Thank you for your Participation at Family Science Day MSI 2013

On behalf of the Scientists for Tomorrow Program, we would like to thank all the community members that participated at the Family Science Day at the Museum of Science and Industry December 14, 2013. Despite the harsh weather conditions, we had over 450 participants and families from your communities.

Also, make sure that those who participated, click on Family Science Day icon (on the left hand side of the homepage) and fill out the survey! The community center with the most surveys completed will win a scholarship for the next module. This competition will close this Saturday, December 21st at 11:59 PM Central Time.

I hope that you all had a wonderful time, and we hope to see even more families at the next Family Science Day at the Field Museum on Saturday, March 15th, 2014.

 

 

 

 

MSI 2013 Participant Surveys

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Thank you for participating at the Scientists for Tomorrow, “Family Science Day” at the Museum of Science and Industry.

You just unlocked the key for a chance to win a full paid winter module!!!

Please complete the following online survey. If you need help visit the Museum of Science and Industry website.
The community site with the most completed surveys will win a paid winter module.

Create your free online surveys with SurveyMonkey , the world’s leading questionnaire tool.

JRS Teen Showcase Event

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.

 

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