Designing for STEM is a CIT initiative aimed at engaging Transition Year students all over Ireland with STEM subjects through fun, free workshops and exciting, innovative technologies!
What do we do?
Designing for STEM consists of a series of free workshops that are held in schools and learning centers across Ireland. During these workshops, students are given a real-world STEM problem that must be solved by building a prototype out of crafting materials and state-of-the-art technologies – all of which are provided by us.
STEM learning made fun!
Our workshops introduce students to the creative side of STEM! We are using innovative, engaging ideation and design techniques to encourage students to apply their knowledge of STEM to real-world problems, while taking part in fun hands-on activities!
Meet the Team
We hope our @NimbusCentre robot is ready for the madness ahead of him today! Lots of fun in store for all the children & parents😁🎉Be sure and pop by to say hello if you’re at @CorkCitySports in CIT today! @CIT_ie @OrlaFlynnCIT @ml_loftus @SHayesResearch @michelleokmedia https://t.co/VJwef5jylM
We look forward to welcoming thousands of Primary School Children to CIT this Friday for the Sports Day! Along with the sports, we’ll have some fun design activities for the kids too! Be sure and stop by the Nimbus Centre😁 @NimbusCentre @OrlaFlynnCIT @CIT_ie @CITScience4Life
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 710583