ASU Open Door Tempe 2019

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ASU Open Door Tempe 2019

Robots and race cars. Paper rockets and airplanes. Electrical circuits and water treatment.

Those were just a few of the attractions at Arizona State University’s Open Door at the Tempe campus on February 23.

Children and families from throughout the valley converged on ASU’s Tempe campus for an afternoon of fun and learning. The Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering is one of several ASU schools welcoming visitors to explore the Tempe campus. Fulton Schools students, faculty and staff introduced the community to the enthralling pursuits of engineering through interactive games and hands-on activities.

Check out the gallery below to relive a few of the event highlights.

  • college student and younger girl standing by a paper rocket
    Aerospace engineering student Menna Hussein preps Clara for a successful rocket launch at the Sun Devil Rocketry STEM celebration. Photographer: Erika Gronek/ASU

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