Science/engineering events for youth and families: Fall 2009 October 26, 2009Posted by Science Club for Girls in Events.
November 8: Women Take Flight. New England Air Museum, Springfield, MA.
Join an exceptional group of women in aviation and aerospace engineering at this event. Many of them are the first women in their fields. Program and group pre-registration form are available here.
November 13: Young Women in Engineering Workshop. MITRE Campus, Bedford, MA.
Day-long session including science and engineering demonstrations, presentations, and a social networking Q&A session with real working female engineers.
November 27: Friday After Thanksgiving (F.A.T.) Chain Reaction. MIT Museum/ Rockwell Cage Gymnasium, Cambridge, MA.
Be a participant or spectator at this family event where you can create a contraption that will be part of a giant Rube Goldberg machine! Details
P.S. Don’t let the cost deter you. Talk to a museum staff.
Dec 5. Cold Science . MIT/Lincoln Labs: Science on Saturday. Lexington, MA.
What happens to various objects when they get very cold? Come see a liquid nitrogen cannon, watch frozen pennies shatter. Online registration begins in November.
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And for those who are offering programs, don’t forget to first register your organization and then list each of your programs through the National STEM Directory. It’s due to roll out this month!