2nd Annual Karlin Science, Technology, and Design Symposium

Weber’s 2nd Annual Karlin Science, Technology, and Design Symposium was an unabashed success that saw the school transformed into an interactive, student-led showcase of science, technology, and human-centered design work completed this year in concert with The Daniel Zalik Academy (DZA). 
Parents, students, and community members strolled the halls of a bustling Weber art gallery, participated in interactive demonstrations showcasing the practical applications of Weber’s state-of-the-art lab, got a peek into the inner workings of a ceramics studio, and participated in a modern take on the classic Pinewood Derby. Students in the DZA senior capstone project presented the results of their year-long project focused on utilizing 3D printing in “novel circumstances,” specifically in prosthetics for dogs who were either born impaired or suffered from an injury that left them without a limb(s). D’vora (Young Women in STEM) and Comparative Jewish Literature students also presented highlights from the year.

Students from Weber’s Design Marketplace course, which focused on the entrepreneurial and product development side of industrial design, displayed their final products for sale alongside student work from classes that partnered with the DZA throughout the year.

The Daniel Zalik Academy is made possible by a generous grant from The Zalik Foundation. For the complete program, including participating students and faculty, click here.
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