Courses

Want to try a science demonstration with your family? We will feature five different activities that focus on STEM concepts for you to try with some of the kids in your life. Bring your science enthusiasts to this STEAM day and learn some fun experiments you can replicate at home! This event is intended for adults and kids ages K-4th grade.


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Join SIUE Anthropology faculty in a working anthropology lab to learn how archaeologists and other anthropologists identify and analyze bones and artifacts. All materials will be provided.


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Learn the basics of 3D printing including how 3D printing works, how to download and print existing designs, how to make your own basic design, and what works best for art and for sale all in one-day! You will take home one 3D printed item.


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The Arduino Workshop is a one-day workshop designed for high school students who are interested in programming and computer applications, including robotics.


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The Artificial Intelligence is Fun! Workshop is designed for high school students and upper middle school students who are interested in learning more about computers, machine learning, and artificial intelligence.


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Here's a fun and relaxed chance for your high school and upper middle school students to learn about book cover designs and specifically variant covers for comic books. They will then participate in a hands-on activity to produce their own variant covers.


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Your middle-schooler (6-8th grade) will learn the basics in the kitchen while also teaching you some healthy quick and easy recipes to prepare for breakfast.


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Your children aged Pre-K-5th grade will participate in acting, design, and musical activities in a mini-workshop setting for 3 hours. A snack will be provided.


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Join us as we explore current domestic and international economic events and policy as reported in the news (e.g., Wall Street Journal and Financial Times). Learn how you can apply economics to your future career and what economics careers mean.


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Looking for a gift for someone in your life? We have the perfect opportunity! Gift a course, experience, membership, or offering through Online Services and Educational Outreach. We have gift certificates available in any denomination.


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Join us as we explore the fundamentals of investment, including time value of money, different types of securities, basic trading mechanisms, and risk-return trade off. Learn how to begin your financial journey and grow your money from high school and beyond!


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Do you have a tween-aged kid (8-12) or young teen? Do you need tips and tricks for how to get the conversation started about sexting/phone safety? Join me for a workshop about sexting information, conversations, and safety.


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Join SIUE Theatre, Dance, and Music faculty and students once a month for an exploration of a musical number. You will be split into age appropriate groups and rotate through vocal, dance, and acting training.


Saturday, September 21, 2024, Dunham Hall - Main Hallway
Saturday, October 19, 2024, Dunham Hall - Main Hallway
Saturday, November 16, 2024, Dunham Hall - Main Hallway
You can never be too prepared when it comes to college. Join us as we discuss the importance of completing FASFA applications, estimating total cost of colleges, and utilizing resources to determine grant, scholarship eligibility.


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What did downtown Edwardsville look like in 1909 compared to how it looks today? You will team up to use historic Sanborn maps to examine what kinds of businesses were there and then walk the city streets to explore and map what is there today.


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