Research Revolution programs held during the Month of March included:
The second annual STEM Like a Girl fair was held on March 4, featuring interactive displays, experiments, and presentations highlighting the research of women in STEM fields from all over the Wasatch Front. This event is part of the library’s ongoing partnership with NASA@MyLibrary, an initiative from the American Library Association and the Space Science Institute to restore America’s passion for science, technology, engineering, and math.
BYUtv was on hand filming interviews and footage for a new reality show during the 3D Printing Faire on March 9. Participants learned new 3D printing revolutions, brought their coolest 3D printed creations and beginners visited with local experts about how to get started with 3D printing.
STEM Shorts on March 16 included a day of short presentations and talks from local scientist, researchers, and educators as they discussed a variety of topics from climate change to Utah Lake’s endangered June Sucker fish to treating cancer with therapeutic proteins.
The Teen After Hours: Invent a Pancake on March 23 was a huge success with almost 70 teens participating. There were many creative pancakes, one of which included salsa and peppermints. The judges were impressed with the creativity and tasty selections.
On March 18th, An Rogaire Dubh, Utah County’s great Celtic group and special guests The Thomas Cordner Memorial Pipe Band performed their annual St. Patrick’s Day concert to a packed hours of 610 enthusiastic patrons.
Wasatch Ballet presented their spring show, Art in Motion on March 22. This performance draws inspiration from art through the ages. Bringing ballet, contemporary, and jazz onto one stage. Over 250 patrons enjoyed their performance.
BYU Young Company performed The Comedy of Errors on March 25, which is Shakespeare’s slapstick comedy full of hilarious mistaken identities and mishaps. This performance was attended by 259 patrons.