DADDS (Dads And Daughters Do Science)

Who: DADDS (Dads And Daughters Do Science) is a program for girls in grades K-2 and their dads.

What: DADDS (Dads And Daughters Do Science) is a one-day event which allows young girls to learn and explore the different branches of science while doing hands-on activities with their dads. The day will consist of various stations including a Biology, Chemistry, and Physics station. Daughters will be exposed to various STEM fields, and dads will learn more about how to encourage their daughters to pursue their interests.

Where: A. Glenn Hill STEM Building

When: Saturday, April 20, 2024 from 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Cost: $10/person ($20 for a pair, $30 for a dad with 2 girls)

To inquire about scholarship funds, please contact the College of Engineering at or 701-231-7494.

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