Learn about the equinox and S&T’s Stonehenge

Posted by
On September 18, 2023

Students learning about S&T's Stonehenge.

Students learning about S&T’s Stonehenge.

Did you know that twice a year all 8.1 billion humans on Earth experience the same event, an equinox? Did you know that on the S&T campus there is an accurate clock that will operate for centuries, and it has no batteries and does not require winding?

Dr. Richard Elgin, former faculty member of civil, architectural and environmental engineering, invites you to learn about the equinox and the construction of S&T’s Stonehenge during an information session and tour at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 20, in Room 211 of McNutt Hall.

Share this page

Posted by

On September 18, 2023. Posted in Announcements