SMART 2012

 

Science, Mathematics And Research Training 2012
High School Science Education Outreach

Our program in 2011
Our program in 2010
Our program in 2009
Our program in 2008
  

For Educators
  SMART Proposal

For Students
Outreach supporting videos:
  US Secretary of Energy
  Light bulb comparison
  Standing waves
  Chladni Plate
  Metronome Syn.
  Planets and stars
  Solar car making

Science
  Calculate local magneitc field
  Calculate local gravity (in US)

Sponsors
  National Sciene Foundation
  University of Chicago
  Woodlawn High school
  Urban School Improvement
  Chicago MRSEC
  Chin's Research Group

Archive
  2011 Outreach Photos
  2010 Outreach Photos
  2009 Outreach Photos
  2008 Outreach Photos

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SMART 2012

Welcome to S.M.A.R.T.!
Who are we?
···We are a group of researchers and educators from the Department of Physics of the University of Chicago.

What are we doing here?
···We are setting up this website and share with you the secrets and excitement about science and mathematics research.

How do you explore the website?
···Try the links on the left. If you know any other interesting websites, please tell us. We will include more interesting websites.


2012 Summer S.M.A.R.T. Outreach program

  7/7: Observatory Tour (5720 S. Ellis Ave.)
        Organizer: Athena Frost
        Assistants: Dylan Banahene-Sabulsky and Kate Schreiber

  7/9: Activity on 3-D Printing (KPTC 213)
        Organizer: Justin Jureller
        Assistants: Chung Kuan Lin and Francisco Fonta

  7/10: Experiment: A bright idea (KPTC 213 and 210)
        Organizer: Van Bistrow
        Assistants:
Colin Parker, Skyler Degenkolb

  7/11: Lab tours and demonstrations (KPTC 213)
        Organizers: Eileen Sheu, Sid Nagerl, Greg Engel
        Assistants: Chin group members

        BBQ party (3 ~5 pm, KPTC 206)

 

                                      => Itinerary <=
 

!See our photos on the left!

 

Last Updated: Wednesday, July 2, 2012

Suggestions? Please email Cheng Chin <cchin@uchicago.edu> or Eileen Sheu <e-sheu@uchicago.edu>