Science Exploration Day
April 28, 2011
8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Are you EXCITED about science or is it just a subject at school?
Have you ever wondered:
Why does google.maps show cities as square blocks?
Are dairy cows the cause of 'global warming'?
How safe is the water?
Come to Alabama A&M University and find out!
The School of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences at Alabama A&M University wants motivated high school JUNIORS and SENIORS to participate in the annual Science Exploration Day on April 28, 2011.
Schools that participated last year include:
Booker T. Washington High, (Tuskegee); Bullock County High, (Union Springs); Choctaw County High, (York); Dadeville High, (Dadeville); Demopolis High, (Demopolis); Francis Marion High, (Marion); Linden High, (Linden); Monroe County High, (Monroeville); Notasulga High, (Notasulga); Sparkman High, (Harvest); and Vincent High, (Vincent).
Did your school participate? Do you want to make sure that you are eligible to participate? Be sure to speak to your school councilor or science teacher.
IF your school did not come last year and you want to participate --- PLEASE CONTACT US!
Workshops this year will present topics such as: a biodiesel classroom on wheels; water pollution; fashion and apparel merchandising; taste, tell and win; money management; computers in agribusiness; and many other exciting topics.
Schedule of events:
Packet pick up will begin at 8:30 a.m (Dawson Extension Building auditorium)
Opening session 8:45 a.m.
Workshops begin @ 9:00 am.
The sessions end with lunch (Carver Complex Quad)
REGISTRATIONS CAN BE E-MAILED TO DR. KURT GARDNER (email@example.com)
THANK YOU AND GO BULLDOGS!
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