is OPEN.

Girls wearing Girl Day shirts

Free K-8th Grade Virtual Girl Day Programming

Join in free virtual STEM programming for K-8th graders on Zoom Webinar 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. CT and on Gatherly 1:30 - 4 p.m. CT on Saturday, February 19, 2022. Hands-on activities, demos, shows, and more with STEM role models.

Suggested Materials

Suggested Materials for Girl Day Afternoon

Check out our suggested list of materials to gather to be able to participate in many of the live activities on Gatherly 1:30 - 4 p.m. CT on Saturday, February 19, 2022.

High School Students

Registration for High Schoolers

Join in free virtual STEM programming for high schoolers on Gatherly 1:30 - 4 p.m. CT on Saturday, February 19, 2022, and during the week of February 21 - 24. Connect with STEM role models and explore STEM career paths.

Educators

Explore Virtual #UTGirl Day Educator and Classroom Opportunities

Educators are welcome to join in to explore, connect with STEM role models, experience STEM hands-on activities and demonstrations, make #UTGirlDay in the Classroom Requests, and more!

2022 Girl Day Presenting Partners - Halliburton & BASF

Girl Day 2022 Presenting Partners

Thanks to Girl Day Presenting Partners BASF and Halliburton and all our Girl Day 2022 corporate and community partners!

#UTGirlDay is always a chaperoned event and minors must attend all programming with an adult.

Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day (Girl Day) is an international event celebrated during Engineers Week each year. Girl Day at UT Austin registrants will be invited to special follow-on virtual celebrations on March 1st in celebration of Texas Girls in STEM Day and the beginning of Women's History Month and on March 4th in celebration of World Engineering Day.

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Curious about last year's Girl Day event? The Girl Day 2021 program can be found on the schedule and program pages. These will be updated soon with Girl Day 2022 program information. Check out the 2021 final report for more information.

Texas Diversity Image Women in STEM (WiSTEM) is a university-wide outreach, recruiting, and retention program for precollege and undergraduate students in STEM fields who identify as women. WiSTEM sits within the Division of Diversity and Community Engagement (DDCE) at The University of Texas at Austin.