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STEM Fest is only a week away! STEM Fest is open to the Public on March 27, from 2:00-8:00 p.m.
Utah’s major universities and STEM businesses will be on hand to engage students with science, technology, engineering and math through interactive booths and activities. There will also be bounces houses, live music, flight simulators, robots, race cars, and more! Take this opportunity to introduce your children to the amazing companies who are leading Utah’s dynamic innovation explosion.
Visit the UCCU booth and enter for a chance to win a trip for 4 to Disneyland!
For more information on Utah STEM Fest, please visit utahstemfest.com.
UCCU, in partnership with IM Flash, Utah Valley University, US Synthetic, and Boys and Girls Club of Utah County, and others is excited to sponsor STEM Fest Utah 2015 at the UCCU Center on UVU campus in Orem. You and your entire family are invited to enjoy yourselves at a free festival. Stem Fest has been uniquely designed to spark your children’s imagination by teaching them about the field of science and technology.
Stem Fest is an opportunity unlike anything ever offered in Utah. The goal is to show kids how to be innovative, imaginative, and daring when it comes to the future. We are creating an environment where kids can explore their future career possibilities in a completely hands-on way.
That’s why we are inviting everyone in Utah to bring students, families, educators, and businesses together to show that the future of science, technology, engineering and math is one that is exciting and worthwhile.
So come be a part of this year’s first ever STEM Fest Utah. STEM is open to the public on Friday, March 27th.
For more information please visit utahstemfest.com
Presenting the First Annual STEM FEST UTAH! Bring the family, have a blast, all for FREE!
Over the past two years, UCCU’s Family Festival has been a huge success, full of fun and learning (and lots of learning made fun). And in 2015, the event is getting even better, with Utah’s first ever STEM FEST. For four full days – March 25-28, 2015, at the UCCU Center on UVU campus in Orem – you and your entire family can immerse yourselves in a free festival that’s been uniquely designed to spark your children’s imagination through science and technology. STEM is dedicated to blending education and fun with the mission of inspiring young students to become the problem solvers of tomorrow. It’s about innovation and how to harness it.
It’s about imagination and how to fuel it. It’s about dreaming and daring and conceiving and building tomorrow’s great ideas. And it’s the opportunity to introduce your children to the amazing companies
who are leading Utah’s dynamic innovation explosion. So come and be a part of the most unique gathering ever assembled in Utah as you and your family enjoy exciting hands-on experiences with science and technology that will spark your children’s imaginations and give them a peek into their future career opportunities right here in Utah. Your kids will have so much fun, they may not even realize that they’re learning!
Junior high school students are encouraged to come as a field trip Wednesday 3/25 or Thursday 3/26.
For more information about Utah STEM initiatives visit UtahStemFest.com or CuriosityUnleashed.com. If you or your business would like to participate in STEM FEST 2015 please email Tracy Shultz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
With over 30 years of experience in Information Technology, Teri Chatterton understands how complex technologies can simplify our lives.
After graduating from the BYU Marriot School of Finance, Teri began working as a student programmer at the university, helping to pioneer new technology and processes that would benefit students and faculty. In fact, BYU was the first university in the nation to utilize touchtone student registration and Teri was a part of the team that made it happen.
Today, Teri works as the lead engineer for the BYU Business Intelligence team as she serves on the UCCU Board of Directors. We asked her to share some of her thoughts on the future (and present) of technology at UCCU.
What first drew you to a career in Information Technology?
What really interests me in information technology is how it has the ability to simplify a person’s life. It’s all about: ‘How can we make things easier?’ That’s why I’m really excited about mobile banking. It’s a great experience for our members and getting better all the time.
Will you tell us a little about UCCU Mobile Banking?
Mobile banking gives us the ability to easily manage our money anywhere, anytime. So if you’re standing in line and remember that you need to transfer money, or make a credit card payment, or pay the babysitter – no problem. You’re in complete control of your money, all the time. Mobile Banking also provides tools that can help us make better decisions with our money and that can really benefit our lives.
What excites you about what’s happening today with Information Technology?
Today, our smart phones are so much more than phones. They’re our personal assistants. They’re management tools. They help make us more efficient with our lives so we can have more time to focus on the things that really matter to us. Our families. Our passions. And I find that really hopeful. That’s what I see technology doing for us.