Photos: STEM Mix it Up Night

Kyra Betteridge
WWU Communications and Marketing intern
  • Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
    Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
  • Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
    Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
  • Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
    Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
  • Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
    Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
  • Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
    Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
  • Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
    Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
  • Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
    Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
  • Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
    Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
  • Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
    Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
  • Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
    Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
  • Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern
    Photo by Kyra Betteridge / WWU Communications and Marketing intern

01. Natalie Lang (second from Left) laughs with her friends as they take part in the Trivia Game at the STEM Mix it Up event on Thursday night Nov. 12, 2015. The event took place in Western's Multi-Purpose room and included trivia, raffles, a panel of guest speakers and tables for different STEM organizations on campus. 

02. Student volunteers in light blue shirts man the table filled with the many raffle prizes that people had the chance to win at the STEM Mix it Up event on Thursday night Nov. 12, 2015. The event took place in Western's Multi-Purpose room and included trivia, raffles, a panel of guest speakers and tables for different STEM organizations on campus. 

03. Rebecca Campbell (Left) and Sophia Casasanta (right) run the WesternCon booth for talk to people about the Western convention for sic-fi, pop culture and comics during the STEM Mix it Up event on Thursday night Nov. 12, 2015. The event took place in Western's Multi-Purpose room and included trivia, raffles, a panel of guest speakers and tables for different STEM organizations on campus. 

04 - 05. Attendees of the STEM Mix it Up event were entered into a raffle and had the chance to win multiple prizes relating to the STEM fields and science fiction on Thursday night Nov. 12, 2015. The event took place in Western's Multi-Purpose room and included trivia, raffles, a panel of guest speakers and tables for different STEM organizations on campus.

06. Attendees of the STEM Mix it Up event had the opportunity to listen to a panel of experts in various STEM fields and ask questions about their experiences in their fields and STEM in pop-culture on Thursday night Nov. 12, 2015.

07. Experts in multiple STEM fields spoke at a panel during the STEM Mix it Up event on Thursday Nov. 12, 2015 in Western's Multi Purpose Room. From left to right they are Jeanette Lim (BioMechanics), John Lund (Engineering), Stephanie Treneer (Mathematics) and Melissa Rice (Geology and Physics). The panel was asked questions about their respective fields and asked about the influence of STEM in the media and pop-culture.

08. Elizabeth Raymond (left) pours liquid nitrogen into a bowl containing cream while Diane Perez (right) mixes the ice cream on stage at the STEM Mix it Up event on Thursday Nov. 12, 2015. Ice cream made with liquid nitrogen freezes much faster than the typical method used for making ice cream allowing for smaller ice crystal and a smoother ice cream. 

09. Students sampled ice cream made with liquid nitrogen at the STEM Mix it Up event on Thursday night, Nov. 12, 2015. Ice cream made with liquid nitrogen freezes much faster than the typical method used for making ice cream allowing for smaller ice crystal and a smoother ice cream. 

10. Student's claim STEM and science fiction related raffle prizes at the STEM Mix it up event on Thursday night, Nov. 12, 2015. The attendees were given raffle tickets upon arrival with winners selected at the conclusion of the event with prizes ranging from comic books, to t-shirts and even surprise mystery bags.

11. Regina DeGraaff, dressed as Doctor Light, draws raffle tickets and announces the raffle winners during the STEM Mix it Up event on Thursday night, Nov. 12, 2015. The attendees were given raffle tickets upon arrival with winners selected at the conclusion of the event with prizes ranging from comic books, to t-shirts and even surprise mystery bags.

Monday, November 16, 2015 - 11:06am

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