ALAMOSA (October 23) – The Adams State University Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Saturdays registration is still available for the November 8 and November 22 programs. These free interactive sessions are open to the public and will stimulate the imagination and curiosity of students. Topics range across the spectrum, including biology, robotics, earth science, chemistry, computer science and mathematics. All sessions are designed with specific grade-level, developmentally appropriate lessons in mind. Sessions are scheduled from 9 a.m. until noon. Reservations are required as enrollment is limited.
November 8 – “Investigations in Natural Selection and Adaptation,” Dr. Kristy Duran, assistant professor of biology, and SACNAS, grades 7-8; enrollment cap is 14.
November 22 – “My Atom Just Fell Apart: Observing Radioactive Decay,” Dr. Chris Adam, assistant professor of chemistry, grades 7-8; enrollment cap is 12. Registration is required. Once registered, participants will receive the location of session and any other pertinent information. Only parent/guardian authorized registrations will be accepted. Session registrations are limited to 2 sessions per student. No cost to participants.
For more information or a reservation form, contact Cindy Bervig, STEM outreach coordinator, at 719-587-7586 or email@example.com. Registration forms are also available at adams.edu/stem.
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