LADS (Learning and Doing Science) is a program created to extend boys' science education beyond the classroom and develop their appreciation for the pursuit of scientific discovery. Experimenting alongside the students and scientists of Kenyon College, the lads of LADS will watch invisible particles, find the hidden destructive power of gummy bears, and much more! We will learn material that is fun, exciting and totally new.
Available to all middle school boys (grades 6-8). The program begins at 9:00 a.m. and goes until 1:30 p.m. Registration is free, and lunch will be provided. For up to date announcements, Like us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/learninganddoingscience
This Saturday will be an explosive end for your week. We will build and launch rockets and make telescopes to watch the stars. Come learn about astronomy and astrophysics – it’ll be out of this world!
Registration for the October 3 session is now closed. Registration for the February 6 session will open soon.
What do an ice skater, the space station and a centrifuge have in common? Why are light bulbs the shape they are? And why is bungee jumping safer than it appears? We will discover the answers to these questions and more by exploring the world of physics all around us.
Our program is scheduled to begin at 9:00 a.m. and will last until 1:30 p.m. (with lunch provided). Check in will take place in the lobby of Hayes Hall (201 N. College Rd) which is in the Science Quad of Kenyon College. You may wish to arrive a few minutes early to avoid the registration line, and participants can be picked up promptly at 1:30 pm in the same location.
For directions getting to the campus, please visit the web page noted below:
When you arrive at the college, watch for signs directing you to our event. Our street address is 201 North College Road. Once you turn onto North College Road, you will immediately come to a fork in the road. Please take the lower road leading to the Science Quad all the way to the end. The drop-off location for our participants will be in Hayes Hall, which is the first building on the left.
For those of you who will be coming from outside the Gambier/Mount Vernon area, there are a number of shops and restaurants you may want to check out while you are waiting for the program to end. Below are some links that will direct you to local restaurants and things to do:
http://www.visitknoxohio.org/ (Click on "Places to Eat" at the top)
For additional information or if you plan to register a large group, please contact Connie Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or 740-427-5069.