Aspiring computer scientists turned out for the annual CSE Kids’ Day, sponsored by the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. The event, organized by UB students and held in Davis Hall, offered a variety of interactive, kid-friendly activities designed to promote computer science.
Snap Circuits uses color-coded pieces so kids can experiment with lights, fans, sound and other circuits found in everyday electronics.
Paschal Frisina watches his daughter, Liliana, work with copper tape to make a circuit to light up her snowman.
Kids were encouraged to trace their foot and then write down the ways they use technology to create their own "digital footprint."
Physics faculty member Wenjun Zheng and his kids — from left Angel, 10, Andy, 5 1/2, and Adam, 14 — create their digital footprints.
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