In-Person STEM Events Cancelled Indefinitely
Due to the global coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, all in-person events at College of DuPage have been cancelled until further notice. However, many of our events are proceeding in a virtual format. See each event below for more details. Please continue to check back for updates on the college's COVID precautions.
This annual event, sponsored by the Engineering Club, is designed to engage the young generation to seek interest in the field of engineering and in the College of DuPage.
This yearly event welcomes students to COD to explore careers in engineering. The program includes presentations from industry representatives and is designed for both incoming COD students as well as COD students looking to transfer into a four-year university engineering program.
Science is all around us, and we often find ourselves wondering why or how things happen in the world. Well, our COD STEM faculty are here to answer your burning questions as part of our So That Explains It! STEM Expert Video Series. Each month, we release a short video explaining an everyday STEM question, answered by one of our STEM experts.
Get Your Geek On! with this annual event designed to celebrate the wide variety of innovation in the STEM fields. The day long extravaganza offers an interactive and stimulating fair celebrating Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics and includes something for all ages and interests. Come for the knowledge. Stay for the fun.
This series of expert talks focuses on the topics of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics. Talks are held in the Fall and Spring semesters.
These events are designs specifically for STEM educators and target specific areas of need, including content development and teaching skills enhancements, outreach opportunities, and more.
We know you have a lot of choices for STEM. Come explore why COD should be at the top of your list. The event is targeted to juniors and seniors in high school but is open to all.
This event celebrates women in STEM careers and is designed for 8th-12th grade girls. It provides them with the opportunity to interact with positive role models and participate in hands-on activities in order to encourage more women to have positive experiences with STEM and to pursue STEM careers.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Division
Berg Instructional Center (BIC), Room 2E06, (630) 942-3210