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March 19, 2024

10:00 am - 1:30 pm

Northern Kentucky University

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High school students enjoying an engineering activity at High School STEM+H Day event.
High school students programming a robot at High School STEM+H Day event.
High school students experience a Northern Kentucky University nursing lab at High School STEM+H Day event
A panel of NKU students takes questions from the High School STEM+H Day attendees.

Each year, hundreds of high school students converge on NKU’s campus to take part in hands-on STEM+H (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics, and Health) demonstrations, team-building challenges, and unique learning opportunities provided by industry professionals, college professors, and local STEM leaders.

This event is collaboratively presented by NKU's CINSAM, NKU's Institute for Health Innovations, and Cincinnati Museum Center.

High school students enjoy an engaging STEM activity together at High School STEM+H Day


Attendees are schools (including homeschools) that have expressed interest to CINSAM in being part of this event. In order to accommodate as many students as possible, CINSAM utilizes a rotation schedule of educators throughout the region. Each participating school is notified when it's their turn to participate.

A STEM professional presents to high school students in NKU's Digitorium during High School STEM+H Day


Industry professionals, college professors, and local STEM leaders are invited to share their STEM+H expertise and career experience with high school students.

  • session presenter - engage students with 40-minute, hands-on demonstrations and activities
  • speed mentor - have quick conversations with small groups of students about your professional experience

Interested? Check back later for a volunteer link!