Department of Chemistry

  
SCience Day at USC

March 15th, 2003       8:30am-2pm

USC Campus, Seeley G. Mudd Building 1st Floor (USC map | Directions to USC | Science day flyer in acrobat format)

Goal:

A Free Event aimed towards presenting science in an exciting and accessible way to High School Students and their teachers.

 Objectives:

-          to experience “hands on” science

-          to explore cutting edge scientific discoveries

-          to discover the newest fields of science

-          to gain exposure to the college experience

Event Schedule:

8:30am-9am 

Orientation/Check-In

9:15am 

 Welcome to SCience Day at USC

9:30am-10am 

 Dr. Michael Quick, Associate Professor of Molecular Biology

10:00am-10:30am 

 Dr. Michael Quinlan, USC’s General Chemistry Lab Director

10:30am-11am 

 Dr. Gene Bickers, USC Physics Professor and Associate Chair

11:00am-1pm 

 Chemistry, Physics and Biology Demonstrations Open

12:00pm-1pm 

 Free Box Lunches

1:15pm-2pm 

 Student Panel Question/Answer Period, Closing Ceremony

FREE BOX LUNCH PROVIDED

CAMPUS PARKING PROVIDED

Further Information: http://chem.usc.edu/undergraduate/scienceday.html

Contact Information: Trojan Chemistry Club SCience Day Coordinators

                                                Philip Chou (213) 718-0881

                                                Kathryn Erickson (213) 364-5090

Please register for this free event by e-mailing chemclub@usc.edu. The e-mail registration deadline is March 10th, 2003 – After March 10th please contact one of the event coordinators to register.

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Brought to you by the Students of the USC Chemistry, Biology, Physics/Astronomy Departments, The Trojan Chemistry Club ACS Student Affiliate Chapter and Phi Sigma Honors Society

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