Western UP elementary school science fair coming to Houghton
HOUGHTON – The Western Upper Peninsula Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education has scheduled the 18th Annual Western U.P. Science Fair and Engineering Festival starting at 4:30 p.m., Thursday, March 17, at Michigan Tech’s Memorial Union Building.
For more information on the Western U.P. Science Fair, visit wupcenter.mtu.edu.
Read more at the Mining Gazette, by Graham Jaehnig.
Hancock Elementary School emphasizes science with fifth-grade showcase
HANCOCK – Hancock’s Barkell Elementary School recently held its annual Fifth Grade Science Night, which every year showcases that grade’s major science project for the year.
Lake Linden-Hubbell Elementary School fifth-grader Jared Hester and Michigan Technological University student Jackson Maslowski have a light saber-esque fight with Van de Graaff generators at the Western Upper Peninsula Science Fair March 17.
Read more at the Mining Gazette, by Graham Jaehnig (subscription required).
Students take part in Western U.P Science Fair and Festival
HOUGHTON — They’re 240 students are showing off their scientific abilities at Michigan Tech Thursday night, but they’re not Tech students.
Read more and watch the video at Upper Michigan’s Soruce, by Aleah Hordges.
March 17th- Western UP Science Fair
On Saint Patrick’s Day 2016, several members had the opportunity to spend time with elementary and middle school students at the Western UP Science Fair held at Michigan Tech. AEE members helped the students learn and understand alternative methods to lighting LEDs, other than using electricity from an outlet. Members were able to utilize several different experiments to illustrate the phenomena.
Read more and view the gallery at Alternative Energy Enterprise, by Jacob Nowicki.
Students Showcase Their Science Knowledge At Western U.P. Science Fair
Director for the Western U.P. Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education Shawn Oppliger says the projects show what these students are capable of.
Read more and listen to audio interviews at the Keweenaw Report.
Young U.P. minds develop science marvels of the future
Director for the Western U.P. Center for Science, Mathematics and Environmental Education Shawn Oppliger said, “The projects really come from the kids because they’re interviewed by judges and that really helps us know what projects are done by the kids and what projects might be done by parents, and so they know they’re going to be interviewed, so they have to know a lot about their project and they have to conduct the project.”
Read more and watch the video at ABC 10 UP News, by Rick Allen.