Read about girls who've participated in CHOICES
Sixty middle school girls from across the Lehigh Valley area discovered the joy of buzzing burglar alarms, using nitrogen to make ice-cream, and making a chocolate composites while learning about science and engineering.
A week long experience of building Rube Goldberg © machines, building bridges and collaborating with NASA's SISTER program.
Even snow couldn’t throw a wet blanket on a day of fun and learning for local middle school girls.
Bridges built bridges out of gumdrops and linguini, asphalt made from chocolate and oats, devices from orange juice cartons, and lots more!
Snowstorm did not cut short the annual CHOICES program. The local middle schools were still inspired to learn more about career opportunities in engineering and had an amazing experience!
Students worked together on fun and creative projects such as edible asphalt cookies, homemade funny putty and a egg drop project and had a exciting day with Lehigh's engineers who belong to SWE (Society of Women Engineers).