The second Natural Sciences Seminar of this semester will be tomorrow, Tuesday 10/10 at 4:30pm in Room 410. Professor Spiros Dimitratos will be talking about “The development of novel methods to prevent the transmission of insect-borne diseases”. Should be interesting! We hope to see you there. Advertisements
Join us on Monday (4:15pm in Room 439) for 2 more student research talks! Come hear about their work and find out what it’s like to do one of these internships! Jered Vaichis will talk about his summer internship at USC where he worked on the development and testing of novel adhesives for fragile and… Continue reading Next Science Club Meeting – Mon 10/09
Every semester, the Science Club sells handmade cards and other items to help raise funds for scholarships that we award in the spring! There are 3 ways that you can help us out:
(1) Volunteer to staff our table
Sign up to volunteer at the link below. You don’t have to stay all day! Even an hour will help us out!
Saturday 10/07 9:00am-4:00pm
Sunday 10/08 10:00am-3:00pm
While you’re there, you can also check out the beautiful native and drought tolerant plants that Horticulture is selling.
(2) Purchase something
Stop by our sale and purchase some handmade items to help support Science Club. They make great gifts!
(3) Tell people!
Do you know someone that likes gardening? Tell them about the plant sale and while they’re there, have them check out our table!
Join us this Monday at 4:15pm in Room 439. We will screen the documentary, Between the Folds, while making cards to sell at our October fundraiser.
About the movie: “Origami may seem an unlikely medium for understanding and explaining the world. But around the globe, several fine artists and theoretical scientists are abandoning more conventional career paths to forge lives as modern-day paper folders. Through origami, these offbeat and provocative minds are reshaping ideas of creativity and revealing the relationship between art and science. “
Join Science Club as we take a trip to the Body Worlds anatomy exhibit at California Science Center in LA! Afterwards, we will also be able to check out Space Shuttle Endeavor in the same location. We’ll be leaving the Fullerton area in the morning to arrive in LA by 9:30am. Carpool may be arranged.
Register with the link below and you will be contacted about how to purchase a ticket. The last day to reserve a spot (or request a refund) is Friday, September 22.
About Body Worlds:
“This special exhibition presents real human bodies in sickness and health. Discover the human body’s vulnerabilities and potential, and many of the challenges the human body faces as it navigates the 21st century.
More than 200 plastinated specimens of real human bodies — including whole bodies, translucent slices, and organs – are curated and presented in galleries that feature the different systems of the body.”
Join the state’s largest annual volunteer event! California Coastal Cleanup Day takes place on Saturday, September 16 along more than 2,000 miles of coast and inland shoreline.
Science Club will be meeting at Bolsa Chica State Beach in Huntington Beach from 9am-12pm. Parking is free before 11am if you tell the attendant you are there for Coastal Cleanup. Register through their web page:
Please join us for the first Science Club meeting of the semester! Former Science Club President, Jason Yu, and former member, Maria Ramirez, will be talking about their research internship experiences this past summer. Come find out about their research, what it’s like to do a summer internship, and how you can apply for one.… Continue reading Science Club Meeting – Mon 09/11 at 4:15pm in Room 439