Engineering Design EXPO
Virtual and In-Person
The University of Idaho Engineering Design EXPO welcomes young learners, industry leaders and community members to experience the many ways U of I students are making a difference and solving real-world problems.
The longest-running student engineering and technological innovation showcase in the Pacific Northwest, EXPO showcases senior projects from the U of I College of Engineering’s Interdisciplinary Capstone Design Program, recognized by the National Academy of Engineering as one of the best in the country.
April 28-May 16
Virtual EXPO Extended Experience Launches
Open to all 12th through 5th graders, as well as community college students.
Students can explore senior capstone projects remotely, follow along in hands-on activities done at home or in the classroom, take a virtual tour of our campus and meet current students, faculty and staff via Zoom.
2-5 p.m. PDT
Virtual Technical Presentations
More than 60 judges will tune in during online technical presentations to score teams virtually this year. After a significant increase in technical presentation attendance in 2020, we opted to keep this portion of the event online only.
Zoom sessions are open to the public, and registration is required.
Virtual and In-Person EXPO Hall Opens
In-person event will be held:
9 a.m.-12 p.m.
Memorial Gym on the Moscow Campus
Socially distanced and masked, this event will follow current state protocol. Student teams will present at their booths in three different shifts to keep building occupancy numbers low.
In addition to in-person booth presentations, our capstone team projects will be available to browse online. We anticipate and welcome the thousands who will visit and explore projects remotely.
Virtual Extended Experience for Visiting Schools
Community colleges and high schools are invited to attend this event each year to explore projects that push the boundaries of science and technology and learn more about the University of Idaho.