TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - Sparking creativity. That's what Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology did Saturday.
They hosted the sixth annual Rose-Bud engineering design competition.
It's for college and high school students interested in engineering.
The main goal of the event is to get women and under-represented minorities involved in engineering.
The competition also allows students to network and learn about professional development.
Today students designed interactive games.
Their work was judged, and winners were awarded big prizes.
"It's to get them doing science, get them doing technology, and engineering and math and learning, and seeing where it could take them to. That's really what this is about today," said Carlotta Berry, Rose-Hulman associate professor of electrical and computer engineering.
The competition is completely designed and ran by Rose-Hulman students.