Schedule 
Why Tour 


Hang with us as we travel the US and it's most exciting cities 
to watch some of the coolest science geeks make history and attempt the impossible. 
Our Mini Tours were created to give potential Intellectual Practice Program students 
ideas about different projects they might want to explore with our coaches. 
Participants learn about STEM and what it takes to be successful in these fields. Parents also learn a little something too, as they join us for our virtual opportunities. If you're looking for something fun, and educational to do, we've got you covered. Come see for yourself. We are requesting donations in the amount of $7 per person. Donation are tax deductible. All ages welcome.

All participants must RSVP beforehand by emailing us at ask@rebeccaeverlene.org 
Details


A mini conversation about Human Development & Family Studies; A mini conversation about Natural Resources & Environmental Sciences; Q&A panel with current University of Illinois students




Virtual tour of some of the facilities related to Mechanical Science and Engineering. 





Sail is a student-run organization that hosts an annual event in April for high school students to learn more about Computer Science and student life at the University of Illinois.


Visitors walk the assembly line virtually to learn what it takes to build a car and watch durability testing. 


Shosuke Naokawa is a first year masters student at the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign studying Civil and Environmental Engineering. He is going to share his experiences in the industry, why he decided to pursue his field, what his goals are, what it took to get to where he is, the kinds of classes he's taking, how long it will take him to graduate, what projects he's working on and if there are any projects in particular that he finds fascinating in his field.

Visitors learn about the chemical composition of water, and the required conditions for creating ice sculptures. Chemistry expert Ryan Benavente will explain how temperature affects the ice sculpting process and the owner of Nadeau's will give a rad first look at some of his ice sculpting. 
Address


College of Agricultural, Consumer and Environmental Sciences
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
1301 W Gregory Dr. | M/C 710
Urbana, IL 


Dept of Mechanical Science and Engineering 
The Grainger College of Engineering
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Thomas M. Siebel Center for Computer Science
201 North Goodwin Avenue MC 258
Urbana, IL 


500 Indiana 38  
Lafayette, IN 
2nd Entrance 


Shosuke Naokawa
Civil Engineering | May 2021









623 W. Roosevelt Rd  
Forest Park, IL  
Location


UIUC







UIUC






UIUC





Subaru Factory  




Steel Bridge Graduate Advisor 









Nadeau’s Ice Sculptures
Time (CST)


5:30pm







12:00noon






TBD





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11:00am










2:00pm
Date


10/20/2020







12/12/2020






4/2021





11/14/2020




10/25/2020










10/24/2020
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