‘Successful STEAM Day Uncovered’

Discover STEAM Day, hosted by the National Museum of Nuclear History & Science, was a huge success with over 600 visitors enjoying a day of hands-on activities in science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics. Participants were inspired by Kara Komula, a member of Sandia’s Women’s Action Network, to try their hand at engineering.

The event showcased the intersection of art and science, encouraging children to explore the creative aspects of these disciplines. From building structures to experimenting with technology, the day was filled with interactive experiences that sparked curiosity and innovation.

Through engaging activities and demonstrations, Discover STEAM Day provided a platform for attendees to explore and learn about the exciting world of STEAM. The event aimed to inspire the next generation of innovators and problem solvers, showcasing the endless possibilities that come from combining science and art.

Overall, Discover STEAM Day was a celebration of creativity, learning, and exploration. It highlighted the importance of STEAM education and its impact on society, paving the way for a future filled with innovation and discovery.