Attention Coordinators, Participants and Parents!!!
Scientists for Tomorrow community centers are getting ready to showcase their projects done throughout the Alternative Energy semester.
The community site that brings more parents, teachers and families to their showcase, will win a paid pizza party provided by Scientists for Tomorrow, for the following end of the year module party.
Competitors will need to submit a group picture of all the people that attended and a count of how many people participated in the event.
Celebrations are being held at the community centers in your area, who have the Scientists for Tomorrow after school program. Parents, teachers and families of the participants are invited!!!
Contact your site resource coordinator for more information!
On Saturday, December 14th , 2013 all sites affiliated with the Scientists for Tomorrow program are invited to participate in our Family Science Day at the Museum of Science and Industry. We are looking forward to meeting your community members, parents and children. It is a pleasure for us to be collaborating with the museum’s staff, who are working hard to prepare for our visit.
This year we will be participating in the Omnimax theater to watch the movie: “The Last Reef.” We will also be doing activities in the Junior Science Cafe, two different Make-and-takes, and see the presentation titled “Bangs, Flashes and Fire.”
If you would like to attend, inform the coordinator of the program at your center/s, if they will participate in the event.
Thank you very much for your participation throughout the Scientists for Tomorrow program. We look forward to this Family Science Day and know it will be an enjoyable and educational experience for all who attend.
Everyone is invited to the Junior Research Scientists Symposium and Final Fall 2013 Presentations, on December 5, 2013.
The Junior Research Scientists will be presenting their final projects at the Fergunson Theater, located at 600 S. Michigan at 6:00 p.m.
See what the teens in the Astronomy and Alternative Energy sessions have been learning throughout the fall semester. Teens working in the Astronomy session will be presenting their own findings of the universe. The teens in the Alternative Energy Technology session, will give a presentation of what they learned about the properties of matter and energy, as well as presenting their projects made, using photovoltaic cells technologies.