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Three Rivers Science Symposium

Octiber 19, 2012

Hosted by the departments of Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics in the School of Arts and Sciences

The Science of Discovery

Contemporary research techniques and theory. Group discussion and college-level laboratory experience. Relevant, cutting-edge topics. High school students throughout the region enjoy doing hands-on science at the Three Rivers Science Symposium. It's a day that will make a huge difference in sharpening your skills, not to mention introducing you to students at the university level - and you are invited to participate!

Spaces are limited.

This fall's symposium will enroll a limited number of highly qualified high school sophomore, junior and senior students.  Participation is limited so you can work in small groups with our university faculty. Contact our office today by calling 260-399-8067, or emailing cexner@sf.edu, with any questions.

Fall Symposium Topic

The Foundations of Computation

Director:  Dr. Jospeh Flenner

Where did the ideas for modern computers come from?  Read more:

Vaccinations, Outbreaks, Preventable Deaths

Director:  Dr. Amy Obringer

Participate in learning whether or not to vaccinate.  Read more:

Crime Lab:  Investigating the Evidence

Director:  Dr. Jean Elick

Perform forensic analysis.  Read more: