Girl Day Science Activity
Celebrate #UTGirlDay with @UTWiSTEM
STEM Girl Day at UT Austin 2024 will be hosted ON CAMPUS Saturday, February 24, 2024

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 24, 2024, from 11:30 a.m. til 4:00 p.m. CT on The University of Texas at Austin campus.  (Traduzca esta pagina.)

UT Austin’s national award-winning STEM Girl Day recruitment program, presented by Women in STEM (WiSTEM), gives K-8th graders a chance to explore STEM through grade-appropriate, hands-on activities hosted by scientists, engineers, astronomers, mathematicians and other STEM enthusiasts from student organizations, research centers, corporate partners and community organizations. All genders are welcome!

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Applications OPEN for 2024 STEM Girl Day Partners

Corporate and Campus and Community Partners are invited to lead hands-on STEM activities, demonstrations, or information booths at STEM Girl Day 2024. Over 150 campus, corporate, and community partners are expected to participate with over 1,500 volunteers and STEM role models.

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Find upcoming UT Austin STEM programs and events

Explore STEM throughout the year with programs led by UT Austin staff, students, and faculty. STEM Starts is a searchable database for families, students, and educators to find STEM programs, eventss and professional development.

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Discover STEM through Art on Campus

Looking for a weekend or afterschool STEM adventure? Head to campus and view Landmarks' public art collection from a STEM perspective. Download the STEM Girl Day Landmarks Scavenger Hunt and make STEM connections across the UT Austin campus.

Science Near Me

Find community-wide STEM programs and events

Science Near Me is a free resource to help you quickly find opportunities to engage in all types of science, technology, engineering, math, (STEM) events, projects, and programs near you, in person and online. Search by location, topic, audience, and more to find the experience that is right for you.

#UTGirlDay is always a chaperoned event and minors must attend all programming with an adult. The University of Texas at Austin will not take custodial responsibility for minors while participating in STEM Girl Day at UT Austin. Custodial responsibility will remain with teachers, parents, legal guardians, and chaperones throughout the event.

STEM Girl Day at UT Austin is a celebration of all areas of science, technology, engineering, and math. It incorporates the international event Introduce a Girl to Engineering Day (Girl Day) celebrated during Engineers Week each year. STEM Girl Day at UT Austin is one of many university recruitment events designed to broaden participation in STEM majors and career paths.

Each year, STEM Girl Day at UT Austin registrants are invited to follow-on March 1st Texas Girls in STEM Day, March 4th World Engineering Day, and all throughout March Women's History Month celebrations and events across Texas.

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Curious about last year's STEM Girl Day event? Check out the 2023 STEM Girl Day Impact Report for more information.

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 Women in STEM (WiSTEM) at The University of Texas at Austin is an academic interest group that is closing the STEM gender gap by creating an inspired and varied community of confident STEM leaders. WiSTEM’s university-wide outreach, recruiting and retention STEM programs for pre-college and undergraduate STEM students are designed to increase STEM identity, self-efficacy, and a sense of belonging and lead to increased undergraduate retention/persistence, graduation rates, advancement to graduate school, and persistence in the STEM workforce. WiSTEM programs are open to all students.