NEW: STEM Girls Entrepreneur Camp
Carnegie Science Center's Fab Lab
Mon., Aug. 12–Wed., Aug. 14, 9 am–4 pm
In this three-day intensive camp, girls will learn what it means to be an entrepreneur while discovering the real-world applications of science, technology, engineering, and math. See how a new idea is cultivated when you explore user-needs, create innovation designs, and learn how to market your start-up business. Utilize digital fabrication technologies in Carnegie Science Center's Fab Lab, including 3D printing, vinyl cutting, and laser cutting to prototype your design.
Aria Eppinger, 17, is a senior at Winchester Thurston. In May 2019, she traveled to the International Science and Engineering Fair (ISEF) in Phoenix, AZ. While there, Aria presented her research project, entitled "Serum Marker of Glyphosate Exposure Associated with Changes Oral and Gut Microbiome Composition". Her project placed 4th in the Microbiology category! When she's not "sciencing", you can find her swimming. She has been swimming competitively since three years old. She also enjoys cooking and eating. She loves to experiment with her own dessert recipes.
Carnegie STEM Girls Interview with Aria