Science on Saturdays @Yale : How Cells Use Chemistry & Physics to Break the Bones that Power their Movement
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 10AM-12PM
STERLING CHEMISTRY LAB, 225 PROSPECT ST. NEW HAVEN
FREE & OPEN TO TO KIDS & ADULTS OF ALL AGES! BRING THE WHOLE FAMILY!
NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED.
|So, it’s time to buckle down? Come learn from Prof. Enrique De La Cruz the importance of holding the salt, so you can wiggle and break a little actin. Who says scientists don’t have moves? Science on Saturdays is a special lecture series designed for families that brings the excitement of research and the passion of scientists to the community. Each event involves a lecture by a Yale professor and tons of hands-on science demonstrations run by Yale students & faculty, including an inflatable planetarium show! This event will also feature a wind tunnel from Heliventures, a Sikorsky outreach group! Bring the whole family! Refreshments will be served. Free parking is available at the Sachem-Prospect Garage on Prospect Street.|
Science on Saturdays: How Cells Use Chemistry & Physics to Break the Bones that Power their Movement!
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 10AM-12PM
STERLING CHEM LAB, 225 PROSPECT ST
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. NO REGISTRATION REQUIRED. LET YOUR FRIENDS KNOW TOO!
DEMOS 10AM-11AM; LECTURE 11AM-12PM
So, it’s time to buckle down? Come learn from Prof. Enrique De La Cruz the importance of holding the salt, so you can wiggle and break a little actin. Who says scientists don’t have moves? Science on Saturdays is a special lecture series designed for families that brings the excitement of research and the passion of scientists to the community. Each event involves a lecture by a Yale professor and hands-on science demonstrations run by Yale College students, including an inflatable planetarium. This event will also feature a wind tunnel from Heliventures, a Sikorsky outreach group! Bring the whole family! Refreshments will be served. Free parking is available at the Sachem-Prospect Garage on Prospect Street.
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1PM-3PM
STERLING CHEM LAB, ROOM 110
225 PROSPECT ST
OPEN TO ANY HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT AND THEIR FAMILY MEMBERS. LET YOUR FRIENDS KNOW TOO!
|Writing a personal statement for college applications can be daunting for most students, so our mentors would like to help! After a short introductory presentation covering general tips for writing college essays, students and mentors will break into small group discussions about sample essays. Students who have begun writing their own essays are encouraged to submit their college essay drafts to us during online registration (or bring hard copies to the event). Students will have the opportunity to discuss their essay with a mentor. Registration is required at onhsa.yale.edu/essay2018.
Looking to learn how to code?
Higher Heights is offering a fun and interactive program that teaches children ages 12-15 the fundamentals of programming.
The course is taught by HHYEP’s Information Technology Instructor, Corrine Sterling. The seven-7 sessions will run from 11am to 1pm and will cover core concepts using a simple, web-based drag and drop activity interface. Learn about commands, logic, loops and even game design. Parents are asked to drop off their students by 10:45am and the camp will run from 11am – 1:0pm with a 20-minute snack break mid-way through the program.
Seating is limited to fifteen (15) students so apply today!
Each Student Will Receive:
-14 Hours of instruction
Visit https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScULM4w8XmbhgxUhgWMViqROZK2WmZrFATr80cBCS940Ak4yg/viewform to register!
SATURDAY NOVEMBER 3RD 12:30PM – 2:00PM
LOCATION: 211 PARK STREET, NEW HAVEN
(AFRO AMERICAN CULTURAL CENTER)
WHO CAN COME: STUDENTS IN GRADES 8 – 12
LUNCH WILL BE SERVED!
Want to find your voice and tell your story? Come join two of Yale’s powerhouse spoken word poetry groups for an afternoon of writing, rhymes, and rhythm. You will learn the art of spoken word, challenge your writing skills, and eat a delicious lunch with members of both groups!
More about TEETH and WORD: Yale’s TEETH and WORD slam poetry groups love writing, performing, and snapping whenever someone says something profound. They seek to produce meaningful and illuminating pieces and promote the appreciation of spoken word in the Yale and New Haven communities. They can’t wait to get to know you and share their pieces with you!
SUNDAY, OCT 28. STATIONS ARE OPENED FOR SELF-GUIDED TOURS 10AM-2PM.
17 HILLHOUSE AVENUE, ROOM 101
OPEN EXCLUSIVELY TO PATHWAYS MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS & THEIR FAMILIES.
NO NEED TO REGISTER. COME WHEN YOU CAN AND EXPLORE FOR AS LONG AS YOU LIKE!
Come one, come all! Pathways middle school students and their families are invited to discover the world of engineering at the second annual Engineering Explo! Ever wonder how many different types of engineering there are? Want to learn the differences between them? Join us to explore mechanical, electrical, biomedical, chemical, and environmental engineering in a fun, relaxed, fair-like environment. Students will receive “passports” to fill in as they and their families move through hands-on activity stations featuring motion sensing bracelets, the science of renewable fuel production, how engines work, space propulsion, LED greeting cards, air quality monitors, biomimicry, and more! Join us any time between 10am and 2pm. Stay for as long as you like! Questions? Please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.