Maryland Regional KidWind Challenge

Adele H. Stamp Student Union, Grand Ballroom Lounge and the Atrium

The KidWind Challenge is a national hands-on wind turbine design competition that engages students in grades 4- 12 in clean energy education. This year, the University of Maryland College of Education will host the inaugural Maryland Regional KidWind Challenge where student teams will test the energy output of their turbines in a wind tunnels. They will present their wind turbine design and build process to a panel of judges, explore clean energy initiatives throughout the university campus, learn about clean energy initiatives from industry professionals, and participate in a hands-on instant design challenge. The top two scoring teams from each age division will qualify for the National KidWind Challenge.