LSC-Kingwood Reverse Science Fair
Many students are overwhelmed by STEM classes. As a result, they do not pursue degrees or careers in industries which require strong STEM backgrounds. To help address this growing problem, Lone Star College-Kingwood's Society of Math and Engineering (SME) and Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society (PTK) have partnered to host the Reverse Science Fair (RSF). This is a free annual event at LSC-Kingwood designed to improve the preconception of science among student’s grades four-seven. At the science fair, professors, instead of students, will make presentations to engage student participants in captivating hands-on science activities. Join SME and PTK to ignite the minds of children today, so that they can be the innovators of tomorrow.
Please send students with a labeled sack lunch. A light breakfast will be included at the beginning of the event, and STEM door prizes raffled off during lunch.
- Fill out the registration form - registration is free!
Date, Time & Location
- April 16, 2016 (Saturday)
- 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM
- CLA 114
- Open to local students in grades four-seven.
- Fill out the registration form (REGISTRATION IS FREE).
Note: We have a max capacity of 75 students. Students who register after reaching the max capacity will be placed in a waiting list.
Presenters & Subjects
- Dr. Jamie Turner-Engineering
- Dr. Brian Shmaefsky-Biology
- Dr. Kenneth Abayan-Chemistry
For more information contact: Natalie Nobile firstname.lastname@example.org.