Night of the Open Door is the one night a year that ASU throws open its doors to the public to explore and experience the creative energy that powers a world-class university.
Participate as an exhibitor!
We encourage faculty and students in the Fulton Schools to get involved and be part of the success of the Night of the Open Door at the Tempe campus.
Early registration deadline Tempe campus exhibitors:
Tuesday, January 20, 2015
Are you a faculty advisor for a student org? All registered Fulton Engineering student organizations that sign up to participate by the early deadline will have an opportunity to earn free promotional materials for their organization to use at outreach events.
It is easy to participate as an exhibitor:
- Open your lab for tours and demonstrations.
- Offer an age-appropriate, hands-on activity. These activities can be relatively simple demonstrations of projects or principles specific to your discipline or illustrate some important aspect of your research.
This is a great opportunity for students and student organizations to showcase or demonstrate their projects.
About Night of the Open Door
A signature event of the Arizona SciTech Festival, Night of the Open Door provides the public the opportunity to visit laboratories, living collections, and museums; meet ASU students and experts; share in artistic performances, language and cultural events; and see kings, catapults, math garage bands and crosswords. The Fulton Schools of Engineering are a major partner in Night of the Open Door. This family-friendly ASU event attracted nearly 10,000 visitors campus wide in 2014. Visitors can tour our labs and other facilities, participate in activities and learn about engineering, technology, aviation, construction, design and more with hands-on activities and fun demonstrations that showcase the talent and ingenuity of our Fulton Schools faculty and students and inspire the next generation of engineers, builders and makers.
- Polytechnic campus | February 20, 2015 • 5-8:30 p.m.
- Tempe campus | February 28, 2015 • 4-9 p.m.