K-12 Mentors

Need help with a K-12 outreach project? Contact one of our K-12 mentors listed below or, send us an email at K12Outreach@aiche.org, and we’ll be glad to assist:

  • Erin L. Jablonski 
    The College of Engineering at Bucknell University invites students 7-11 grade to Engineering Camp 2013. This program is an academically challenging, hands-on introduction to various engineering disciplines, topics in technology, and how basic scientific phenomena are applied in engineering design. The curriculum includes classroom instruction, laboratory demonstrations and experiments, and a variety of other interesting and fun academic activities.
     
    Go to Bucknell University Engineering Camp
    Reach out to Erin at  ejablons@bucknell.edu or +1 (570) 577-1644 
  • Laura P. Ford
    Each year chemical engineering students at the University of Tulsa compete in the national Chem-E-Car competition for college students. It has been such a success at the collegiate level that a local high school competition was established. The goals of this competition were to build a small car powered by a chemical reaction and to control that reaction to a set distance which was only given just before the competition started.
     
    University of Tulsa Chem-E-Car page
    Reach out to Laura at  laura-ford@utulsa.edu or +1 (918) 631-2227 
     
  • University of Utah AIChE Student Chapter
    The University of Utah Department of Chemical Engineering and Student AIChE Chapter are extremely active in their community. They are committed to doing our part to excite and encourage the next generation of scientists. Their website has a wealth of resources for teaching modules and if you are in the area, request for classroom visits. Please visit their K-12 website for more information  OR contact Dr.Butterfield at tony.butterfield@utah.edu 
     
  • The Cooper Union Outreach
    Cooper Union having been inspiring future scientists through various outreach programs. Professor Benjamin Davis has compiled a website of their programs and past outreach projects that have been completed including Family Science and 8th Grade Science. Please visit their website for some great ideas  OR contact Professor Davis at bdavis@cooper.edu 
      
  • Wahoo Wizards is a community outreach program dedicated to educating children in the Charlottesville community about science. We perform science experiments that get K-6 classrooms excited about studying science and engineering. Their website has a great list of experiments that they perform and projects that have completed. For more information, please visit their website OR contact them at wahoo_wizards_exec@virginia.edu