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See how people are celebrating National Robotics Week near you!

Number of Events: 108

Interior Spring FLL Explore Festival

When:

Apr 22, 2022 14:00, EST

Where:

1201 Hoselton Rd

Fairbanks, AK, 99709

Interior Spring FLL Explore Festival,

FIRST Alaska

Learn all about the FIRST Lego competition

Hosted By:

FIRST Alaska

All-Earth Ecobot Challenge

When:

Apr 23, 2022 08:00, CST

Where:

353 Castlegory Dr

Houston, TX, 77049

All-Earth Ecobot Challenge,

Harris County Dept of Ed, CASE for Kids

The All-Earth Ecobot Challenge is an innovative engineering competition that engages fourth through eighth grade students in complex problem-solving, while developing critical thinking skills and elevating their confidence in formulating solutions to real-world missions. Teams will create robots using the LEGO® MINDSTORMS® Education EV3 Core Set to navigate challenges based on real-world environmental issues.

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Hosted By:

Harris County Dept of Ed, CASE for Kids

New Mexico Botball Tournament

When:

Apr 23, 2022 08:00, EST

Where:

Valencia High School
310 Bonita Vista Blvd
Los Lunas, NM, 87031

New Mexico Botball Tournament,

Botball

The Botball® Educational Robotics Program engages middle and high school aged students in a team-oriented robotics competition, and serves as a perfect way to meet today’s new common core standards.

Hosted By:

Botball

GEAR- Get Excited About Robots

When:

Apr 23, 2022 08:00, EST

Where:

Lubbock High School
2004 19th St.
Lubbock, TX, 79401

GEAR- Get Excited About Robots,

Texas Tech University/ Whitacre Colelge of Engineering

GEAR provides an exciting hands-on LEGO robotics challenge to elementary and middle school students at no participation fee, with the goal of increasing interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) disciplines while offering mentoring opportunities to engineering undergraduate students at Texas Tech University in an effort to improve their education and increase retention rates.

Hosted By:

Texas Tech University/ Whitacre Colelge of Engineering

MATE California - Monterey Bay Regional ROV Competition

When:

Apr 23, 2022 09:00, EST

Where:

Watsonville HS
250 E Beach St,
WAtsonville, CA, 95076

MATE California - Monterey Bay Regional ROV Competition,

MATE

Get ready for the coolest competition of the year: area students from local teams flying hand-built, remote controlled robots through a challenging series of precision maneuvers - all in under 15 minutes - underwater.

Hosted By:

MATE

Wyoming’s Undergraduate Research and Inquiry Across the Disciplines

When:

Apr 23, 2022 10:00, EST

Where:

1000 E. University Ave

Laramie, WY, 82071

Wyoming’s Undergraduate Research and Inquiry Across the Disciplines,

University of Wyoming

The University of Wyoming and Wyoming’s community colleges provide many opportunities for undergraduates to participate in independent research projects across multiple disciplines such as agriculture, business, education, engineering, health sciences, biological and physical sciences, mathematical sciences, social sciences, and the arts and humanities. Undergraduate Research and Inquiry Across the Disciplines event recognizes and celebrates the accomplishments of these student researchers.

Hosted By:

University of Wyoming

IEEE Robot Challenge

When:

Apr 24, 2022 09:00, EST

Where:

Baltimore Museum of Industry
1415 Keys Highway
Baltimore, MD, 21230

IEEE Robot Challenge,

IEEE Maryland

The IEEE Robot Challenge is an organized annual event to encourage high school students to pursue careers in engineering. The challenge is to build a robot using kits that are given out at the beginning of the contest

Hosted By:

IEEE Maryland

Sea Air and Land Challenge Eastern PA Region

When:

Apr 27, 2022 09:00, EST

Where:

Reading Public Museum
500 Museum Rd
Reading, PA, 19611

Sea Air and Land Challenge Eastern PA Region,

Penn State University

The Sea Air and Land Challenge is a nationwide STEM initiative to introduce high school students to engineering through the use of robotics. Funded by the Office of Naval Research and coordinated by Penn State University’s Applied Research Labs, the SeAL Challenge provides the opportunity for students to tackle a difficult engineering task while in high school and to learn about careers in or using robotics. It also helps educators implement a fun and successful STEM course into their curriculum or as an after school program. An optional free detailed one semester curriculum is available. During the spring semester, teams of 3-10 students design and build a robotic system to compete in the challenge of their choice. As the name implies, students may build submersibles for the Sea Challenge, a drone for the Air Challenge or a rover for the Land Challenge. Near the end of the semester on Challenge Day, students come together to learn about careers and compete. Several benefits of this program include its accessibility (web-based and no cost to register nor for program materials) and support from volunteer engineering mentors and from Navy SEALs and Special Ops. Students may spend up to $500 on their open-sourced robotic system and we show students how to raise the funds. All Challenges to date have been met with great enthusiasm and 94% of the students said this program improved their understanding of the engineering process and 100% of the teachers said they would like to participate again. Berks Co. Intermediate Unit will be hosting this year’s SeAL Challenge at the Reading Public Museum in Reading, PA. Challenge Day is set for Wednesday, April 27th, 2022. Check it out at https://seaairland.psu.edu/.

Hosted By:

Penn State University

Sea Air and Land Challenge SW PA Region

When:

Apr 28, 2022 09:00, EST

Where:

Seneca High School
128 Seneca School Rd
Harmony, PA, 16037

Sea Air and Land Challenge SW PA Region,

Penn State University

The Sea Air and Land Challenge is a nationwide STEM initiative to introduce high school students to engineering through the use of robotics. Funded by the Office of Naval Research and coordinated by Penn State University’s Applied Research Labs, the SeAL Challenge provides the opportunity for students to tackle a difficult engineering task while in high school and to learn about careers in or using robotics. It also helps educators implement a fun and successful STEM course into their curriculum or as an after school program. An optional free detailed one semester curriculum is available. During the spring semester, teams of 3-10 students design and build a robotic system to compete in the challenge of their choice. As the name implies, students may build submersibles for the Sea Challenge, a drone for the Air Challenge or a rover for the Land Challenge. Near the end of the semester on Challenge Day, students come together to learn about careers and compete. Several benefits of this program include its accessibility (web-based and no cost to register nor for program materials) and support from volunteer engineering mentors and from Navy SEALs and Special Ops. Students may spend up to $500 on their open-sourced robotic system and we show students how to raise the funds. All Challenges to date have been met with great enthusiasm and 94% of the students said this program improved their understanding of the engineering process and 100% of the teachers said they would like to participate again. Seneca Valley HS in Harmony, PA will be hosting this year’s southwestern Pennsylvania SeAL Challenge. Challenge Day is set for Thursday, April 28th, 2022. Check it out at https://seaairland.psu.edu/.

Hosted By:

Penn State University

MATE Northern Gulf Coast Regional ROV Competition

When:

Apr 29, 2022 09:00, EST

Where:

101 Bienville Blvd

Dauphin Island, AL, 36528

MATE Northern Gulf Coast Regional ROV Competition,

MATE

Get ready for the coolest competition of the year: area students from local teams flying hand-built, remote controlled robots through a challenging series of precision maneuvers - all in under 15 minutes - underwater.

Hosted By:

MATE

BostIQ

When:

Apr 29, 2022 09:00, EST

Where:

California University of Pennsylvania’s Convocation Center

California, PA, 15419

BostIQ,

BotsIQ

BotsIQ is a manufacturing workforce development program whose goal is to provide a pathway for high school students to learn about rewarding career options in manufacturing. This is accomplished by inviting students to participate in an exciting, hands-on high school robotics competition.

Hosted By:

BotsIQ

Engineering Design EXPO

When:

Apr 29, 2022 09:00, EST

Where:

Idaho Central Credit Union Arena

Moscow, ID, 83844

Engineering Design EXPO,

University of Idaho

Through a mix of in-person and virtual pathways, thousands across the globe experience the many ways University of Idaho students are making a difference and solving real-world problems at the annual Engineering Design EXPO.

Hosted By:

University of Idaho

MATE Georgia - Artesian City

When:

Apr 29, 2022 10:00, EST

Where:

Albany State University
504 College Drive
Albany, GA, 31705

MATE Georgia - Artesian City,

MATE

Get ready for the coolest competition of the year: area students from local teams flying hand-built, remote controlled robots through a challenging series of precision maneuvers - all in under 15 minutes - underwater. This year, the competition is challenging students to tackle problems that impact the entire world.

Hosted By:

MATE

GEAR - Get Excited About Robotics

When:

Apr 30, 2022 08:00, EST

Where:

AmTech Career Academy
3601 Plains Blvd.
Amarillo, TX, 79102

GEAR - Get Excited About Robotics,

Texas Tech University/ Whitacre Colelge of Engineering

GEAR provides an exciting hands-on LEGO robotics challenge to elementary and middle school students at no participation fee, with the goal of increasing interest in STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) disciplines while offering mentoring opportunities to engineering undergraduate students at Texas Tech University in an effort to improve their education and increase retention rates.

Hosted By:

Texas Tech University/ Whitacre Colelge of Engineering

Xtreme Bot

When:

Apr 30, 2022 09:00, EST

Where:

2551 thunderhawk Ct

dAyton, OH, 45414

Xtreme Bot,

Xtreme STEM

Students get the chance to design, build, Problem solve, develop teamwork and hopefully crush the competition in a 3 minute battle

Hosted By:

Xtreme STEM

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