Well, it looks like the Jan. 29th event was a success! One of my favorite moments was, during Dr. Laubenbacher's talk, when the kids were watching a video of a white blood cell chasing down a bacteria and when the white blood cell ate the bacteria everyone started cheering! I'm a little disappointed that Officer Wooddell didn't let me use the blow horn at the Math Emporium; but I'll get over it!
The Feb. event is right around the corner! You'll start seeing updates about the KTU exhibitors participating in the hands-on afternoon activities on Feb. 26th on the blog. I won't email every single time there is an update...I don't want to gook up your inbox but just know updates are coming soon and often! Please share the updates with your children!
Also, we will have a "Hot Topics in Cool Science" workshop for Teachers. If any teachers are interested in signing up please go to the website for more details or email Dr. Kristy Collins at email@example.com .
"Hot Topics in Cool Science"Workshop instructors: Louise Huffman and Dr. Kathleen Jamison
February 25, 12:30-4:30pm & February 26, 9am-4:30pm
CEU credits offered- 1.1
Through the compelling story of ANDRILL's research in the extremes of Antractica, participants will be introduced to cutting-edge climate change science and "Antarctica's Climate Secrets" hands-on materials.Registration is open. VA 4-H will pay for the first 10 participants registered for the program. Registration cost is $30.