Fort Hays State will host the annual technology education fair


On Friday, April 29, from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., the Gross Memorial Coliseum at Fort Hays State University will play host to the 63rd annual Western Kansas Technology Education Fair.

The fair provides an opportunity for junior high and high school students from across the state who are enrolled in technology education classes to showcase the projects they have been working on throughout the school year.

Open to all, the Colosseum features a variety of projects, including wood and metal furnishings, CAD drawings, and draughts.

There will be an awards ceremony around 3:30 pm, with doors opening at 8 a.m. for the general public.

An individual ribbon or medal is bestowed upon each participant. Throughout the day, prizes are given to the winners of various live competitions, including communication, the metric 500 race, the tech challenge (quiz bowl), and problem solving.

The fair is run entirely by the Technology and Engineering Education Collegiate Association (TEECA) of Fort Hays State University.

Also read: Technology is being used to improve Madison County’s public records request system

Previous articleNew irrigation technology will be demonstrated on the Griffin campus of the University of Georgia
Next articleA new paint removal technology will be used by Toyota to ‘dress up’ its cars
Zaid Quraishi
My name is Zaid Quraishi. I pride myself on being a meticulous and organized individual who has done his Bachelors in Medical Technology and currently pursuing my Master's in the same course from Sher-e-Kashmir Institute of Medical Sciences. I belong to the beautiful valley of Kashmir, and my hometown is Srinagar. I am the elder sibling of my younger brother. As far as my strengths are concerned, I am effectively communicative, optimistic, reliable, a team player, and time-efficient. My weaknesses are that I am an honest person and I tend to be blunt, and sometimes, I like to work alone. I am passionate about content writing, online gaming, and learning new things, especially languages (currently German). I have written two papers for my University degree, which helped me immensely in learning how to write effectively. I am confident in my writing skills, and I can effectively pour my thoughts out in writing and express myself so that the reader relates to it and is intrigued by the content. I love to play with my pet cat, and she is a darling to me. The thing that I dislike the most is being distracted when you are in the zone. Currently, I am a content writer in a dynamic work environment at Shouzy, ready to improve readers' satisfaction and increase retention levels.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here