Attention Local Science Teachers!

Washburn University, in Coordination with Sunflower Association for Women in Science (Topeka Chapter) and NOAA's  National Weather Service in Topeka present...

Women In Science Day 2008

An opportunity for young women to experience a day of career possibilities in the sciences 

Thursday  October 2nd, 2008

Sponsored by Washburn University, NOAA's National Weather Service in Topeka, The Sunflower Association for Women in Science, The Topeka Zonta Club, and the Georgia Neese Gray Committee  

 

This event is FREE (and includes free lunch!)
Sign up soon, space is limited to the first 200 female 7th and 8th grade students to register!

For more information about signing up your class, contact Jennifer Stark at the National Weather Service in Topeka

 

Some Lab themes Will Include....
  • What's in That Dirty Mouth?
  • Slide, Flip, and Turn!  Tessellating the Plane
  • Don't Burst Your Bubble
  • How Buildings get Built
  • Volcanoes!
  • Is This Magic? Or Is This Chemistry?
...and More!
Tshirt clip art Plus...A t-shirt will be given to each girl who attends!

-- Schedule of Events --

8:15-8:30 Registration
8:35 Opening Remarks
9 am Keynote Speaker
10 - 11 am Morning Lab
11-11:45am Lunch - with the Lab instructors and time to network with other girls!
12 - 1 pm Afternoon Lab
1:05-1:25 pm A special event you won't want to miss! Sponsored by Sunflower AWIS
1:30pm Closing Remarks
 

 

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Washburn University
Link to Zonta International

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