January 19th, 2017 from 6-8pm. Kids welcome!
This event is specifically hosted by the Dean of the Graduate School of Education, Dan Schwartz. The event will involve around 25 science stations with various hands-on experiments. The tables with interactive science experiments will be manned by student volunteers from the Graduate School of Education. We will also have food from Tacoilicious, live music by DJ Beat Commander, nitrogen ice cream made by Smitten, popcorn, and cotton candy. We are hoping this event will be an opportunity for GSE students, families, staff, faculty, and the larger community to come together. The purpose of the Community Science Night @ GSE is to enjoy science and the joy of teaching and learning together. Everyone and anyone is welcome, but they must be given the link by a person involved with the GSE to RSVP for the event.