WHAT IS SPLASH?
Splash is an event dedicated to giving high school students the opportunity to explore a variety of conventional and unconventional topics through classes created by and taught by college students. It was founded by students at MIT in 1988 and has since expanded to over 30 other universities. This year, a group of Carnegie Mellon students are working to organize the first annual CMU Splash event.
CMU SPLASH 2020
CMU Splash 2020 will take place on Saturday, February 29th, 2020. Our goal is to empower students to take control of their own learning experience by offering unique classes in areas that may not be offered in the traditional classroom setting. This year, we have 31 undergraduate students teaching a total of 36 unique classes ranging from cultural dances to DNA extraction. A full list of our course offerings can be found here in the course catalog on our website: cmusplash.learningu.org
As a new club, we were unable to receive funding from CMU. Your donations will help us purchase t-shirts for the students, general classroom supplies such as chalk and paper as well as the following materials for our classes:
Knew Knitting - Knitting Needles and Yarn
Music Science - PVC Pipes
Seeing the Unseeable - Play-Doh
Rubik’s Cube Algebra - Rubik’s Cubes
History of Coke - Exotic Cola Drinks
Intro to Genetics - Plastic Pipettes and Tubes
Help us make CMU Splash a rousing success!