Exponent

The Power to Be More
Exponent is an exclusive exploration of engineering and computing for African-American, Hispanic, and Native-American high school juniors and seniors. Participants will learn about career opportunities, try their hand at cool projects and get an up-close look at KU. #engr
January 26, 2013
08:00 am - 05:00 pm
Eaton Hall, Spahr Engineering Classroom, 2 Eaton Hall
785-864-3620


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